- Hugely resilient infrastructure
- Can be more cost / environmentally efficient
- Accessible from any device, anywhere, at any time
High-end hardware is expensive. But it would be hard to find another aspect of your business where you can more easily spend a little to save a lot. Our role is to make sure you are spending money on the right aspects of your infrastructure, to reap maximum benefits in productivity and cost.
We’ll walk you through it in the sections below, or why not get in touch and speak to one of our team.
If a company of 30 people earning an average of £30,000 per person invests an additional £1000 in a server that results in a saving of 15 minutes per user per week (just 3 minutes a day), the company will recover the £1000 in 8 weeks.
Productivity of your people aside, improving your infrastructure can also bring down your day to day costs: we estimate that every five-year-old server costs £1,000 more per year to run than a new one. New server technology means that two virtualised servers can now do the work of five old ones, bringing a huge reduction in energy consumption as well as space and connectivity. Faster drives also mean that your users spend less time waiting for data and more time working with it.
Upgrades are not about investing in new infrastructure just for the sake of it, but about identifying the pinch points in your business, and picking the solution that will help. You will save money and your staff will thank you for it.
We work with you to identify the areas of infrastructure that will deliver significant business benefits through being upgraded. These might include:
Based on this, we put in place a recommended upgrade plan that takes into account your expenditure preferences and sensible timings.
Every recommendation is based on carefully costed business benefits, and upgrade projects are carefully managed, with extensive testing before rollout to your business.
The Client. Knotel are one of the fastest growing managed office providers in the UK. They partner with some of the world’s biggest brands, providi...Read case study
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