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Map out your requirements and figure out the network, software and hardware needed.
Build your network and configure according to your requirements.
Maintain your network, manage your backups and implement a disaster management plan.
Secure your business online from malware, viruses, trojans, worms and other attacks.
Remove any virus or suspicious programs in your network and devices.
Build, switch or improve your VPN in terms of speed, access, and security.
Fix desktops and laptops used in your business covering hardware and software malfunction.
Fix your POS systems whether hardware, software or network issues.
Fix phones, tablets and other handheld devices.
Recover important business data from any software or servers.
Implement or improve your data backup services across all software.
Recover destroyed documents or get rid of documents safely without comproming your security.
Plan and install telephone systems in your business, whether IP-based or analog.
Install wireless routers in your business network.
Fix Wi-Fi issues especially difficulty in connecting or software and hardware malfunction.
All new businesses need to create a plan for how they will meet their computing needs. In the modern world, it is very difficult for a business to succeed without a basic computing setup and a connection to the internet. Fortunately, it is now very easy to achieve both of these requirements cheaply and easily. As your needs become more complex however, you may find significant value in contracting an IT consultant to provide assistance in setting up, maintaining and supporting your network and systems.
What type of IT setup does your business need?
This is the first and most important consideration. If you are a sole-trader working from home, you probably already have everything at your disposal - a laptop or desktop computer, a smartphone and an internet connection pretty much covers it. With these three components you are able to perform a huge amount of tasks both at home and on the go, and you are able to communicate effectively and access online software and resources.
If your business has (or will have) employees however, your considerations become more complex. While it may be as simple as just adding more laptops to the basic 3 part setup above, you have to consider a few things: