Diagnosis saves companies thousands

AN AUSTRALIAN-made diagnostic software package has the potential to save business operators thousands of dollars on computer service calls.

More and more facilities management time is being taken up with computer system management.

Data Depot’s PC Clinic tests local and remote systems, running full system benchmark tests. A DOS version is available for device handling.

The product includes a built-in editor for CMOS RAM and allows the formatting of hard drives for extra life. PC Clinic cleans up the CPU and motherboard.

Data Depot chief financial officer Bruce White said diagnostics were an essential part of any business entity aiming to keep service costs down.

“Any company that has ten to fifteen computers needs to consider what measures are in place to keep them up and running,” Mr White said.

“A diagnostic system can find the problem a lot more quickly than a human can,” he said.

“Money has been saved even if you do call an expert, because you can point them directly to the problem. Not doing so is comparable to going to a mechanic and pointing vaguely under the hood.

“It’s quite realistic to imagine that with the combination of increased technical awareness and diagnostic systems, many companies will be able to slash their service costs to a minimum,” he said.

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