The operation of information systems may depend on certain key resources, such as server capacity, file storage capacity, data processing capacity, monitoring capacity or certain key persons.
In particular, some of these resources may have long delivery times or high costs in certain situations, in which case special attention must be paid to future capacity problems with them.
We monitor the use of key system resources and identify trends, potential security bottlenecks and dependencies on important people.
The operation of basic services (such as electricity, telecommunications, water supply, sewerage, heating, ventilation and air conditioning) will be monitored to ensure that their capacity covers business growth.
Surge protectors prevent current level rises and falls from damaging the equipment. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), on the other hand, guarantee a limited amount of battery power, which allows you to work even during short power outages. Critical equipment is held in connection to a UPS.