Regardless of your industry, your reliance on information technology is growing year after year, and you can’t afford to employ a team of trained IT staff on a full-time basis. The solution is obvious: you outsource to a managed service provider (MSP) so that you can access top talent and innovative technologies at affordable prices.
The pace of technological change is relentless, and it seems to be accelerating year after year. Keeping up with it can be a daunting challenge, especially for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), whose resources are often too limited to justify purchasing new hardware on a regular basis.
It’s amazing what small companies can accomplish today using mobile devices. But the more we connect to our business IT networks via smartphones, tablets, and laptops, the more cybercriminals will target us. Protect your firm with a mobile device management program.
“Managed IT services” can be an excellent solution for small companies that don’t have in-house IT expertise. But the term is vague, and IT vendors use it in different ways. In this post, I’ll explain the basic types of managed IT services that are most important for SMBs.
If you’ve been researching how to outsource your small company’s IT, you’ve probably seen the term “managed services provider.” What does that mean, and is that model a good fit for your SMB? Answering that question correctly can help your business run better and grow faster.
Microsoft has issued yet another reason for Windows 7 users to upgrade asap. The company will stop supporting Office 365 ProPlus that’s running on Windows 7 on January 14, 2020 — the date on which it stops supporting Windows 7 and Windows Server 8.