Whether your organization is embracing the remote work trend and downsizing your office footprint or expanding to new spaces due to an overwhelming demand for your goods or services, there are a lot of things to think about when planning your next business move.
If you are reading this article, you are likely considering hiring an external IT support provider. You may be considering multiple options and wondering about the advantages and disadvantages of working with a regional or national IT provider.
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If you are considering hiring an external IT provider, one of the questions you have is likely whether to hire a local firm or to hire a regional or national provider. It’s a question that business leaders face every day and it’s one that we are asked regularly.
As a business leader, you understand the importance of providing exceptional service to your customers. But what if I told you that good customer service isn’t always in your hands?
Most business leaders are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiency and reduce costs. From manufacturing to business process improvements, productivity, and cost are always top of mind.
Business and IT leaders are used to tackling challenging projects of various types and magnitudes. It’s part of what defines you and drives your passion for success. But, good leaders also know when the organization needs help.
If your organization relies on business with the Department of Defense (DoD), you may need to ensure that your IT infrastructure can pass a third-party assessment for cybersecurity readiness soon as part of the requirements for CMMC 2.0 compliance.
Organizations that work as contractors or subcontractors to the Department of Defense (DoD) are required to comply with the NIST 800-171 framework. Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) 2.0 is the next iteration of this framework.