IT Consultancy Fareham Expectations
Like a car, you turn on your computer and you expect it to work so you can focus on the business at hand. Unfortunately, when it comes to cars and computers, unplanned events can and do happen. When your computer is down, your productivity and revenues can be severely impacted. By being proactive about your IT security, you ward off viruses, spam, malware and a host of emergency issues that can temporarily halt your business. Planning for the future will save you time and money, as a long term IT investment strategy vs. piecemeal fixes can make you and your business, i.e. people and equipment, more efficient, productive and safer. Let Busted Networks be your business partner and we will take care of all your IT situations ? offering you best practices and state-of-art guidance on both your short and long term IT strategies. We treat your business like our own and keep you not only operational, but secure and productive so your company is best positioned for growth and success.
IT Consultancy Fareham Mission
Busted Networks are a 19-year old IT company with 50 years' experience. Because of our loyal client base, we can claim almost a 100% retention rate. We support small to medium sized businesses primarily in the Hampshire and West Sussex counties. When your systems go down, we're here to help and offer fast response times. As many small businesses can't afford an in-house IT department, we become your de facto IT department for the good times and emergencies that can crop up. By proactively monitoring your computers and servers 24/7, you avoid emergency situations and unnecessary downtime. As your company grows, we're by your side to optimise your expansion and offer sound, long term IT solutions.
IT Consultancy Fareham GDPR
On the 25th May, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enacted and places a greater burden on all businesses to protect their customer data. This law replaces the Data Protection Act and comes with a stricter set of guidelines and fines. The Information Commissioner's Office website, ico.org.uk, is an excellent reference point to understand what the GDPR is all about and how to avoid costly fines.