Whether you are a business leader or an IT professional, security is likely top of mind. With reports of the latest cyber incidents in the news on what seems likely a daily basis, and new cyber threats emerging regularly, we are often asked which tools we recommend to keep business infrastructures safe.
Business leaders today recognize that the efficiency and security of their organization relies on technology. But most business leaders aren’t technology experts, which can make it difficult to know all of the tools available. Add to that the alphabet soup of IT acronyms and it can get confusing.
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Every business leader knows the importance of accountability. This is especially true when it comes to budgets. Unexpected expenses can make or break a business and it’s important to have a strategy in place to minimize them.
If you are exploring the possibility of external IT support, you likely have a lot of questions. You are not alone.
Controlling costs is imperative for all business leaders. There is nothing more frustrating than creating a budget only to have it blown out of the water by the end of the first quarter.
When you own a company, run an organization, or are responsible for technology, cost is always on your mind. You want effective solutions that will give you a leg up on the competition, but you need to weigh that against the potential financial implications.
Whether you are preparing an IT budget for the first or the 100th time, you are likely looking for tips to ensure that you maximize resources, avoid costly surprises, and develop a technology budget that aligns with your organizational goals and strategy.