System Software

IBM’s comprehensive Systems Software solutions help to centralize, streamline and automate your physical and virtual infrastructure, allowing you to optimize workloads and increase your ability to deliver IT services that align with business goals. Our systems software products include:



Microsoft is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. Clear Technologies employs Microsoft certified technicians to implement and support a wide variety of Microsoft operating systems and applications to enable your business.

  • Windows Server
  • Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
  • Small Business Server Exchange Server
  • SQL Server
  • BlackBerry Server
  • Terminal Server
  • Microsoft Office
  • Windows Patch Management

Businesses today need to maximize the return on investment in information technology. Their IT infrastructure should have the flexibility to quickly adjust to changing business computing requirements and scale to handle ever expanding workloads—without adding complexity. But just providing flexibility and performance isn’t enough; the IT infrastructure also needs to provide rock-solid security and near-continuous availability and while managing energy and cooling costs.


Companies rely on an efficient IT infrastructure to support business-critical applications. They need to know that their systems and business processes are deployed to meet the highest service levels defined by their business units plus can be adapted to handle every new business opportunity. IBM i (formerly known as i5/OS®) running on an IBM Power Systems™ server offers a highly scalable and virus resistant architecture with a proven reputation for exceptional business resiliency. Running applications based on i has helped companies over many years to focus on innovation and delivering new value to their business, not just on managing their data center operations.

IBM Linux in Power

Featuring Power technology in dense, rack-optimized form factors, these servers run industry standard Red Hat, SUSE and Ubuntu Linux distributions, and are priced to provide more scalable alternatives to commodity x86 scale-out options. Now built to support PowerKVM, the open virtualization choice for Power scale-out Linux servers.