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Small and medium sized businesses (SMB’s) can struggle to put a figure on their IT budget. There are a lot of factors involved in developing a solution that works, not least the industry or sector, the amount of data and how it is currently controlled, as well as the various types of technology being used.
Any business worth its salt will have a close eye on reducing costs at all times. One area that presents a particular challenge here is IT. Keeping data and infrastructure safe is important but so is having the appropriate software and services in place to help your business work productively and safely. But is outsourcing
There’s no doubt that IT spending is one of the most important outgoings that any business has to control. Many companies, however, don’t have a full handle on their budget in this area. Neither do they understand if what they have is suitable for their business in the first place. Some business spend too much,
There’s no telling when rising costs can start to get the better of your business. That’s why it’s vital to make sure you budget properly. That goes whether you are a small business with just a few employees or a large corporation with thousands. If you’re a company that wants to stay ahead of its
Technology has revolutionised the way we do business. It’s so much easier to start up a company in the first place and innovations such as remote working and productivity software are making it viable for business owners to not only achieve their goals but scale up quicker than ever before. Having new tech at your
It can be difficult staying up-to-date with the latest advances in technology or understanding how these can benefit your business if they are implemented. Most business owners don’t completely understand what a managed IT solution can provide or how it fits in with the way their company currently runs. There are also plenty of companies
Often, businesses can stick with the same tried and trusted methods or operational approaches because their staff are either comfortable with them or it just seems too much work to change. It can sometimes take a catastrophic event such as the loss of a client or a data breach before CEOs and business owners decide
The majority of businesses today have some form of IT strategy in place. That plan normally goes beyond the standard use of security software and a nod towards threat management. It includes the tools and apps that are used to manage daily work, training of staff to use industry-specific software, and developing protocols to ensure