Is your computer network a confused mess of tangled wires, obsolete computers and broken equipment? Do you find your office network unwieldy and unorganized? Does your server room look like a rat’s nest? Are you running unsupported operating systems? Is your phone system no longer supported by manufacturers? If so, then you’re in technical debt.
Technical debt is the excessive costs incurred when too much time and too many resources are spent on patching and repairing a computer network. Think of it this way, if you spend more on fixing your computer network than your computer network makes for you, then you are in technical debt.
Advantage Technology has developed an affordable way to help you get a handle on your IT and get out from under technical debt with our Advantage IT Discovery. The Advantage IT Discovery consists of high-level view of your network with a network assessment Risk Report, site survey complete with photographic documentation, organizational review, technical review and strategic recommendations.
The Risk Report scans your entire network and identifies things such as inactive computers, lack of anti-virus, poor password protocols, insecure listening ports, unsupported operating systems, low disk space, Internet speed and many other key network management factors. This information is incredibly valuable for both identifying immediate needs and planning future changes, such as hardware replacement, cloud transitions, and software upgrades.*
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After the Risk Report is generated, your equipment is photographed and surveyed. Your executive team will sit down with our account managers for a full structural review of your company to find where and how IT properly fits. A technical team will review all the information and deliver a set of recommendations.
This Risk Report, documentation and recommendations are all included in the Advantage IT Discovery, available for the incredibly low price of $99.
*The Risk Report is for informational purposes only. While the data gathered is valuable for maintenance and planning, it should not be considered a comprehensive network evaluation or security assessment