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Most businesses' success can rest on their IT infrastructure and how well the hardware and software are integrated to function smoothly

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Your partner in hardware and software solutions

The range of hardware and software available (including software as a Service (SaaS)) is vast so let us support you to choose the hardware and software that will keep your business running smoothly. We have a team of experts who have their finger on the pulse in all areas of hardware and software solutions.

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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different types of hardware/software solutions available?
The different types of hardware available range from end user devices, servers, storage systems, networking right through to printers. For software, this will vary depending on your business but we see most of our customers using a productivity tool like Microsoft 365 as well as line of business applications like CRM or accounting packages.
What are the benefits of SaaS?
Software as a Service, also known as SaaS, is a cloud-based software delivery model that allows you to utilise software on a consumption basis whilst relieving you of the management overheads. The main benefit is that the cloud provider manages all the hardware, maintenance, software, and certain aspects of security. Other benefits include improved accessibility, compatibility, operational management and lower upfront costs.
What is the difference between hardware and software for networks?
Simply put, network hardware is a physical device like a router or switch, whereas software-defined networking uses software to create a network that can dynamically scale and use automation to improve performance and monitoring. When choosing your network hardware and software, you need to think about your unique business requirements around redundancy, bandwidth, office locations, remote workers and disaster recovery.

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