Research shows that phishing remains a troublesome cybersecurity issue for many companies. Protecting businesses against phishing attacks starts with ongoing employee training. As the first line of defense against phishing, employees must learn to spot and respond to these attacks.
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To have the best relationship with a managed IT provider, your expectations and their scope of service must be aligned. An ideal IT partnership is based on mutual understanding. That’s why it’s important to know what to expect from an MSP from the very start.
Every business faces IT challenges. The question is, how are you solving yours? If your internal IT support structure starts to fail, it’s time to seek external help. Frequent downtime, overwhelmed IT teams, and cybersecurity issues are all signs that your business needs managed services.
If you’re looking for an easy way to reduce your IT overheads, managed IT is the way to go. Working with an MSP drastically lowers your labor spend, optimizes your IT investment, improves your system’s reliability, and boosts employee productivity.
Staffing and capital issues are the main IT pain points for most small and medium-sized businesses. Business leaders need to think outside the box and ditch traditional solutions to solve these problems. Enlisting managed IT services is one of the ways to do just that.
Does your IT cost way too much to run, maintain, and secure? Outsource your IT services and trim down your IT budget in so many different ways. What’s more, you’ll enjoy the convenient perks of working with a trustworthy IT partner as you cut down operating costs.
Did you know that up to 85 percent of all successful data breaches are caused by human error? Poor cybersecurity awareness is the main reason most employees ignore critical security policies or make ill-informed choices that jeopardize cybersecurity.
The recipe for an IT budget includes careful planning, aligning expenses with business goals, understanding the business, learning from the past, and looking to the future. Remember, an IT budget reflects your IT strategy — it’s not just about the numbers.
Do you know how much money ends up in your business IT infrastructure and how it gets used up? Developing an IT budget is the only way to predetermine IT funding and formulate an IT strategy at the same time. IT budgeting entails so much more than just crunching numbers.
What does it take to hire a co-managed IT provider? Well, not much. But you have to understand the need for a co-managed partner in the first place and what they bring to the table. It’s essentially matching the right provider with your IT team and business requirements.