When was the last time your business gave its technology infrastructure a good health check? If one of your answers are ‘unsure’ or ‘last year’ or even ‘never’, you are not alone.
Many small businesses simply continue to work through minor errors and problems. Considering that many businesses spend a good amount of their budget on acquiring the right technology, it makes sense to maximise its durability and usability.
Just as your car needs regular service checks to keep it running smoothly, so too does your technology to keep it from going offline.
Could your business continue to work if a major machine stopped working? What would be the implications on cost and time? Do you have any continuity plans if there is downtime?