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When I speak with other business owners, I field many variations of the question,"Would managed services benefit my company?"
As with most things, the answer is: It depends. Although we have an inherent desire for simple black-and-white answers, the reality is that some companies benefit from managed IT services and some do not. Let's take a closer look.
Topics: Small Business IT Resources, small business it support, Managed IT Services, small business solutions, IT Managed Services, Utilizing Technology in Business, small business IT infrastructure, IT best practices, IT Strategy
Moving into 2019, small and medium businesses face several, growing IT security risks. As companies continue to invest in IT, hackers also adapt. A proactive approach to IT support is necessary to mitigate the risks these threats pose. Below are three security threats to watch out for next year.
Whether to use Google’s G-Suite or Microsoft’s Office 365 is often one of the first decisions a small to medium business owner makes when moving to the cloud. Depending on the size, expected growth, and technical needs of the organization, what cloud platform one chooses may vary. Some of the most important factors to consider include security, collaboration, integration, functionality, and usability.
Proactive support is not a new concept, and yet, it has lacked in the IT field as most of those within the industry follow a break-fix model. Changing the way support has been may also mean changing the way business is done on a daily basis. Innovation can encourage a new way to meet consumer demands or improve current business practices that will ultimately make you and your business more successful.