Indirect Loss (Intangible)
- Lost business opportunities
- Loss of employee morale
- Decrease in stock value
- Brand damage
Direct Loss (Tangible)
- Lost Wages
- Legal Penalties
All day, every day monitoring
A Managed Service Provider will be working for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Using sophisticated software which pro-actively watches the health of critical equipment and services running your business. No matter what time a crisis hits, you could have a team ready to resolve it as soon as it happens. Trying to maintain that level of support with an in-house IT crew is an expensive proposition
That level of pro-active support means that your network will be more reliable and your employees will suffer less downtime as a result of network outages. Wingenius has an excellent chart how costly downtimes are to a business.
You pay a flat fee for your network services every month, making your IT budget far more stable and easy to plan around. These flat-rate plans can even include hardware replacement, taking much of the guesswork out of budgeting.
Focusing on your core business
Unless you are in the IT business, network management is outside of your field. Why have employees who aren’t contributing to your core business and on your customers? Out-Sourcing network management takes the infrastructure burden off your shoulders, allowing you and your team members to focus on what’s really important: Your Business!
With the help of our world-class managed IT services, a team of certified IT experts and latest IT techniques, we can save your cost. Here are some other benefits, you can get while choosing us:
Regular data backup to Canadian server
Customize data recovery service
24/7 Asset Monitoring
End-to-end managed IT services
Remarkable Customer Service
Free network security assessment
A team of certified experts
Types of Downtime
It happens when routine maintenance and scheduled upgrades of software and hardware will take place. In case planned downtime, make sure you inform your customers well in advance.
When something unexpected happens to crash your systems it is called unplanned downtime. Hardware failure, faulty components, software crashes (e.g. viruses/data corruption/hacking), and natural disasters are one of the most common reasons of unplanned downtime.
Below are some possible business loss of both planned and unplanned downtime
How Can We Save Losses Due To Downtime?
With the help of our world-class managed IT services, a team of certified IT experts and advanced IT tools, we can save your IT system from downtime. Here are some benefits, you can get while choosing us: