Time to Upgrade Your Computer Network?
Here Are 3 Things You Need to Know
Before You Do…
1. Cloud Computing.
Cloud technologies are far beyond “hype.” They offer real, tangible benefits to businesses, including improved disaster recovery and backup, easier access to data remotely, reduced IT complexities, fewer problems and, in many cases, a cost savings because you don’t have to buy a server and keep it in your office closet anymore. Cloud is definitely not a right fit for everyone, but you should at least consider this as one of your options.
In case you haven’t heard enough acronyms in the IT industry, let me give you one more: HaaS, or “hardware as a service.” Simply, HaaS is an option to “rent” hardware on a low monthly basis instead of purchasing it outright. This eliminates the hefty cash drain for a network upgrade and allows you to pay for hardware as a service. It also puts the burden of repair and replacement on the shoulders of your IT company (us) to keep your equipment up and running. You do end up paying more in the long run (as you would if you leased a car or bought a house on payments), but the ease on cash flow makes this a better option for some people.
3. Our Year-End Network Upgrade Bonus Program!
All during the month of December, we’re offering clients who upgrade their network with a new server or upgrade their network to a cloud-based solution a FREE month of our award-winning service and support. This will save you hundreds, possibly thousands, of dollars in IT services and support. But to get it, you MUST upgrade your network THIS YEAR.
Absolutely The BEST Way To Save A Lot Of Money On IT Services
And Support While Upgrading Your Network
Upgrade your computer network with a new server or upgrade to our cloud-based solution during the month of December and receive a FREE month of our superior service and support. All computer networks (even new ones!) need regular ongoing maintenance to keep them running problem-free. With our service plans, you’ll not only enjoy faster and more reliable production from your computer network, but you’ll gain incredible peace of mind knowing that your network and the data it holds are safe from loss, corruption, downtime, viruses, hackers, spyware and a host of other problems.