The term “managed IT services” is a bit of a buzzword. Since the term was coined in the last few years, a number of companies have hopped on the IT management bandwagon and call themselves “managed IT companies” or have begun offering “managed IT services.”
Owners and managers of small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) wear many hats in their business. These leaders are often well-versed in basic knowledge for accounting, sales, marketing and human resources, and they have a strong grasp on their company's operations. However, few SMB leaders know how to leverage information technology within their business.
In running your business, you are beset with questions: What do the quarterly sales figures look like? How well are new hires being integrated to the team? When will the new product shipments arrive?
Every second, whether you’re watching or not, technology grows exponentially. It grows wider, it grows smarter and it grows more useful to your competitors. You know it’s important to stay ahead, but how do you keep up with so many evolving platforms and options? How do you start implementing those technology solutions for your company’s vision?
For your business, you always need to stay ahead of the technology curve, to know what’s next and plan for the future. You do it to prepare your company for tomorrow and to stay one step ahead of the competition. As technology evolves, so does your organization.
With the rise of mobile technology, many business leaders are asking a similar question about their business IT infrastructure: “Is the PC dead?”
Technology consultants are in remarkably high demand these days. With innovative technology solutions transitioning from “nice to have” to “must have,” IT experts are more vital to the success of your business than ever.Read More