Red Level’s Kyle Hildebrand is Unstoppable!

Our very own Kyle Hildebrand was recently promoted to Network Administrator from his previous role as a Senior Helpdesk Specialist to meet our clients growing needs.  He's unstoppable as he also won the Red Level 2017 Professionalism Award where he demonstrates enthusiasm, openness, diversity, teamwork, accountability, and a sense of purpose for the company. Kyle received high praise for his Office 365 migration project including OneDrive and Skype for Business training with a prominent automotive and aerospace organization. Some of his expertise includes: Support relating to complex technical issues involving Microsoft’s core business applications, especially Office 365 and directory synchronization Support for backup systems/disaster recovery solutions Support of peripheral devices/technology such as printers, copiers, scan-to-email/folder Mobile device support for various platforms [...]

RED LEVEL EXPANDS STAFF TO MEET NEW CLIENT NEEDS, GROWING CLIENT ROSTER

[NOVI, MI] [SEPTEMBER 23, 2016] – Red Level, the Novi-based technology consultancy, has announced the addition of two key new positions, and two associated new hires, in response to continuing expansion of its business. Marco D’Aristotile will be joining the firm in the role of Help Desk Manager, and Quade Finnigan has signed on as a Senior consultant. The additions come in the wake of strong growth across all of Red Level’s lines of business, particularly in Managed Services and Cloud Technology Solutions, which D’Aristotile and Finnigan will play key roles in supporting. The company has recently added several significant new clients, including National Coney Island, Ellis Porter, and the National Franchise of Goldfish Swim Schools. Prior to joining Red [...]

We’re Microsoft’s Heartland Cloud Partner of the Year

Excuse me if I seem a little bit proud at the moment. I am. Red Level has been named as Microsoft USB Champions Club Heartland Cloud Partner of the Year for 2016. Not for the first time, or the second, but for the third year running. In 2014, Red Level was named Partner of the Year and for the past two consecutive years, Cloud Partner of the Year. A true “hat trick”. What does that mean, you ask? Well, if you’re not in our line of work, that title might not mean a lot to you, but from where we stand it means a lot. In essence, it means that our company has been selected for outstanding performance when it [...]

Hardware As A Service: Introducing the Continuously-Improving Infrastructure

In business, it’s pretty well understood that there’s no such thing as standing still: If you’re not moving ahead, you’re being left behind. More and more, companies pursue “continuous improvement” not just as a vague goal, but as a continuous daily practice. Businesses understand that they have to constantly ramp up efficiency, quality, effectiveness and speed if they’re going to do well in our fast moving, fast changing society. Continuous improvement goals run into big problems, though, when outdated technology is holding you back. It costs a lot, though, to stay on the cutting edge: Hardware upgrades are a major capital expense, and one that it is often all too easy to stall indefinitely when budgets are a concern – [...]

Red Level Receives CORP! Magazine “Michigan’s Economic Bright Spots” Honors

Corp! Magazine, the Warren-based regional business magazine, has recognized Red Level as one of its “Michigan Economic Bright Spots.” The award is bestowed on area businesses whose growth, profitability, and increasing employee head counts mark them as standouts in their fields and sound contributors to their communities. The “Economic Bright Spot” honor is bestowed on companies of all sizes in virtually all industries, ranging from small family firms to Fortune 500 enterprises. As one of a select few companies chosen by an independent panel of judges from hundreds of nominations, Red Level earns a distinction shared by only a handful of Michigan technology firms. The distinction is a notable one in the eyes of Red Level CEO David King. “We [...]