Evotec is a small company based in Katowice, in the Silesia region of Poland. We specialize in providing our customers with professional services, outsourcing, and consulting in all IT-related topics.

Outsourcing Services

Evotec helps small and medium-sized businesses to stop worrying about their IT infrastructure needs. We can take all or just some of your services.

Consulting & Guidance

Evotec can handle all your IT consulting and project needs. We will work on a solution that makes sense for you, your business, and your budget.

Implementations & Integrations

Evotec can handle all your implementation and integration needs. Got a new software you need to be installed and configured? We make it happen.

Software Design & Development

Evotec can provide you with software designed to fulfill the task you need taken care of. No software on the market? We will make it for you.

Migrations

Evotec provides migration services from older systems or software to new versions. Whether it's Microsoft, VMWare, or Symantec, we can help.

Auditing

Evotec offers comprehensive auditing of all Microsoft systems, including Active Directory, File Systems, Exchange, Windows Clients, and Windows Servers.

To give you a glimpse into our technical ability, have a look at our latest blog posts. Daily, we deal with all kinds of different problems that require an innovative approach. Whether it touches legacy on-premise infrastructure or the latest technology, there's always a place where we can help

  • September 12, 2021

    Encrypting and decrypting PGP using PowerShell

    Some time ago, I decided that having an easy-to-use PGP PowerShell module is a way to kill my boredom. Four months have passed, and I decided to share it with the world, as it may be helpful to some of you.  Today I would like to introduce you to PSPGP – PowerShell module that provides PGP functionality in PowerShell.

    PSPGP - Commands available

    PSPGP is a fairly ...

  • August 29, 2021

    Easy way to connect to FTPS and SFTP using PowerShell

    FTPS and SFTP are two ways to send and receive files from remote sources. While the name suggests both do the same thing, those are different protocols, in the end, having the same goal. A few weeks back, I had to make sure I can reliably download files from FTPS server using PowerShell, and since I couldn't find anything straightforward to use, I decided to write my own. Transfertto ...

  • April 20, 2021

    Sending email as an alias (proxy address) with Office 365

    Sending emails in Microsoft Exchange world using an alias for an account has always been a pain. It required working with workarounds such as setting up Shared Mailbox or Distribution Groups and using SendAs permissions. For years admins around the world were asking Microsoft to change this, and finally, in April 2021, they did! It's a new feature of Office 365, and it requires action ...

  • March 19, 2021

    Submitting blogs to web.archive.org using PowerShell

    Since my website went down in fire with OVH SBG2, I used this occasion to publish my restored website via Cloudflare. It allows me to have to cache, minimization, and some additional security. One thing that caught my attention while browsing through Cloudflare settings was the Always Online feature based on web.archive.org. Basically, the concept is – whenever the website is down, ...

  • March 16, 2021

    Advanced HTML reporting using PowerShell

    I've been using HTML reporting in PowerShell for a while. Initially, I would usually build HTML by hand, but the time spent trying to figure out what works and what doesn't drive me mad. With the PSWriteHTML module, a lot has changed. With just a few PowerShell lines, I can create feature-rich reports that change how I show data to my Clients. Today I wanted to show you some advanced ...

  • March 2, 2021

    Monitoring LDAPS connectivity/certificate with PowerShell

    Some time ago, I wrote a blog post on checking for LDAP, LDAPS, LDAP GC, and LDAPS GC ports with PowerShell. It mostly works, but it requires a tad bit of effort, and it doesn't cover the full scope that I wanted. Recently (well over 3 years ago), Chris Dent shared some code that verifies the LDAP certificate, and I thought this would be good to update my cmdlets to support just that ...

  • January 24, 2021

    The only command you will ever need to understand and fix your Group Policies (GPO)

    I've been working on cleaning up Group Policies for a couple of months. While it may seem trivial, things get complicated when you're tasked with managing 5000 GPOs created over 15 years by multiple teams without any best practices in mind. While working on GPOZaurr (my new PowerShell module), I've noticed that the more code I wrote to manage those GPOs, the more I knew passing this ...

  • January 3, 2021

    Creating Office 365 Migration Diagram with PowerShell

    A few weeks ago, I posted a concept migration diagram for Office 365 to Twitter and Facebook. Today I thought I would show you how you can do it yourself using PowerShell and PSWriteHTML PowerShell module. When I started working on this, I've thought I want to create before and after infrastructure to see how it will look when migration ends. I've initially planned to assign myself an ...

  • December 6, 2020

    Remove-Item : Access to the cloud file is denied while deleting files from OneDrive

    I like OneDrive. It allows me to keep my data secure and always synchronized. If things go wrong, I can always get it back. I use it for almost everything. Even for my PowerShell projects, which are committed to GitHub, so in theory, I shouldn't need that. But every once in a while, I make some stupid mistake and delete a file that has yet not been committed to GitHub, and that's ...

What we do

Evotec's outsourcing department is specializing in helping out small and medium-sized businesses. However, we also work for large corporations on a contract basis. We strive to offer the best service for all topics related to IT. Our goal is to provide a complete set of IT services, so we offer our Clients a complete takeover of their existing infrastructure, including server management, desktop management, and network management. We solve all our Client problems on all possible levels, so our clients don't have to worry about anything and focus on their core business and not constantly worry about their IT infrastructure.

How can we help with your IT

Evotec acts as your full IT department. Our Service Desk provides knowledgeable & friendly tech support for your employees. Our administrators support your servers from behind the scenes, and our managers are always there to support you with planning your IT needs. We reduce downtime, boost productivity and specialize in reducing IT budgets with our flat monthly rates. Evotec monitors, backups, repairs, and maintains your computers, servers, and network for total peace of mind.

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