You focus on growing your business.We’ll focus on keeping it running.
AIS is an Indianapolis-based IT Consulting, Strategy & Security company. We begin our relationships with a comprehensive and in-depth assessment of your IT landscape. We analyze your pain points, identify organizational issues and offer innovative solutions. We then optimize your IT infrastructure—streamlining processes, implementing best practices, managing compliance, mitigating risks and maintaining systems. AIS helps you align your technology with your business goals.
We proudly offer big company solutions and support to countless small businesses across Indiana
AIS provides the services of Virtual Chief Information Officers to improve your business’s IT operations and assist with executing IT strategies.
Managed security allows us to offer constant monitoring and protection of your network. Know your business is protected 24/7, 365 days a year.
Managed Detection and Response, Compliance and Governance, Virtual CISO, Emergency Incident Response, Business Continuity and more.
Hiring highly qualified IT candidates isn’t easy. We can connect you with the top tech talent to meet your staffing needs.
Is your technology aligned with your needs? Are you in need of support? AIS offers a comprehensive IT assessment and consultation. We evaluate your entire IT environment—network, servers, devices, access points—to identify any issues. We provide you with an in-depth report and offer innovative solutions and recommended practices to alleviate these problems and optimize your IT.
We have found AIS to be a dependable partner that fully understands what our needs & challenges are today and where we need to go in the future. Their facilitation of network upgrades and backup systems has made our infrastructure more reliable and as a result, our people are more productive.Steve F. Boston, MA
AIS truly has the customers best interest in mind when it comes to the functionality of their computer systems, and make timely recommendations for improving the overall health of the computer network.Jim P. Indianapolis, IN