"TechSolvers have helped us move offices, migrate our email infrastructure to the cloud and they provide all our day to day support. If a fault arises they are on it - immediately. Down time costs us money and TechSolvers proactive monitoring keeps our systems up and running. We have no hesitation in recommending them."
This week we came across a virus, not an unusual occurrence, but in this case the infection was identified via IPCONFIG. It's a useful command but not one I would have expected to help with finding infections.
The client called us with a machine that was suffering from slow internet speeds. Once we identified that it was a single machine problem we knew the issue was with the PC, not the internet connection itself.
Servers are a great way for businesses to unify and manage information technology in the office. However for smaller companies, whether or not to purchase a server is a big decision as you tread the fine line between making a wise investment and wasting money on unnecessary technology.
Let’s say your business has taken the plunge and now operates with a fully functional network server, which enables easy file sharing, data storage and backup. Hooray. Now - it is important to not only protect your investment, but make sure you are getting the most out of it. This article will give you the 3 main points on both protecting and maximising your server’s efficiency.