The Waypoint Way

We help put all the puzzle pieces together

Waypoint’s value to their clients is Waypoint's solutions. Waypoint has done the hard work of identifying the challenges facing IT, selecting the most appropriate products, and integrating them together in a proven methodology. Waypoint's certified engineering staff takes their knowledge and experience and ensure Waypoint's solutions fit within the clients environment and compliments the clients organizational goals. Since Waypoint focuses on a finite number of options, Waypoint can bring a deeper familiarity and expertise to deliver a finished working solution. This frees the client to tackle the next challenge. Finally, Waypoint provides a proactive level of knowledge transfer so the client not only knows how something was installed or configured, but more importantly, why. Let Waypoint become your provider of choice and take the guesswork out of IT.


Compute is the fundamental building block in your core infrastructure creating the intellectual property your employees and clients consume. Through digital transformation a software defined solution allows IT to approach the utopia of a data center that will self monitor and self heal. Components include Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI) , Converged Infrastructure,  Servers and Blades, Virtual Servers and Desktops, and Cloud Platforms.


Storage is the primary container for all data and the mechanism to build highly redundant and highly available solutions. Your digital transformation begins with implementing a modern storage strategy to include: Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI), Software Defined Storage (SDS), Storage Area Networks (SAN), and Cloud Storage.


Networking focuses on connectivity between all people and things across your organization. The goal of network connectivity is to get data and applications to the right person, in the right form, at the right time in a secure and efficient fashion.  Networking components include: Software Defined Networking (SDN), Virtual Networks, Micro-segmentation, Routing and Switching, Secure Remote Access Next Generation Firewalls, Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN), Virtual Private Networks (VPN), and Network Monitoring and Management.


Protection must be a fundamental tenant across all aspects of your IT infrastructure. Any place data resides or transverses requires a level of protection. Data loss, data corruption, theft, or intentional harm to your data are all areas to consider when developing a protection plan.  Protecting should entail the following:  Backup/Recovery, High Availability and Disaster Recovery, Monitoring and Alerting, Next Generation Firewall, Intrusion Protection, Web Filtering, Anti-malware, Encryption, Identity Management, Penetration Testing, Security Monitoring, End User Awareness, and Security Operation Center as a Service (SOCaaS).