Why MicroAge


Why work with us?

MicroAge Chatham is a locally owned business entrenched in our community. Our sister companies, MC Business Solutions, Express Copies and Printing and Standard Leasing, create the synergy needed to offer a full suite of services to our clients. We invite you to stop by and see all of these services under one roof.

The Problems We Solve

Exchange Server and Server Virtualization

Along with managing your business File Server, MicroAge Chatham also specializes in server virtualization, Exchange Server and remote desktop services.

Digital Video Surveillance

Video surveillance has become part of the IP network. MicroAge can setup a video system that uses your network capabilities to store and share your surveillance information.

Whatchguard Firewalls

MicroAge Chatham partners with Watchguard to offer Professional-status recognized solutions to our business clients. We have the full suite of products and expertise available including the new secure wireless offerings from Watchguard.

High Speed Wireless Internet with Xplornet

MicroAge is a Dealer for Xplornet. We sell, install and service LTE High-Speed Wireless Internet connections in Southwestern Ontario. Up to 25Mbps is delivered over wireless connectivity to the Xplornet network.

What Clients are saying about Wireless Bridging

“While we were planning our move to our current location just off the 401, we found that Bell could not provide high speed services to that locale.  The wireless solution provided by MicroAge has fulfilled all promises.  It is a much faster connection at a price substantially lower than a comparable frame relay or fiber connection.” – Greg Sparling, VP of Operations – RM Auctions


“I am happy with the ease of the software setup and the reliability of the connection.” – Justin Geertsma, Greenhill Produce


Greenhill Produce uses MicroAge’s wireless Ethernet Bridging to view greenhouse controls from the house.  A long distance link connects to a second greenhouse across the river, bringing both control systems together.


“The DSL service was just too slow for us.  The uplink speed would not support the numerous remote users and there was not enough bandwidth.  We absolutely recommend this service to others.” – Alex Elliott, AGRIS Co-Operative