How Asset Management Can Save You $12,000 Per Year [VIDEO]

How Asset Management Can Save You $12,000 Per Year [VIDEO]

Asset management is often overlooked by businesses because they don't feel it's important. People will use desktops and laptops until the very end, no matter the age of the equipment. While the computer itself doesn't get slower, the demands we put on it get higher leading to the slowness we all detest.

The age of technology is only one facet of asset management. Overall maintenance of existing equipment is extremely important especially for your bottom line. Did you know an employee who waits 15 minutes for their computer to start every morning is actually wasting $1,200 per year?

When it's put like that, asset management becomes a great deal more important. Monitoring machines will increase efficiency and create a more enjoyable employee culture. Watch my latest video on asset management below...

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About the Speaker, Phillip Long

CISSP for On-Premise Firewall

Phillip Long is a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP) and author of Everything You Must Know About Choosing an IT Company, But Your IT Guy Will Never Tell You. In 2001, he formed Business Information Solutions, the #1 local IT company on the Gulf Coast, and later added on three more divisions to create BIS Technology Group. With over 17 years in the technology industry, he provides consulting and technology services to small to mid-sized businesses in Alabama, Florida and Mississippi. He's worked with over 500 businesses to create solutions that make business easy.

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