Campbell I.T - strategicanalysis

By: Campbell It  05/12/2011

At Campbell IT, we take the time to understand a client’s strategic vision for the purpose of matching this vision with their existing and required technical resources. This ensures effective resource allocation and eliminates wasteful spending on unnecessary IT equipment.In addition, we make sure that our clients are constantly up to date on the ever-changing IT environment and are aware of how technological advances may benefit their particular operation as they arise.As standard, we carry out this analysis on a bi-annual basis with all of our clients and it is part and parcel of a typical Campbell IT service contract.

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Symantec Corporate Edition Anti-Virus and various other anti-virus packages. Windows 2003, 2000 & NT4 Servers, includes Small Business Server Versions. Microsoft Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, WINS. Microsoft Routing & Remote Access Server. Microsoft ISA Server and Proxy Server. ADSL & ISDN Router Configuration.


Campbell I.T - managedservices

It is provided to you on 3 different levels to match your service requirements and budget, each level clearly defining the work that will be performed under the agreement.It is an incredibly simple concept. This is an Innovative Approach offering much more than a standard maintenance agreement.Given that computer uptime is a crucial part of the success of your organisation the key requirements must be.


Campbell I.T - networksupplysupport

Network Supply and Support We supply a complete range of network hardware and software including servers, workstations, switches, routers, printers and other peripherals. As experts in technology products, we can recommend appropriate hardware and software for your company. We can even provide free loan equipment to keep ‘downtime’ to an absolute minimum.


Campbell I.T - networksecurity

Whilst computer hardware has tumbled in price and increased in reliability, software and operating systems have grown so complex that many of the new technologies can only be maintained by trained professionals. Network Security Computer networks are the lifeblood of many businesses, and the costs of network breakdowns can be onerous.