Johnson Rice & Company, L.L.C.
Bellwether is an important contributor to Johnson Rice's business continuity plan.
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Our activenet managed services range from basic plans that supplement an existing IT support structure to comprehensive plans that cover all aspects of IT management. There is no better way to manage IT.
Hosted Desktop is a turnkey complete IT solution accessible from anywhere where there is an internet connection. No more hardware; no more stress; just efficient IT for an easy-to-budget, fixed, monthly fee.
Affordable, expert assistance is ready and waiting. A quick phone call connects you to a qualified support engineer who can solve problems remotely or dispatch someone to come on site.
Shunning the one-size-fits-all approach, we are experts in a wide range of disaster recovery methods and can tailor a solution to meet your objectives and budget.
The days of owning and maintainging your own servers will end. Today, we can host individual IT systems, such as Exchange or SharePoint, or we can migrate your entire network to our data center.
Our enterprise clients consist of banks, hospitals, major law firms, and government entities, but our enterprise solutions are available to everyone.
Here at Bellwether we feel our small office users deserve the same level of protection, tools, and services that our larger business customers enjoy, tailored for a SOHO environment.
In the New Orleans CBD, our managed Internet service is a unique combination of reliability, throughput, and affordability. You really can have it good, fast, and cheap.
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