UIS will continually monitor and provide recommendations to improve your organization.
- Flat Project Rate
- On Time Delivery
- Communication of Expectations
- Aligns with Your Organization’s Goals
Frequently asked questions
Most projects do contain a small amount of downtime needed to perform the final cutover. We limit this downtime by planning and testing before we implement. We also coordinate with clients in order to schedule the downtime to occur during the most convenient and least obtrusive time.
All software versions have a supported lifecycle. Updated software provides security, compatibility, and stability.
The expected life of Software and Hardware depends on the vendor. The average life expectancy of hardware is between 3-5 years and life expectancy of software is between 5-8 years.
Hardware performs slower overtime because of software continuing to be updated. Software is continually adding features and security updates, which decreases the performance of your computer. If you left a computer in exactly the same state, and did not perform any updates or add new software, it would perform the same 5 years later as it did on day one.
Software Support will lapse.
Most vendors will only provide support and updates for so many versions of old software. For example, Windows XP, 2000 are no longer supported by Microsoft. That means they will no longer provider security patches.
When software updates are not performed you run the risks of an attacker accessing your network or information. Most viruses and malware use security holes found in software.
When one software application is newer than another you can have compatibly issues. For example, QuickBooks 2017 will not be compatible with Office 2003.
Your system can be susceptible to more crashes and performance that is less than optimal.