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In Which Way IT Support in our Business?


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#1 poppykirk

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Posted 13 December 2015 - 06:57 AM

IT service is very essectial for the growth of any business now a days. How it make support for our business? Please guys i need your expart opinion.



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Posted 08 January 2016 - 09:50 AM

..How it make support for our business?...

From what little bit I've seen, IT constructs and maintains an infrastructure and interface.  Like a house's infrastructure - support-framework, plumbing, electrical, etc.  House's interface - washer, dryer, diswasher, bathroom & kitchen sinks, etc.  Poeple create load when using computers, printers, scanners, ethernet and wireless devices and so on.  Company's infrastructure if built sufficiently, maintained sufficiently, updated sufficiently - will successflly carry the load brought on by the daily business.  I mention all this because long long ago a network guru gave me some insight as what he does, how he does it, why he does it -- all to support the daily business intranet and internet load, along with providing technical support to the poeple working.

 

One quick example:  If IT properly sets up and maintains sufficient, well-thought-out anti-virus, anti-malware programs and processes, the endusers, the workers, may never see "all that behind the walls," however, their possibility of getting a virus or malware is somewhat-to-greatly reduced ['cause it's impossible to entirely eliminate such without severely curtailing functionality].


Edited by RolandJS, 08 January 2016 - 09:57 AM.

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Posted 09 January 2016 - 02:35 PM

The key phrase in RolandJS's post is "well-thought-out".

 

There are so many companies that view IT as an afterthought because IT doesn't "make" them money. The problem with that view is that most work in the current work environment depends on IT. If IT decisions are not planned IT can end up costing a company more money when they have to buy new equipment, change IT configurations, or replacement software than if they simply spent the money at the beginning.



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Posted 11 January 2016 - 01:04 PM

The key phrase in RolandJS's post is "well-thought-out".

 

There are so many companies that view IT as an afterthought because IT doesn't "make" them money. The problem with that view is that most work in the current work environment depends on IT. If IT decisions are not planned IT can end up costing a company more money when they have to buy new equipment, change IT configurations, or replacement software than if they simply spent the money at the beginning.

Now this is one of truest statements I have ever read.  At least most of the companies around here.  Not as bad as it used to be, many have slowly learned the hard way.


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