Network management includes the processes, tools, and applications used to operate and maintain a computer network. Proper management of this network ensures that it’s protected and limits the likelihood of attacks from outside threats. Get peace of mind with network management as part of our nonprofit IT services.
Maintaining visibility and control of your network is crucial to minimize the risk of a breach. Network management allows you to identify and respond to threats before they impact your organization.
When an organization’s network is secure, there’s less likelihood of disruption from cyberattacks. You can keep operations running smoothly with proper network management.
Minutes or hours of network downtime have a negative effect on staff and can be very costly. Disruptions can also have a damaging impact on your client or donor relationships, eroding trust and reputation.
Because network infrastructures can be complex, it can be challenging for a nonprofit organization to manage the network by itself. Advances in technology have increased expectations for faster network speeds and availability. In addition, security threats are becoming more advanced and attacks are more frequent.
At Community IT Innovators, our practice is to identify a network management system that works for your needs. We help our clients find a solution that is easy to manage and isn’t overly complicated. The right solution will keep your network protected effectively and efficiently.
In short, our network management services allow you to have peace of mind that your organization’s network is operating well and securely.
Join CEO Johan Hammerstrom, CTO Matthew Eshleman, Director of IT Consulting Steve Longenecker, and IT Business Manager Team Lead Norwin Herrera in a lively and specific discussion of all things nonprofit tech for 2024 and beyond. How do all the nonprofit IT pieces fit together?
Wednesday, January 17 at 3pm Eastern, Noon Pacific.
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