SecurityRI has recently implemented three new network protection plans. SecureIT Basic, SecureIT Plus and SecureIT Total Care IT.
Online PR News – 11-October-2017 – SecurityRI is a leading full-service IT Security Company in RI specializing in comprehensive cyber security strategies to protect businesses of all sizes.
Just like larger companies, small to medium sized businesses need technology to operate efficiently and to compete effectively. But as reliance on IT grows, the resources needed to support this increasingly complex IT environment may not. In many small businesses, IT resources are limited and can be quickly overwhelmed.
If you fall behind in keeping up with things such as backups, patches and security, the odds greatly increase that you’ll face an IT outage or another problem down the road that will negatively impact your business. For instance, if your Email server, customer relationship management system, financial application or network goes down, you will likely face substantial productivity and revenue losses as a result.
Listening to customer feedback has helped SecurityRI create powerful, simple-to-use solutions that help to reduce costs, scale, and evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of IT. SecurityRI has recently implemented three new network protection plans. SecureIT Basic, SecureIT Plus and SecureIT Total Care for businesses needed IT Services in Rhode Island, Southeastern MA and Eastern CT.
These new plans reduce network outages and improve performance with our advanced network monitoring. Our intuitive patch management software for quickly addressing software vulnerabilities. Our plans are made to find and resolve any potential issues before they become incidents.
All plans are scalable to any size, for small, medium business or for a large enterprise. Our products and offerings grow with your companies, from where you are now to whatever size you expand to.
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“These new plans reduce network outages and improve performance with our advanced network monitoring”