When analyzing your company’s I.T. needs, consider remote management. You may be thinking that this is a large investment that you’re unwilling to make. But here is why you should seriously consider implementing this type of I.T. support.
- It’s just plain convenient. Resolving a problem becomes a speedier process. Remote sessions typically last 15 to 30 minutes, in comparison to an hour (or more) on-site visit. Plus, you don’t even have to be in the office to get the required tech support.
- Remote management also means that your PC is monitoring for errors and problems. From hard drive errors to high CPU usage, malware issues to update installations, your PC will help alert you sooner rather than later. Unmanaged computers are often left without updates or security and will fail to notice problems, causing greater and more expensive issues in the future.
- Microsoft is introducing Microsoft Managed Desktop. Microsoft continues to expand its services and will assist you with updating and monitoring Windows 10. This new offer may only be available to large companies, or it could be open to all businesses.
- It will save you money in the long run. Businesses and organizations often choose to cut their tech expenses and buy cheaper products in order to save money. This may help you save in the immediate, but in the long run, it will cost you in the form of replacements or I.T. manual labor. By investing in remote management, you will replace the technology less often and, as discussed previously, reduce the time spent on onsite support.
As you can see, remote management provides the support necessary for businesses to operate. In reality, costs are typically small for issuing monitoring and antivirus updates.
Why not catch those larger, more expensive problems before they cost you your entire computer system?