Imagine Having Trained Engineers Monitoring Your Computers And Systems 24 / 7 / 365…
Most small to medium businesses don’t have a way to monitor the health of their computers, systems, and networks at all times.
This is a huge vulnerability. Your business may fall into this same category too.
Just think, in the case where a mission-critical server or device crashes, you won’t know anything about it until it’s way too late.
It’s not good when the outage of the mission-critical device brings your business to a screeching halt.
Meanwhile, the costly downtime could very well be causing damage to your business operations and reputation.
For every minute that your business isn’t operating, you’re exponentially losing money and your reputation.
As with many other things, the sooner the issue is spotted, the sooner it can be fixed.
This is where the invaluable benefit of monitoring comes in.
Being alerted of an issue immediately when it surfaces can be the difference between a minor interruption (or sometimes no interruption at all) and a business having to close its doors.
It’s impossible to find or figure out what the cause of an outage is, if nobody’s even aware that there is an outage.
“Knowing is half the battle.”
Knowing that there’s an outage allows for the next steps to be taken to fix it and get everything functioning normally.
Once the outage alert has been received, immediate steps can be taken to find and fix the problem as soon as possible and before it becomes a larger issue.
This means improved security, reliability, and efficiency for your business and workers.
These days, cybersecurity is among the highest priorities for businesses.
It is absolutely imperative that companies take the proper measures to keep sensitive data secure and prevent it from ending up in the wrong hands.
Security breaches can wreak havoc, both financially as well as to your hard-earned reputation.
It can also contribute to increased downtime, which as already mentioned is also very costly.
When systems are monitored around the clock, threats can be more quickly detected, identified, analyzed, prioritized and dealt with accordingly. This significantly decreases the chances of your company’s sensitive data becoming compromised.
As mentioned, even just a few moments of downtime can be incredibly costly to a business.
Not only can it result in a direct loss of revenue, but it can also impact your company indirectly due to loss of customer trust.
Internally, downtime affects productivity and morale because it impedes workers’ ability to do their jobs.
By implementing remote monitoring, your servers will be on watch 24 / 7 so that the moment a potential problem arises it can either be resolved automatically or escalated and addressed remotely.
This can dramatically reduce the amount of time systems are inaccessible and in many cases prevent network downtime from occurring in the first place.
Increased Efficiency and Productivity
It’s of critical importance that all systems, programs, and applications are well-maintained and kept up-to-date with any updates, patches, security and overall health checks.
When your network is properly maintained, your business will continue to run smoothly.
Remote monitoring keeps track of the status of all of your technology to ensure that any issues that arise are promptly addressed.
Another great benefit of remote monitoring is that it increases internal productivity.
Not only does it reduce downtime, but it also allows employees to consistently perform their job duties without interruption.
Additionally, since your systems and network will be continuously monitored, the service levels will improve which will ultimately grow your business.
Ready to make things easier on yourself and grow your business?