Network Cabling…..Prevention really is better than costly cure……

Whatever aspect of life you look at, it’s a well known fact that prevention is better than cure. The danger is always that we sit back and do nothing, why fix it if it ain’t broke?! Invariably something goes wrong and murphys law says its going to happen at the wrong time, when we least need it!  This means that everything then becomes a rush and mistakes can be made, quick fixes can be put in place which can end up costing more money and a whole lot of inconvenience!

Preventative maintenance is proven to save you money – a simple network health check can help you avoid problems and costly repairs to your network before the need arises by identifying any potential problems using the latest diagnostic equipment. In business, systems rarely stay the same, continuously being altered or expanded, over time this can gradually decrease the performance of your networks. Our Company will fit in around you, scheduling a time that is convenient for you and your business, with little or no downtime to the network infrastructure

Opt for our FREE 120 minute health check and we will provide you with a comprehensive visual health check which will tell you whether your network is running as it should be.

Our recent cable tidy at Southampton Football Club was captured in video by Data-Cabling-Expert-TV and shows how much work can be created if your network cabling is neglected. Check out the “quick” version of our weekend in Southampton and let us know if you would like help with your cables before they become a real cause of concern, costing you time and money which with a little bit of maintenance could be well avoided.

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