• June 17, 2015

The Importance of Your Network

The Importance of Your Network

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Maintaining A Healthy Network

Your business needs to have a healthy network so you never lose productivity. If your network were to slow down or crash all together, your team is then forced to move into recovery mode and while the systems return to normal, you are losing valuable time to produce and sell. See how you can keep your systems from facing these problems.

Technology is a huge part of the workplace. Hardware and software connects us within the company and to our customers. Of course, building a network internally can be expensive and require a highly trained staff to make it the best it can be. Luckily you have an opportunity to use an MSP and have better access to technology without the costs.

Downtime is a major threat to your business. It comes with a lot of costs and the loss of trust from customers. If your network were to fail and you then experience down time your costs are only increasing as the minutes tick by. You lose productivity. You pay for a staff that isn’t currently working. You’re paying for the energy to run the building while nothing is happening. It becomes expensive very quickly and this isn’t even the beginning of the costs.


Meanwhile, your customers are unable to reach you and you cannot address their questions or concerns without access to your data. They lose trust in your business and this could leave you with a bad reputation. Your business needs to look great at all times, and if it cannot deliver, it will look bad. Word spreads quickly, and if you lose trust from the market, they are sure to look elsewhere for similar products and services.

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A good way to build a better more secure network is to trust an MSP. They can assess or audit your network and find all the inner workings to improve your systems. Network assessments will give your business an idea of what needs to be improved. A network audit will run a bigger price, but a professional will personally come in and determine exactly what your business needs to improve its system.

A professional will then take what they learn and find the best most cost-effective solutions for your business. They will work within your budget and give you a solution for your network that is unique to your business. Every business is unique and has different needs. There is also no telling what is required until a professional has determined what your specific company needs improved.

You need a solution that will continue to fit for your business well into the future. You also have options with an MSP to monitor your network and continually make improvements or catch threats before they happen. Business continuity is key with looking into solutions for your network.

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