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How many seats/sites/servers do you support?

By ozboing ·
Hi all

I'm looking to get an idea of how many sites, seats and servers you look after (and the size of your team, if you have one)

I have 3 sites with 40/5/5 seats and 15 servers

Cheers in advance


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Site support

by parthiv_13 In reply to How many seats/sites/serv ...

Generally it depends upon workload. I can not define on site numbers. Then also I have 10 Servers and with staff of 5.

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Too many to count accurately

by mjd420nova In reply to How many seats/sites/serv ...

I provide service to five different sites that have over 1,000 individual locations within them, this is a total of over 3,000 different users. It is supported with 276 servers that are located in a different site that is not my responsiblity. I do however have 55 servers that are individually dedicated to specific user groups within the sites but are not accessible from outside the physical sites. I do this all by myself and thankfully the equipment is dependable and is extensively tested for longevity before even being allowed for purchase buy the system. The parts needed are scattered in different locations for easy access by me and some whole units are available for transplant in the event of a major event. Now this may be an extreme case and fall at the far end of the scale but I have been doing it for 15 years and there are others who have far more units/users/locations than me and they fare pretty well. It helps when the locations are are within a 10 mile radius and one location has twice the numbers and they are all within a half mile together. There is the other extreme too, one location the company services has 12 sites within a quarter mile, 1,250 units with 2,500 users in 26 individual buildings and over 500 servers and they need 12 technicians to keep them happy. No real hard and fast rule to provide guidance.

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