This is also very important because it happens all the time, a consultant handles the upgrade but the staff entrusted to maintain it have not been well trained.
Here admin can have a view and they can source the required thing well in advance. Early-detection systems are critical to self-diagnostics. As Matthias Machowinski told me (and as I quoted him in my piece for Network Computing today on downtime, which you can read here: ), "You don't want the user to be your early-warning system." What makes you realize that you need to upgrade your network, 1) Growing Business. Your old network is better than no network at all when it comes down to it.
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And with Cisco Catalyst Multigigabit technology for example, you will be able to get speeds beyond 1 Gb on existing Cat5e cables (and likely save money). Upgrading to a modernised network can make a real difference to productivity. You suffer from “I-think-it-is-good-enough security”. Threats to your network are more sophisticated and targeted than ever before. Introducing new technology puts an increased strain on older infrastructures that then require more and more attention.
The older your infrastructure, the more vulnerable you become. Your business can’t grow, let alone innovate, if your IT manager is forced to spend most of his / her time and resources on managing and troubleshooting your network. One of the most critical reasons for upgrading your network is to support everything your business needs to give it a competitive edge, from hybrid cloud computing to powerful sector-specific applications.