Red Level Networks offers a full line of Managed Services to fit your budget and your IT needs.
Managed anti-virus and patch updates, level two and level three support, standard system builds and 24/7 emergency services are a few of the benefits provided from our Michigan-based service team.
Our most satisfied clients are also RedCARE+ customers.
Red Level's high availabilty solutions including server virtualization, core switching updates and disaster recovery planning all augmented with a variety of cloud alternatives including Red Level's own Mi-CLOUD provides a complete IT suite for our clients.
Our goal is to deliver the highest quality customer experience and professional expertise to clients by leveraging Cloud Solutions to save money and improve their business systems.
Red Level Networks is a full service IT Infrastructure company that designs, implements and supports Onsite and Cloud Solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. Red Level Networks is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in the specialty of Midmarket Solutions. If your IT infrastructure needs a refresh, contact us to learn what a professionally designed and managed infrastructure using current best of breed technologies can do for your business. Read more about What Red Level Offers
Our Clients love our work, and so will you.
Red Level Networks has been our IT infrastructure partner for the past three years, designing and implementing our business continuity and disaster recovery strategies while supporting our existing infrastructure. The account management and engineering we've received has been top notch. As we've expanded our geographic footprint, we've needed advanced web and cloud based systems integration to help drive our business. Red Level Networks has advised us the entire way and managed a smooth transition to Microsoft Office 365 . Now we're looking forward to moving our remaining mission critical applications to their MI-Cloud hosted services to give us the resources we need to meet our clients and partners needs."
James Gregor, Vice President
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