Busted Networks uses its 50 years of experience to guide you through your IT Support decisions. There's a big difference between short term fixes and a long-term strategy. In the end, time is money, and doing the right thing up front, if you can afford it, will save you headaches. By choosing the right equipment - hardware, software, printers, etc. up front, you will optimise your IT systems.
IT Consultancy Petersfield Expectations
Turning on your computer daily is like starting up your car. You expect it to work so you can focus on your business. When the unforeseen occurs, and it can, productivity is lost and that could also mean lost revenues. By being proactive about your IT security, you avert viruses, spam, malware and a host of emergency issues that can temporarily halt your business. Planning for the future will also save you time and money, as a long term IT investment strategy vs. piecemeal fixes can make you and your equipment more efficient, productive and safer. The decision is always yours -- Busted Networks will act as your business partner and offer guidance on short and long term IT strategies. When IT issues arise, we're here to get you up and running, and back in business quickly.
IT Consultancy Petersfield Mission
Busted Networks are a 20-year old IT company with over 50 years experience and almost a 100% client 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 businesses can't afford an in-house IT department, we become your de facto IT department for the good times and emergencies when you really need us. We proactively monitor your computers and servers 24/7 to avoid emergency situations. We implement solutions to fend off your Emergency IT concerns. As your company grows, we’re by your side to optimise your expansion and offer sound IT solutions.
IT Consultancy Petersfield GDPR
New legislation came out in May 2018, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) placed a greater burden on companies to protect their customer data. This law replaced the Data Protection Act and came with a stricter set of guidelines. The Information Commissioner's Office website, ico.org.uk, is an excellent reference point to understand what the GDPR is all about.