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Your Business Can Use HaaS

Your Business Can Use HaaS

Just like how your organization relies on hardware solutions to keep operations moving, this hardware relies on regular refreshes which keep it in proper working order. If you fail to replace or maintain the solutions that you have in place, you’ll be more likely to experience downtime, or at least hardware failure. Managed IT has provided SMBs with a way to bypass many of the frustrations involved with acquiring new hardware in the form of Hardware as a Service.

HaaS helps your organization keep its critical hardware running. This includes servers, workstations, networking components, and more. While these technology solutions require daily maintenance in order to run at maximum efficiency, they often need to be replaced after a certain amount of wear and tear. By working with a managed service provider to implement HaaS, you can maximize the amount of mileage you get out of your hardware solutions, all while obtaining new technology without breaking the bank. We believe that your organization shouldn’t have to suffer due to an unforeseen hardware failure.

Chances are that your organization doesn’t upgrade its hardware as often as it should. While your technology budget might be limited, this mindset will hold your organization back from implementing new hardware solutions that can boost productivity and improve operations. It’s often difficult to know when it’s time to invest in new hardware, but unexpected hardware failures can throw a wrench in your plans. In other words, you’re paying to both replace your hardware, and to make up for downtime that can cause trouble for your organization.

Hardware as a Service addresses many of the problems that businesses have with hardware management. Thanks to monthly payments and a service level agreement, you can expect new hardware when it’s needed at an affordable cost. Here are some of the many benefits of HaaS.

  • An IT roadmap: Knowing where you’re going in on a trip is great, and so is knowing when your hardware goes through its next refresh. We can help you plan out a special IT roadmap that includes hardware refreshes and overall maintenance of your network’s health. This keeps your network from going too long without a proper upgrade.
  • Lower upfront costs: Since you only pay a flat monthly rate for new technology, you’ll be able to afford it much more easily. HaaS providers can also take future upgrades and management into account when picking equipment for your organization, allowing you to save money down the road.
  • The latest hardware, now: You’ll be using the latest hardware solutions that help you stay one step ahead of the game. This means that you’ll be able to take great strides in productivity and functionality that may not have been initially available for your organization.

Do you want your business to take full advantage of the latest and greatest hardware solutions on the market? NTConnections can help. To learn more, reach out to us at (703) 288-9767.



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