The #1 Mistake Companies Make With Their IT

If you’re like many businesses today, there’s a good chance you’ve made this one mistake with your IT security: you don’t budget for it. Or if you do budget for it, it’s not enough to really protect your business. Time and time again, business owners decide NOT to invest in IT services.

Building a Successful Relationship with your MSP

Building a successful relationship with your MSP (Managed Service Provider) creates value for your business.Today’s businesses rely on a solid foundation of technology to bring innovative capabilities, speed and flexibility to their customers. Like any other relationship, the partnership between your organization and your MSP is based on trust.

Enhance Your Vision with Proactive IT

When it comes to Information Technology (IT), too often organizations take the reactive, rather than proactive approach.  Sadly, we have seen too many businesses make the mistake of spending more funds maintaining their grounds or cleaning their office than they do on keeping their key information systems up to date and working to maximum efficiency.

Top IT Outsourcing Trend for 2020

At this time of year—in newspapers, websites and blogs—there is often an article or two about the top trends for the coming year.  Number one on the list in the world of Information Technology is the concept of Co-Managed IT.  This means that more organizations of all sizes are not just focused on internal tunnel vision with respect to IT, but rather expanding their vision to include others…to get another perspective as well as a lot more assistance as they advance toward their goals.

See IT Coming

If your network fails or you experience a power outage, your business will come to a screeching halt.  You are not making sales or communicating with clients; you are basically inaccessible until everything comes back online.

Over 50% of businesses take more than one hour to get back up after a crash or power outage.

IT Expertise – Stay in Your Wheelhouse

All Managed Services Providers tout their IT expertise. They might say that it’s in their “wheelhouse.”

You hear that phrase everywhere these days, right? But have you wondered where it comes from?

It was originally a boating term, referring to the place that houses the wheel on a boat, command central.