If you’re considering working with an outside IT provider, you’ve likely noticed that many of them promise the services of a virtual Chief Information Officer (vCIO) to their customers. You may be wondering what a vCIO is and the role they play. You may also wonder what advantage a vCIO will provide for your organization.
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You know that your IT network is the backbone of your company. You’ve seen the stories on the news and may be worried about cybersecurity. You may be hearing from frustrated users that internet speeds are lagging. You may be experiencing some other issue.
No matter who you are or what you have stored electronically, there are easy steps you can take to shore up the security of your infrastructure. Whether you are protecting company secrets, customer information, or product-design plans, there are many ways to enhance IT security.
From consumers to businesses to governments, everyone wants to be assured that their digital information is protected from unauthorized access, corruption, or theft. But how do you stay a step ahead of cybercriminals who are determined to gain access?
When people are evaluating whether or not to work with a Managed Services Provider (MSP), the cost is a prime consideration. Responsible MSPs make sure that all costs are spelled out in the proposal so there are no surprises, but there is a wild card…what happens when you need to add a new employee?
Choosing between similar types of software can be challenging. Whether you do an internet search or compare advertising collateral, if you aren’t an IT professional it can be tough to know the specifics about each option, what it can do, and what your cost really will be.
All responsible businesses keep a tight watch on their finances. Let’s face it, the bottom line is what makes or breaks a company, right? Well, yes….and, no.