Would you like a list of all the software that is on each PC? Most small businesses struggle with keeping track of the software that is being installed in their office. With so many free applications available on the internet, it’s easy for people to install whatever they like. And are you sure that a single copy of Microsoft Office hasn’t been installed multiple times? We can help by providing you with a list of all the software installed. Then, if you decide that you need to purchase more licences, we can advise whether it is worth entering in to a licence agreement with a software provider, such as Microsoft.
Thinking of moving to Office 365?
Would you like to move to Office 365 but need a bit of help making sure it all runs smoothly? Are you worried that if you move then your business may be without emails for a few days? We can help! We’ll run through the pros and cons with you just to make sure this is the right choice for your business. Then we’ll plan the migration to ensure it all goes smoothly without any interruptions to your business. Speak to us to find out how we can help
What happens when you move to Waytime?
We can understand why even the thought of moving to a different supplier gives you a headache. So we’ll try to make the process as smooth and pain-free as possible. Click ‘Read More’ below to find out what we suggest…
What’s different about us?
When you do an internet search for an IT support company, you’ll be faced with hundreds of results. So why talk to us? Well, we’re a small company so the people that you speak to on the phone will be the same people that visit you in your office. We don’t hide behind IT jargon. We’ll find out the priorities of your business and make them our priorities too. We’ll even call you back when we say we will (apparently this is unusual!)
When it comes to moving to a new office, relocating networks and the all-important IT infrastructure that goes with it can't be left to chance. The team at Waytime has years of experience in moving systems. We simply know what to expect and have the expertise on hand to anticipate and deal with problems before they happen.