If you’re already thinking about how you can improve business processes in the New Year, plan to upgrade systems over the holiday break
We’re feeling quite festive at David Allen IT Solutions, and we hope you are too. However, we are also prepared to continue offering 24/7 IT support services throughout the festive season!
For some companies, the holidays can be hectic, and for others, business slows down in December. No matter how busy or quiet your business is this month, we are on hand to support you with any IT needs.
For businesses experiencing a slower month, we recommend considering ways that you can increase productivity and connectivity in the New Year. If you are considering switching to a cloud solution for your data storage, the break at the end of December can be an excellent time to make this transition. With employees off work and a quiet office, we can facilitate a smooth, complete transfer of all your data without requiring any downtime for your business.
For companies experiencing a busier month and anticipating growth in the New Year, we’d like to remind you not to hesitate to call with any IT needs you may have. Whether it’s an IT emergency due to system failure or a request to fix a Wi-Fi connection, we are available to ensure your business is running smoothly throughout the holiday season.
David Allen IT Solutions can also ensure that staff members who need to stay connected over the festive period can do so, whilst still being able to spend time with their families. We can arrange out-of-office access to your business’ data, and by storing your business data in our secure data centre, you can be reassured that your information is safe.
Our remote support workers are also a quick phone call away to provide IT support, whether you’re in the office or working from your sofa. Our Microsoft-certified engineers can advise on any IT problems you may be experiencing, and can even remote into your laptop to find a solution.
We hope everyone has a happy, relaxing holiday, and a happy New Year.
Posted: December 12th, 2016