Part of having a well ran tech environment will require projects to upkeep and upgrade your environment.
Some projects may be small while others may be big.
The size and scale of a project depends on your current needs and growth plans.
The following are some of the types of projects that your business may need to do on occasion.
Cyber security is the most talked-about topics in any industry.
To address compliance initiatives you may need to have a company perform an annual security assessment.
This assessment can used to help renew cyber security insurance, record for a compliance initiative.
As computers and devices reach their life cycle end date it’s important to replace them.
A simple project that we do all the time is replacing computers.
It’s a low cost project that provides a lot a value.
Additionally, other devices in your environment will need upgrading or replacement as they complete their life cycle.
Each project is scoped in advance to provide you with a clear picture of what is needed and what it will cost.
Certain software upgrades may require a project.
Typically when new hardware or software is needed there will be a project associated with the upgrade.
For example, if you company is upgrading all your computers to the latest version of Microsoft Office.
That’s a project.
Office relocation’s can be a significant undertaking.
Successfully transitioning your business equipment between locations typically takes a fair bit of planning.
When a client moves we do our best to plan and prepare your business.
We’ll disconnect, move, reconnect, and test all of your equipment to get your team back up and running at your new location quickly and efficiently.
As companies change and grow so do their network needs.
We design and plan network upgrades and installations.
This includes WiFi, traditional network switching, routing and security.
You’re only as good as your connection.
We make sure you’re connected well.
Vendor Selection and Management
Can you stay objective when you’re picking out the right tech products from the right vendors?
A neutral third party that specializes in tech can provide objective advice about specific products and vendors.
And once your vendors are chosen, why not employ someone to help you manage the minutia of all your contracts, including software updates, warranties, and other contractual requirements?
We do that.
But wait, there’s more...
There are several other types of tech projects your business may need to do.
Rest assured we’ve got you covered.
Do you have project that needs doing?
Give us a call and we’ll do our best work for you.