Over the last 40 years Microset Systems has gained expertise in a number of different technologies including infrastructure computing, computer telephony integration, enterprise messaging, security and hosted cloud services.
The 1970s: The new age of computing technology allowed medium and enterprise sized businesses the ability to optimize their business operations with advanced computer technology. Microset Systems provided services ranging from hardware setup and configuration, training all the way to custom coding of printer drivers for new peripherals.
The 1980s: With computing technology starting to rapidly evolve, Microset kept pace with the changing market place by becoming one of the first Compaq reseller’s in Canada and a key Okidata printer sales and service facility.
The 1990s: A continued strong partnership with Compaq (and later HP) brought Microset into supporting desktop computers and the corresponding applications from Novell and Microsoft. The mid 90’s also began the era of merging data communications and telephony with Microset becoming a dial-up Internet Service Provider, offering voice mail-to-email conversion services as well as network based fax messaging with Optus Software’s FACSys Fax Messaging Gateway.
The 2000s: The decade of fax messaging, perimeter and device level security. Microset became a leading industry expert in complex enterprise fax solutions, eventually acquiring FACSys from Optus Software and focusing on a specialized fax-enablement of SAP. Combined with a close partnership with SafeBoot (Now Intel Security) brought Microset into the realm of selling and supporting business line software applications as well as advanced encryption technologies.
2010s: In early 2011, some assets of Microset Systems were acquired by Solgenia S.P.A. Solgenia continues to sell and support FACSys along with data center and supply chain management solutions.
2015: Microset Systems returns under new ownership specializing in hosted private and hybrid cloud services with a core focus on cloud-hosted desktop computing delivered as a service.