Making your IT Leaner Will Save you Money says Essex IT Support Company

Ongar, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 24, 2009 -- Businesses with over-complicated, impossible to understand IT systems that run slowly, burden them with down time and cost them a fortune in support are being urged by a leading Essex IT company to slim down their systems in order to save money.

Woodford Computers (http://www.woodfordcomputers.com), based in Ongar, says that most businesses have IT systems that are far too over-complex for their true needs.

Managing Director Adam Donoghue says that Leaner IT systems better suit the needs and budgets of small to medium sized businesses. “I’m sure business owners would like to stop worrying about IT, and would like to spend less time and money on sorting out computer system related problems. By simplifying the system and making good use of the latest advances in information technology, that becomes instantly possible.”

The company says businesses can increase profits by saving money and reducing risk by switching to initiatives such as off site back ups, hosted desktops and proactive rather than reactive support.

Companies in Essex and London looking to improve their IT efficiency and reduce costs should contact Woodford Computers to discuss their specific requirements. Call 01277 368214 or visit http://www.woodfordcomputers.com for further information about the range of IT support services offered.

About Woodford Computers

Woodford Computers is an Essex-based IT company that specialises in ‘making the complex simple’ and providing cost effective solutions. Woodford Computers works closely with small to medium sized businesses to improve and enhance their IT systems so that they run efficiently and consistently. The team includes expert MCP and MCSE certified engineers and CISCO network engineers. To find out more and to book your free, no-obligation IT audit, visit http://www.woodfordcomputers.com

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Press Release Submitted On: December 24, 2009 at 5:19 am
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