We transform IT departments

Close the server room, clear the ticket backlog, get on top of monitoring, back up everything and get back to enjoying your workday.

Azure, AWS, Jira, Zendesk, Slack, email archiving, virtual firewall – we’ll get your team up to speed and provide it with modern tools to deliver great IT.

Virtual infrastructure

Do your still have servers on-premises? There are advantages and disadvanteges to moving your IT-operations to the cloud. We can give you a thorough assessment of the consequences.
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Monitoring, security and operational preparedness

Break-downs can never be completely prevented, but most scenarios can be planned for. We can analyze your operational setup and advise on how to best prevent and prepare for different scenarios.
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Backup and business continuity

We can analyze and provide you with an overview of the current backup state of your email, database and file servers. We advise on current technologies, mandatory archiving and automated tests.
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Break-downs happen

While break-downs can never be completely prevented, the most probable scenarios can be planned for. We can analyse your operational setup and advise on prevention and contingency plans. This is what we call an operations analysis.

What about the break-downs that cannot be prevented? If you enter into a service agreement with us, you can ask our operations center to take over tasks like on-call duty during non-business hours, monitoring and backup. We’ll keep your IT running.

Operations Analysis

Our consultantants can analyze your operational setup, your backup, security and monitoring situation and your preparedness. We provide concrete and practical recomendations and can help you implement these at fixed prices.

Service Agreement

In a time with massive changes in IT operations and increasing demands for stability, performance and security, it is a challenge for most to keep on top of servers, services, tickets, contingency plans, monitoring and backup. We can lend a helping hand.

The changing landscape of IT

Information technology is the most important competive factor of you business, and it is changing. Services are moving to the cloud, and users are used to excellent services from global vendors. They expect IT operations to deliver comparable levels of stability, performance and ease-of-use, and more importantly – they expect their data to be secure and safe.

IaaS, Internet of Things, Software as a Service, BYOD – keeping track your your organization’s data is getting increasingly complicated. We understand it if your team could use a helping hand, and we think they deserve it. As part of an operations analyses, we can analyze your current data-flow and benchmark your storage situation, and provide you with well-founded suggestions for improvements.

Is all your data secure and safe?

An operations analysis typically includes a mapping of your current data landscape. We analyze your data-flow and your storage situation and also provide an overview of your current backup situation, including email, database and file server backups. We advise on available techologi, mandatory archiving and automated tests. We can help you with your entire data-situation or selected parts.

Our background

For a decade Origo has been in charge of operating the server and storage infrastructure of one of the largest organizations in Denmark. This has given us hands-on experience with all ascpects of enterpris IT operations. We are used to the responsibilities associated with this, and we know how to run and support IT installations with tens of thousands of users, all in the context of ITIL, GDPR and ISAE 3402.

Our team

On our team you find experienced and seasoned project managers who can structure and see projects through to the end.
We also employ site reliability engineers and student workers, who assist with practical tasks.
We pride ourselves of always applying an analytical approach to operational issues, preferring actual measurements and analytics to the more common trial-and-error approach in IT-operations.