IT is the core of business development. Enterprise IT ties together all the essential business processes from sales, inventory, and financial management to marketing. Co-managed IT services can expand your IT coverage and technical support framework to empower business growth.
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Managed services are growing in popularity, with the global market expected to reach more than $200 billion by the end of 2020. But what if you already have an in-house IT team you don’t wish to replace? That’s where co-managed services come in. Find out how they generate ROI in this post.
Businesses are more reliant on technology than ever before, and cybersecurity has never been more important. But more IT means more IT issues. That’s where co-managed services come into play. Let’s take a look at co-managed services, their benefits, and how they can improve your security posture.
Your network is critical for your business, and network problems and downtime can be costly. However, good network management involves constant, time-consuming monitoring that is best left to an external co-managed service partner.
Co-managed IT lets you keep control of your IT infrastructure while absorbing the tasks that your in-house staff lacks the time or skills to complete. Basically, co-managed IT services augment your IT department with new skill sets and a capable workforce.
Co-managed IT lets you keep your in-house IT team while still enjoying the many benefits of outsourcing IT support services. At times, you may need both external assistance and close-range support to meet your IT objectives — co-managed IT makes that possible.
Are you ready to reopen your office or workspace after COVID-19? Don’t worry — below, we take you through the key steps to transitioning back to office life after remote working, including how to address technology concerns and how to prepare your staff for their return.
With more people working remotely than ever before, communication platforms have become essential tools. Our favorite communication platforms, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Apple’s FaceTime are great for keeping teams connected and maintaining high levels of productivity.
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Have you made the necessary security preparations to facilitate a smooth transition from an on-site workplace to remote working? Security is a priority concern when collaborating with remote employees, considering that you have limited control over critical security details.