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3 Reasons to Monitor your Network.

What would happen if your network went down today? Apart from the panic to get things back online, your employees would be twiddling their thumbs and you would be wondering how much this is going to cost the company. And wouldn’t it be more embarrassing if the server crashed because you ran out of disk space or another issue that could have been avoided with proactive monitoring?

As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure and by using a monitoring service like those offered by TBNG Consulting to check on your server status and spot potential issues, you can avoid hearing those dreaded words: network down.

Proactive - By using technology to monitor network status, you could spot potential problems before they happen. Items such as antivirus updates, scheduled backups, Windows services disruptions and physical disk performance can all be monitored, alerting you when something is not right.

Configurable Alerting - When we monitor your server status, we have customized alerts for specific events, so that you can be instantly notified if a server is no longer performing as it should. That allows you to investigate and rectify potential problems, to ensure the smooth running of your IT operation.

Fast ROI - As IT budgets are being squeezed tighter, departments are under more pressure to do more with less. By using a service to monitor your network you essentially add the resources of additional IT personnel to your resources at a tiny fraction of the cost.

If you don’t have the time to go through your daily IT checklist, you should seriously consider TBNG Consulting’s Support Service to keep tabs on your network environment. Given the fast ROI, increased efficiency and time saved, it really shouldn’t be a hard decision to make.

Should you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact TBNG Consulting at contact@tbngconsulting.com or at 855-512-4817.
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