This is a common concern with business owners. You expect good IT to streamline and improve how your business functions; but instead, it ends up eating up a significant chunk of your budget and leads to frustration. IT expenditure is cyclic – most businesses refresh their major infrastructure every 4 to 5 years. But an increasing IT spend, particularly for IT support is a sign that things are going wrong.
The effect of COVID-19 is being felt all over the world – across geographies, industries, lives, and livelihoods. The way we live, play, and work has changed drastically and will remain so for a long time to come, perhaps permanently. One positive aspect has been how technology has held the world together, and the opportunity it provides to help us get accustomed to the ‘new normal’.
The debate over In-house vs Managed IT services is an ongoing one. There is no universal right answer; the right answer would be to find out what is the best choice for your business. In this post, we narrow down the debate to the important points to help you decide.The skillsets required for the functions is a major deciding factor on whether you should outsource your IT to a Managed Service Provider.
Microsoft has announced some name changes to some of its Office 365 suite. The name changes impact small and medium sized business users of the Office 365 suite of products.What are the Changes to The New Microsoft Office 365?Not much has changed except for the names of the plans (see table below).Office 365 plans that are changing
Managed Services have been around for over two decades now. But with increasingly complex technology and automation of business processes, Managed IT Services are no longer just “desirable,” it is unavoidable and important for any business. Managed IT services have a lot of advantages over traditional IT support services.