How to Choose a Hardware Maintenance Provider | In a Flash Series In this episode of In A Flash, find important factors to consider when partnering with a data center maintenance provider. What is non-negotiable and what services can you expect from different hardware maintenance providers? See the differences between original equipment manufacturer (OEM) maintenance and third-party maintenance (TPM) and the relationship between them with a multi-vendor multi-platform support structure. 344 2020-04-03 yes IE GB US CA no Service Express no
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How To Choose a Hardware Maintenance Provider

In this episode, you will walk away with an understanding of what’s important when looking for a hardware service provider to ensure you’re making the right choice for your data center operations.

What’s Covered:

  • What are the different types of hardware maintenance providers?
  • What are the top questions to ask before choosing a maintenance partner?

Download the third-party maintenance (TPM) provider checklist!

Third-party maintenance is a great way to save money without compromising the quality of service you receive. Asking these questions can help you get the answers you need!

Chris Borek

With over 20 years of experience in IT sales, Chris has worked alongside hundreds of IT professionals to help provide cost and time-saving solutions for their data centers across the globe.

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