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.
A server, as the name implies, will have to be able to serve your enterprise’s needs and growing demands. Planning its infrastructure can be similar to planning the structures of kitchens for an expanding restaurant. How many kitchens (physical servers) do you need to support your menu (enterprise’s applications)?
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