Analyze. Detect. Secure.
Find Out What Is Already in Your System and Prevent Future Attacks.
Network & Data Security Company Phoenix AZ
Who We Are
SMS AZ is your single point of technology contact for management consolidation.
In conjunction with Check Point Software Technologies, we enable small and medium-sized businesses to be proactive about protecting our customer’s most important assets, which in turn is their customer data. We offer cost effective security solutions that are easy to use, affordable and optimized for the unique demands of small businesses.
We are extremely forward-thinking and will always offer the latest in technology. We are truly committed to customer success and maintaining strong, lasting relationships with our clients and partners.
Your Network Has Been Breached. Find Out What Is There Now.
Analyze & Detect
Reporting & Consultation
Implement & Manage
Insure & Protect
What Our Clients Say
Chris | Phoenix, AZ | Server Colocation, Virtual Servers
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John | Phoenix, AZ | Virtual Dedicated Server
You Can Rely on Us.
See what your current situation is and how you need to move forward from there.
We will explain the best options available based on your current situation.
We will implement the solutions we mutually determine best suit your needs.
Analytics and ongoing support to ensure your business is ultimately secure.
CyberSecurity and You
In 2016* 44% of all cyber attacks were leveraged against small businesses, a 26% increase since 2014. Why such a dramatic rise? The most common response from businesses who suffered a cyber attack was that they didn’t allocate enough, or any, budget towards cyber security or risk mitigation.
SMS specializes in a number of managed hosting services in order support your business needs including cloud hosting, website hosting, Exchange (email hosting), and dedicated and virtual servers.
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