Alright, so this post is going to get slightly technical or information-heavy. However, if you’re looking into Service Level Agreement (SLA) or IT support services, it’s worth reading this all the way to the end. We’ll try our best to keep this simple and user-friendly.
1. Reducing reliance on physical hardware
Using less for more and using less to cut cost – now that is a scenario many in the corporate world will appreciate. Server virtualizers provide you with just that option without cutting down on functionality and capacity.
Taking up the 1Gbps/2Gbps broadband plan is becoming a popular trend among consumers in Singapore as a result of telcos slashing their prices on these plans. As a response to this increase in take-up rate, IDA has announced that they will be conducting a study to measure the actual speeds of the 1Gbps/2Gbps plan. Set to roll out in September, the study will compare the actual broadband speeds of these plans to help consumers make informed decisions.
Having a rough understanding of what goes on when a computer starts up will provide you with a better idea on how we can speed up the process. When you start up your computer, it has to transfer information from your storage to your RAM. The amount of information that it has to transfer affects how long it will take for your computer to start up.
#1 The makeshift help desk
You may have a staff who is rather well-informed on IT matters, and thus, appointed as the unofficial IT-Help desk in your office. Outsourcing IT management to professionals will allow him or her to focus on his own competencies, instead of spending a lot of time on IT issues that can be easily resolved by a trained individual.