Use Scheduled Maintenance to reduce the overall cost of ownership for your company's network.
Scheduled maintenance tasks, including removal of viruses and malware, updating of operating systems and antivirus software, registry cleaning and other similar activities, result in problems being discovered before they affect the usage of the computer. Problems such as viruses frequently take several hours to repair after they occur; this does not even take into account the potential damage to files that cannot be recovered and the user’s downtime.
Running tests on a monthly basis can also reduce the incidence of systems failure dramatically, resulting in higher uptime on computers and lower maintenance requirements.
The benefit of regularly scheduled maintenance is thus two-fold: lower cost of operations, plus lower down time due to problems.
Long-term benefits of preventive maintenance include:
- Improved system reliability
- Decreased cost of replacement
- Decreased system downtime
- Better spare inventory management
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