More often than not, the IT department is considered to be one of the key drivers of a business. Your IT department maintains the network infrastructure, safeguards company data and provides the applications in use by the entire white-collar staff. Even in a scenario where some of the IT function has been outsourced, all the local hardware and software is under the direct management of the IT department.
If you have any doubt about the value of IT to your company, just try and visualize your business with no IT department – or with the department being mismanaged. It’s not much of a stretch to see how your company could quickly go in the tank if things with your IT were out of place, or at least be hampered so badly that staying competitive becomes challenging or downright impossible.
Technology is a big part of business these days, and making optimal use of the latest technology is almost always advantageous to a business. However, that technology is really only as good as the personnel who are supporting it. For instance, in the hot-button area of security, IT mismanagement could create dangerous exposure to security breaches, and valuable company data might be compromised. Failure to apply the latest patches might be one simple way that such vulnerability is created, and exploited by an enterprising hacker.
Carrying out projects like software implementations or upgrades could end up costing a company far more money than it should, if sound project management principles are not utilized by the IT department.
Supporting the company network infrastructure in a reliable and effective manner is an absolute must for any business to maintain its reputation for reliability. When it’s not handled in a consistent, appropriate, and professional manner by IT, employees will be far less productive, and the company’s public image will suffer.
Your company may not be suffering from poor IT support, but may simply lack the personnel in-house to carry out necessary support for your computing platform. In such cases, your IT service strategy should take into account that remotely managed network services can be a very viable and affordable option. If you don’t already have qualified and talented IT talent in your company, hiring IT services to bridge the personnel gap can be a sound option, both financially and competitively.
With cloud services, offsite backups and even IT disaster recovery managed by an IT consulting firm, your employees are freed up to do what they do best – use their knowledge of the company to help make it stronger and more profitable. Security issues disappear, hardware and software project management are handled by the experts, and your network can achieve greater reliability and performance.
Give your team the confidence of having a reliable IT infrastructure on their side by contacting the pros at JENLOR Integrations. Our managed IT services allow your team to worry about the task at hand, knowing full well that the proper technology is in place to keep your business goals on track. Don’t navigate through the rapidly advancing world of IT alone, give yourself some expert insight by choosing the customer-centered services from JENLOR today.