Free IT Infrastructure Assessment
We believe that all organisations should have a robust and reliable IT infrastructure which allows them to succeed, which is why we can promise you expert advice and strategic consultancy without a hard sell. With our independent advice you’ll be able to make informed decisions about how you want to move forward, and we’re here to help with all stages of your infrastructure from planning all the way to post installation user support.
Here at LMS we really listen; taking the time to understand your specific business and its objectives, so any advice we provide will be tailor made to suit you. We pride ourselves on going way beyond the simple fixing of IT equipment and restoring lost files, we’re seasoned strategists who are equally confident in the board room as we are with computers.
Our IT Infrastructure Assessment is completely free and without obligation. We cover all aspects of your IT Systems, from technology to software and hardware. We’ll look at a range of common operational scenarios and ensure your set-up is robust enough to support your business objectives.
We can give you the confidence you need to ensure your IT infrastructure is:
- Aligned with your business goals and strategy
- Flexible and scalable
- Able to support office moves and staff changes
- Safe from cyber attacks and accidental damage
- Reliable and won’t let you down
- Ready for any mergers, acquisitions and collaborations
We can either work independently or with your internal IT department to identify any issues and areas of improvement or design a whole new infrastructure.
The technical expertise in our team is extensive and includes:
- Upgrades and patches
- Data migrations
- Remote support and monitoring
- Event and change management
- Cloud services and hosting
- Mobility and telephony
- Backups and Recovery
- Security and VPN
Click and book a Free IT Infrastructure Assessment worth £1,500!
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