Slow Networks

Slow Networks

While network downtime is a showstopper issue, networks with slow performance can also be crippling to a business.

There are many causes for slow network performance. Terminal can help you identify and solve them.

Disk Space

When a server or desktop is almost out of free disk space, services and tasks can fail intermittently, and normal processes can take an unusually long time to complete.

Terminal’s technicians can scan disks for free space, remove temporary files, and recommend purchase of additional storage space when necessary.

Viruses and Malware

Infected computers run slowly as the virus activity takes over most of the available CPU resources, memory, or network bandwidth.

The solution is to run a full antivirus scan and run a malware cleanup tool.

Terminal’s technicians can perform the scans and cleanup, and will recommend an anti-virus program and installation of the latest patches for any unprotected systems.

Network Bottlenecks

If your business is expanding, the network infrastructure might no longer be enough to support the increasing demands on your systems.

The technicians at Terminal have tools available to analyze network usage and identify bottlenecks.

When the source of the performance issue is found, the best solutions will be offered. They could involve improving network related server configuration settings or replacing old hardware.

Upgrading your Network

At some point, every growing business should consider outsourcing IT support to free up staff members for more important business tasks. IT experts can work more quickly and efficiently.

If your business needs a network overhaul or is moving to a larger office, consider having Terminal’s engineers design a new network capable of accommodating your future growth.