Your technology infrastructure is the backbone of your organization. Today’s businesses are connected, in the cloud, and utilizing IT services that are managed and designed to fit almost any budget, but what exactly is IT managed services?
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In the past, when bandwidth was a concern, and organizations were still “getting their feet wet” in an internet connected world, many opted to hire an entire staff in-house to manage their technology assets. We were all getting used to the evolution of the World Wide Web, and social media had just begun to creep into the landscape. Now, we all know exactly what tech resources we need to stay competitive and succeed.
As the landscape evolved, so did service providers, and their abilities. We’ve seen internal IT departments become less of the “norm”, and many IT related tasks can be handled by professionals who are hundreds of miles away from a company’s office and computers. Managed services is about crafting a technology strategy that fits your budget, and your important goals, and the options available to you are better than ever. You should not be tasked with managing all of your technology resources in-house, you should focus on what you do best: Growing your business.
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Managed service providers are able to create, modify, and protect your business network, 24×7. Almost any technology related task you can dream up can be accomplished by utilizing an outside source, and the support you receive should always be top-notch. Your managers and employees should be able to be in contact with a service professional who can address their needs quickly and appropriately.
Email services, virus protection, data backup and recovery, phone systems; you name it, and a seasoned IT pro should be able to assist you on your path as part of your managed services package.
Effective IT service management requires that a real relationship of trust be built and maintained between all parties involved. You should expect transparency and professionalism at every turn. We’d love to talk to you about how we can begin to build a partnership with you, so contact us when you’re ready to learn more, and click here to read more about our offering.