Since it’s inception ion in 2001, one of IV Integration’s core services has been to provide comprehensive IT support serving clients throughout Gauteng. Providing expert technology support and infrastructure installation services , our intention has always been and always will be to take care of all your IT needs – leaving you free to focus on your business.

As an IT services company dedicated to helping small to medium sized businesses, we understand how important it is to nurture long-term relationships. Along with providing you with IT network support that’s specially suited for your business as a whole, we put your needs as a customer at the center of our focus. We continuously strive to bring you a level of personalized IT consulting that you really won’t find anywhere else.

Virtually all business functionality today relies on a solid networked infrastructure, and the cabling and backend of any organization is of paramount importance.  We strive to ensure that all work undertaken by us, is completed in time and on budget, with a strong emphasis on after sales service and support.

Our technicians are available to advise and recommend a solution based on your unique requirements to ensure you have an IT system that serves your needs with minimal downtime and maximum efficiency.

Why do you need CCTV

60% of businesses in Ireland are affected by crime each year, and this costs over €10m, with a staggering 10% of business lost as a consequence of crime.
CCTV is a very powerful tool in the fight against crime. Not only does CCTV provide a fantastic visual deterrent – footage can be used to provide evidence against anti-social behaviour, theft, vandalism and burglary – saving you thousands in the long run.

  • CCTV helps to deter thieves
  • View remote locations, including multiple locations at once
  • Free Pro Surveillance software for remote viewing available for PC and Mac
  • Remote viewing apps available for iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows Phone
  • Safely monitor premises from a remote location
  • Provide CCTV evidence to the Gardaí to secure a prosecution