Network Management

ECS network management refers to the activities, methods, procedures, and tools that we use to connect to the administration and maintenance of your network system. Administration deals with keeping track of resources in the network and how they are assigned.

Server Support

ECS ensures that whatever type of business server support you require your business can run as smoothly as possible - while we worry about issues such as security, anti-spam, antivirus, software updates, redundancy, uptime, and data reliability

Project Management

We pride ourselves to deliver with excellence and high standards IT projects with sufficient planning considering the resources it needs to devote to a project, the skills required and the people who need to be involved

Project Management


ECS Principles of IT Project Management
Projects are short-term efforts to create a unique product, service or environment, such as removing old servers, developing a custom site, creating new desktop images or merging databases. All projects are constrained by certain factors:

- Time
- Cost
- Scope

For a project to be successful, these three constraints must be in balance. If any constraint is out of balance, the project is heading for disaster. IT projects, move through phases in the project management development:

- Initiating
- Consulting
- Proposal
- Planning
- Executing
- Monitoring and controlling
- Closing a successful project

Each of these phases contains processes that move the project from idea to implementation.

ECS's IT Project planning ensures that all challenges are met, such as:

- Deadlines
- Budget constraints
- Enough qualified Engineers to devoted to the project

All technology challenges are also met, such as:

- Hardware compatibilities
- Operating system
- Network or database afflictions
- Security risks
- Interoperability issues
- Changes manufacturers make to their hardware and software configurations

We pride ourselves to deliver with excellence and high standards IT projects with sufficient planning considering the resources it needs to devote to a project, the skills required and the people who need to be involved, and realistically consider the time it will take to create, test and implement the project deliverables.