Infrastructure Renewal is not just about replacing computer equipment - it's an understanding of a business, establishing business priorities and leveraging IT investment the most efficient way possible.
Replacing old equipment is an important step in minimizing risk & downtime in an organisation, but changing equipment is only part of the solution.
By evaluating the way your IT equipment is used, organisations can commonly find much better ways using the equipment, and gain more value out of their IT investment.
Every change should be seen as an opportunity to improve the business, not just the removal of an old computer.
Analyse the Business
Spend some time understanding how the business works today.
Understand Improvement Opportunities
Evaluating the business will identify areas where improvement can be made.
Drive Efficiency & Satisfaction
Implement with the appropriate use of IT and resources improvements in the business.
A big-picture approach to IT has many direct & emergent benefits
Old hardware is significantly more likely to fail - causing downtime and end user frustration
Servicing old hardware and software costs an organisation more in both time and money
Using current software minimizes vulnerabilities, and provides improved features to help your business.
Reduce downtime and increase productivity by planning equipment renewal when it has minimum impact.
Consistent hardware and software accross the organisation looks professional & inspires confidence in your customers.
Standard Operating Environment
Ensure your staff are able to work consistently anywhere within the organisation.