After initial installation of a network, it is essential to continually monitor it. JKS monitors both your network and power to ensure any issues that arise can be quickly rectified, which allows consistent performance and prevents downtime. Any downtime can cost a company money and reduce productivity.
“Our monitoring services allow us to monitor, maintain, support, and stabilize your systems to prevent serious potential issues.”
We use the LabTech remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform to automatically and continuously monitor your IT systems efficiently and non-intrusively to keep them up and running. LabTech also provides the ScreenConnect® to allow us to remotely connect instantly to your system to analyze and resolve system issues. Our monitoring services allow us to monitor, maintain, support, and stabilize your systems to prevent serious potential issues. For example, we can monitor disk utilization and alert you when the threshold is met or exceeded and prevent a server crash.
We can create detailed and comprehensive reports based on the data returned to help your company with strategic planning and budgeting.
“You will no longer have to allocate resources to monitor each network at every location.”
Our monitoring service creates a topology map of your IT systems to be sure that every piece of equipment or hardware that communicates with your network can be monitored, no matter where it is located physically, from one central location, saving you time and money, and increasing productivity. You will no longer have to allocate resources to monitor each network at every location.
Network and power monitoring allows issues to be resolved such as: slow web page loads, lost email, crashed servers, issues with network connections, and questionable user activity.
It differs from intrusion detection systems (IDSs) or intrusion prevention systems (IPSs) in that it doesn’t necessarily focus on network security, but ensures that you are aware of how the network is running throughout ordinary operations. All types of networks can be monitored including WLANs, VPNs, or WANs. All devices can be monitored, even if they are running different operating systems, from cell phones to servers or routers to switches. Monitoring can identify activities and provide performance metrics allowing you to meet any and all compliance requirements, have more operational visibility, and prevent security threats.
These performance metrics can help you plan for your company’s future needs. You will be able to see what hardware is deployed, which hardware is being under or over-utilized, and if any piece of hardware is causing issues with pinpoint accuracy. With that information, you can produce an accurate budget to ensure you are not over or under-spending for equipment and hardware.
Executives will be able to use this information to justify any IT upgrades or expansions needed.