If you have had your network set up for a while or your business has evolved since it was designed it may need serious work or just minor adjustments.
In fact, even if you have not changed anything, with the changes in software and the threats that are out there to your network, it may need updating.
For these reasons, it is good idea to have your network, both hardware and software, evaluated from time to time. If you have an in house IT department they can usually do this, but if you do not, you can always call us to come in and look at this for you.
We start by sitting down and talking to you so we have a feel for your business and workflow, then proceed to evaluate just how well your systems are supporting your business.
Finally we look at issues that you may want to change to enhance key areas, such as workflow, new software & hardware upgrades or changes. We also look at how the current network design fits your business & for ways to improve that.
Free consultations are available.*1
Here is a simple checklist you can use to evaluate your current network & IT service:
Does your workflow move smoothly & quickly?
Has an employee needed assistance with a networking or software issue?
Are all your systems currently updated for security & stability?
Have you backed up your workstations in the last 2 weeks?
Have you backed up your server or file system in the last month?
Has your workstation hard drives been serviced in the last month?
Have your workstations been defragmented in the last 2 weeks?
Are you running the current & best software for your needs?
Are you required to archive email by either a govt. organization or insurance company?
Have you lost vital email in the last 6 months?
Do you enjoy being behind the newest technology & passed by your competitors?
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, you may need to consult Wire & Web for a new Network, IT solution.
Call us and schedule your Network Evaluation today!
*1: We do not charge for basic consultations. Depending on the location, travel expenses may be negotiated.