Having cables lying all around the office is not only a poor way of implementing your IT but also a significant health and safety hazard. It’s more important than ever to make sure your IT infrastructure gets installed correctly. Having your IT equipment installed properly not only makes sure you meet health and safety standards but helps when troubleshooting IT problems too. Here at Superfast IT we’ve been helping clients with their networks and cables for over 15 years. Take a look at how we solve the problem of cables everywhere and a lack of network points.
Surveys of your network
With our technology assessment and quarterly business reviews, we can build up a regular picture of your IT network. This initial evaluation will alert us to any gaps or errors in your network and will also give us a chance to look at the cabling in your office. As your IT support company, your network will be a showcase of our work. If you have cables everywhere, it not only makes your office look untidy but us unprofessional too.
Our expert cabling
Here at Superfast IT we’ve worked with an expert in cabling for several years. He’s one of the best in the business, and we know he’ll do a brilliant job on your network. If you need extra network points installed, we can arrange a time that suits you to come and install more with our competitive rates. We can also complete any extra cable work to take them out of sight giving your office a professional look.
The troubleshooting process
A properly functioning network with the right equipment and cables labelled that are neat and tidy, makes it much easier for us when troubleshooting problems. There’s nothing worse than a plethora of tangled cables that aren’t labelled. Not only does it make an office look untidy but it takes us much longer to solve a problem when we spend half our time following and untangling cables.
Multiple points of failure
While this may sound like a negative thing, it’s something every business should look to have. If you have a single point of failure, just one problem can stop your whole network from functioning properly. With a well-implemented network, there will be multiple points of failure. This means if something fails your network will use another route and still be able to run while the initial problem gets fixed.