Date: 08/06/2015 | By: Liz Painter

Dave Pagett of Page IT Solutions, talking about Monitoring Your Critical IT Systems to Increase Efficiency.

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What happens when you think about your IT systems in any depth? Do you feel relaxed, knowing that all the right things are in place to keep your business working efficiently, with all of your data safe and secure? Or is it something that you’ve had on your mental to do list for a while? Perhaps your current systems are slowing you down, or perhaps you don’t feel secure against hacking or data loss?

 

IT systems often get put on the back burner until something goes wrong but, like a lot of things in business, it’s better to be proactive and tackle potential issues before they become a reality.

 

Not only does having the right things in place mean you can be more productive – you’re not being slowed down by your IT – but you’ll feel more relaxed knowing that if the worst happens, then all of your data is safe.

 

Right now, if you lost everything, would it be easy to restore a backup and get back to work, or would it be a disaster?

 

Key Lessons

 

What happens when you think about your IT systems in any depth?

 

Do you feel relaxed, knowing that all the right things are in place to keep your business working efficiently, with all of your data safe and secure? Or is it something that you’ve had on your mental to do list for a while?

 

Perhaps your current systems are slowing you down, or perhaps you don’t feel secure against hacking or data loss?

 

Here’s what you should be looking at:

  • Your Network Infrastructure
  • Have a backup and disaster recovery procedure
  • Put security measures in place
  • Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam support
  • Data Encryption

 

Your data is your most important asset in your business so make sure you protect it!

 

To learn more about how you can increase your efficiency and put in place a range of measures to protect against security breaches,