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Some top IT support systems you could be missing out on!

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Some top IT support systems you could be missing out on!

Regardless of whether you run a large corporation with a complex IT system or just use a laptop at home, it has now become vital to have some kind of IT support systems in place. It may be that you just need an anti-virus to stop any security breaches and potential threats to your computer. Or maybe you need 24 hour IT support over the telephone along with several backup and security solutions (eek)! Here's a quick look at some of the top IT support systems that you should already have.

1) Anti-virus and security

This is number one in the list because everybody SHOULD have something installed on their computers. If you're reading this and thinking 'No, don't need it, it will never happen to me!' then I strongly suggest you find some kind of security solution; and fast! There are many different levels of protection and security you can get depending on the systems you are operating and how many computers will need it. You may just decide on a simple piece of software for your home PC or a whole range of security systems for your work network. Whatever you use make sure that you keep it updated and watch out for any potential threats or risks.

2) Cloud computing

I absolutely love cloud computing and could probably go on for another 500 words about how great it is (don't worry, I won't). This clever IT solution has saved many people a lot of money so far and is bound to keep on doing so. Basically, it is a way of keeping all of your software, files and documents in one place that is accessible via the internet. You can then decide who has access to this cloud and all of the details that it holds. If, for example, you are a business that uses a certain type of accountancy software each employee will be able to access this software just by logging into the cloud. That means you do not have to spend time and money installing it on every single computer. Cloud computing is also a great way of keeping your sensitive data backed up and all of your files safe. This is especially great for those who want to keep all of their family snaps in one place without clogging up the hard drive!

3) General support and troubleshooting

We have all been in that situation where something to do with your IT system makes you want to scream and pull out your hair. It could be something as simple as the printer not working or something a lot more complex like a whole network being down. Some people will take their computers into the local PC store and plonk it on the desk in the hope that someone will fix it for them. They normally will but it could cost you a small fortune. Most people now opt for designated IT support, especially for their business. You can have access to troubleshooting and support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! That means that even if you're up at 2am trying to finalise last months accounts you will be able to speak to someone when the laptop is playing up!

These three IT support systems each have their very own benefits depending on the person using them. Businesses may need to invest in all three, whereas individuals may just want one or two. Whatever you decision it is important to at least consider these options and whether they would work for you.

Some top IT support systems you could be missing out on!

Regardless of whether you run a large corporation with a complex IT system or just use a laptop at home, it has now become vital to have some kind of IT support systems in place. It may be that you just need an anti-virus to stop any security breaches and potential threats to your computer. Or maybe you need 24 hour IT support over the telephone along with several backup and security solutions (eek)! Here's a quick look at some of the top IT support systems that you should already have.

1) Anti-virus and security



This is number one in the list because everybody SHOULD have something installed on their computers. If you're reading this and thinking 'No, don't need it, it will never happen to me!' then I strongly suggest you find some kind of security solution; and fast! There are many different levels of protection and security you can get depending on the systems you are operating and how many computers will need it. You may just decide on a simple piece of software for your home PC or a whole range of security systems for your work network. Whatever you use make sure that you keep it updated and watch out for any potential threats or risks.

2) Cloud computing

I absolutely love cloud computing and could probably go on for another 500 words about how great it is (don't worry, I won't). This clever IT solution has saved many people a lot of money so far and is bound to keep on doing so. Basically, it is a way of keeping all of your software, files and documents in one place that is accessible via the internet. You can then decide who has access to this cloud and all of the details that it holds. If, for example, you are a business that uses a certain type of accountancy software each employee will be able to access this software just by logging into the cloud. That means you do not have to spend time and money installing it on every single computer. Cloud computing is also a great way of keeping your sensitive data backed up and all of your files safe. This is especially great for those who want to keep all of their family snaps in one place without clogging up the hard drive!

3) General support and troubleshooting



We have all been in that situation where something to do with your IT system makes you want to scream and pull out your hair. It could be something as simple as the printer not working or something a lot more complex like a whole network being down. Some people will take their computers into the local PC store and plonk it on the desk in the hope that someone will fix it for them. They normally will but it could cost you a small fortune. Most people now opt for designated IT support, especially for their business. You can have access to troubleshooting and support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! That means that even if you're up at 2am trying to finalise last months accounts you will be able to speak to someone when the laptop is playing up!

These three IT support systems each have their very own benefits depending on the person using them. Businesses may need to invest in all three, whereas individuals may just want one or two. Whatever you decision it is important to at least consider these options and whether they would work for you.

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