Many small office networks were
installed on a shoestring budget by a well intentioned employee or proprietor with no experience in systems,
cabling, or hardware configuration. Common problems include improperly configured servers, servers with
insufficient resources (memory or disk space), and improper network cabling.
These types of improvements are easy to spot, simple to implement, and highly cost-effective. They're often
spotted within minutes of our arrival, and are usually patched up and contributing to the stability of the
system in almost no time.