4 great tips to make your business IT friendly

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4 great tips to make your business IT friendly

Source – https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2017/05/15/five-reasons-why-switching-to-saas-will-be-the-best-investment-you-make-this-year/#570ee26036dc

We are living in an age where connecting with anybody, anywhere is just a matter of few clicks. Thanks to the digital and mobile revolution, which has literally fitted the entire world in our small pockets. So if you have a strong Wi-Fi connection then you can associate with anyone without any barrier of time or distance. Businesses too are using the digital power to expand their business beyond the four walls of their workplace.

Most IT employees today are on the move, serving different clients, yet staying connected to their company, through the power of digital. So if you have a strong internet, a well-managed network, updated software and an expert IT team to monitor your systems, then you can do business from anywhere, without being physically present in office.

The ‘work from home’ culture is a result of such IT infrastructure. So companies do not have to invest in expanding their workplace, instead they hire employees and equip them with the best of IT support and allow them to login to the companies network from anywhere. Isn’t this a great cost-saving smart working option? That’s the power of a well-built IT infrastructure.

So here is a list of things that can make your business IT friendly

  • Internet Efficiency – Every business has its own requirement, therefore it is very important to first analyse ‘how much internet bandwidth does your business need?’ To make things simple, your bandwidth is a benchmark of all the data that you use in the form of applications, internet browsing, cloud storage and hosting. Therefore based on your requirement, select the service provider, who can provide you with sufficient internet speed that can run your business seamlessly.
  • Reliable Service Providers – Your internet connection should be so strong that at any given point of time you can connect online with your stake-holders and suppliers from anywhere in the world. To do so you not only need a good internet speed but also a reliable internet service provider, who can fix issues immediately and can keep your network running. Also a provider who has the experience of managing different devices would add a lot of value to your business.
  • 24*7 IT Support – IT support is the backbone for all companies, having a great networking equipment but not having a team to manage it, will only lead to a waste of money and time. Therefore companies that have multiple offices should hire onsite IT experts to deal with their tech issues. This IT team is always operational, even when all the other staffs leave for the day, these IT experts are glued to their systems, giving you 24*7 service. So picking the right service provider will is very important to ensure that your IT infrastructure is always running effectively.
  • Local to You – Although IT can be easily managed remotely, yet it is important that your IT service provider must have a local presence, so that in case of emergency, they can send someone to address the issue and provide prompt solutions.

Conclusion

In conclusion, it is always advisable to outsource the IT service of your company to an expert. They not only provide you with the best of service but are there for you at any time of the day. Most of the top executive offices like to hire one of the to solve their IT issues as their Managed IT service provider.

So while the experts handle IT, the top bosses can concentrate on growing their business output.


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Author: Firdaus

I work as an IT consultant in the Toronto area and I love to write blogs about a variety of subjects. My passion for writing stems from the desire that everyone should have access to meaningful information. Whether it is a blog about society, culture, technology, or social media, I don’t want to miss the opportunity of sharing my thoughts with my friends and audience. Since I believe in mutual exchange of ideas, I am always on the lookout for a feedback on my writings.

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