IT Support Detroit

Swift and reliable technology solutions that meet your Detroit business’s needs without the wait

Experience the relief of knowing your IT infrastructure is in capable hands

At Liberty Center One, we understand Detroit businesses’ frustration with setbacks caused by technology hiccups. From sudden system glitches to downtime that stall productivity, these IT obstacles can hinder your business growth. You need IT support in Detroit that’s at your beck and call, ready to tackle any issues that arise. Our expert team is dedicated to providing tailored IT support solutions designed to seamlessly align with your needs. Partner with us so you can confidently steer your business forward.

Why choose Liberty Center One as the IT support provider for your Detroit business?

Liberty Center One has been providing professional and reliable IT support in the Detroit area for over 16 years.

Years of expertise delivering high-availability environments, colocation, cloud services, and various tech solutions to businesses in need of IT support in Detroit

Consistent and efficient IT support whenever your business needs it

Customized IT support solutions designed and executed based on the specific needs of your business

Guaranteed 100% satisfaction and support from our team of qualified technology experts providing top-notch IT support in Detroit

We treat your technology like it’s our own

We pride ourselves on our superior customer service, experienced and dependable staff, and effective solutions that are targeted specifically to your needs.

Services offered

  • Public Cloud
  • Private Cloud
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Desktops-as-a-Service — Citrix or RDS
  • Managed Backups
  • Veeam Cloud Connect
  • Endpoint Security
  • Network Connectivity
  • Software-Defined Networking
  • Colocation — private cabinets (10u, 20u, 42u) and cages


CloudSurge Infrastructure Management Portal

  • Self-service network creation and management
  • Deploy server and storage resources on demand in any region


  • Dell M640 blades in high-availability cluster
  • 2nd generation Xeon scalable processors

Performance Storage

  • Pure X Series All Flash
  • 100% NVMe over 32g Fiber Channel
  • 1.2 million iOPs

Capacity Storage

  • Pure C Services All Flash
  • 150,000 iOPs

Data Center


  • 670,000 sq. ft data center; 400,000 sq. ft raised floor
  • Fujita F2 wind rating
  • On-site security guards 24/7 and rigid access control
  • Video surveillance and interior/exterior recording
  • FM200 or FE-25 clean gas fire suppression


  • 60 MW of critical power capacity
  • 750 kVA Mitsubishi UPS systems
  • Scalable 2.5 MW Cummins dedicated generators
  • 5,000-gallon belly tank per generator


  • Hybrid cooling systems — unique indirect evaporative with redundant DX
  • Indirect evaporative cooling units provide best-in-class efficiency


  • Carrier-neutral as well as dark-fiber connectivity option
  • Multi-homed bandwidth with multiple Tier-1 carrier upstream providers
  • Interconnection to multiple data centers

Frequently Asked Questions

Simply put, the cloud is just someone else’s computer. Cloud providers “rent” space on their computing and storage infrastructure and bundle it with networking, security, and licensing services.

One Cloud Services provides a full suite of cloud services including public cloud, private cloud, data protection and storage, disaster recovery, and remote desktops as a service.

Cloud computing services allow companies to forego expensive hardware purchases, maintenance, and support for the computing resources needed to support their business. They also gain more robust automation, cybersecurity tools, and network support, as cloud providers have the scale to provide more resources. Businesses can also contract for a “utility billing” plan from a cloud provider that only charges for the resources as used, avoiding fixed costs that include unspent capacity.

By offering a range of secure, customizable computing resources and solutions along with ongoing, proactive maintenance, cloud computing service providers remove the need for organizations to purchase and maintain hardware and to invest in data center expenses. Cloud computing also lets users focus on growth-generating tasks without worrying about the performance of their IT infrastructure.

A public cloud delivers computing resources (servers, operating systems, software, data storage, etc.) to multiple businesses over the internet; they share the same physical server, but each virtual network is isolated. A private cloud does the same, but the hardware and software are dedicated to a single organization.

This is a third-party cloud service provider who owns, hosts, and manages the computing resources (servers, storage, etc.) and delivers them to multiple businesses, which keeps costs low, as these resources are “shared.” This allows businesses to get hassle-free cloud services that boost efficiency while cutting costs.

It’s a type of cloud architecture whose resources and services are built for and dedicated solely to a single organization.

Authorized users can access a company’s private cloud systems by logging in to the company’s private network on a web-based interface from any internet-connected device.

It allows employees to access computer programs and files over the internet, rather than using a computer’s hard drive. These resources exist on hardware that is stored either on site at the business or hosted by a third party at an off-site data center.

Increase uptime and lower technology costs with professional IT solutions for your Detroit business

Contact Liberty Center One now for colocation, cloud services, and data recovery solutions

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