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5 IT Services You May Need Additional Consulting On

When you invest in IT, there are several types of services you should expect to benefit from. Managed IT Services is a great way to get your organization the technological support and backing it needs to scale and prosper.

It is extremely important to develop/acquire a skilled IT team that knows how to set your organization up with dependable and scalable technology plans and processes. In this article, we will be discussing some of the most common signs you may need additional consulting in your IT department.

1. Lacking a Disaster Recovery or Business Continuity Plan

As an institution, it is vital that you maintain an effective and well thought out disaster recovery and/or business continuity plan. With an expert IT company, you can count on successful back-ups as well as leveraging cloud continuity. When your organization has a recovery plan in place, you don’t have to suffer extensive periods of resource loss when disasters strike.

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2. Your Firewall Doesn’t Receive Proper Management

Firewall protection is a security barrier designed to shield your private network from unauthorized access. Depending on your type of institution, failure to properly manage your firewall barriers could mean a major lack of security and loss in resources. If your IT personnel are currently unaware of your firewall status, there’s a problem.

Firewall benefits include:

  • Securing your private information
  • Recognizing and blocking unwanted content
  • Aid in virus and malware prevention
  • Network security for multi-person environments
  • Shielding your computer against unwanted access

3. Your Personnel Lacks Cybersecurity Threat Training

Cybersecurity threats have become a highly toxic epidemic among technology and organizations. That being said, for institutions that rely on technology for a majority of their day to day productivity, cybersecurity training is an extremely important line of defense. Your employees need to be aware of what cyber threats to watch out for and know how to avoid security mishaps. Simple security training can save your organization a lot of time and money by avoiding simple cyber threat disasters.

4. Outdated Operating Systems

Keeping all of your operating systems up to date is an important part of IT management. When your systems are outdated or left unattended for long periods of time, you become much more susceptible to cybersecurity breaches and technology disasters. Not only do outdated operating systems put you at risk, but they also could be slowing down your organization’s productivity and efficiency by quite a bit.

5. Frustrated Employees

Technology interfacing may be a large part of your employees’ day to day work. That being said, it is important that your system remains up to date and functioning properly for day to day work efficiency. If you have found your employees to be often disgruntled with their technology and use of online applications/processes, it may be a good time to invest in an experienced IT team who can guide you through the process of upgrading to more capable equipment.

Time to Upgrade

If you are interested in expanding, strengthening, or optimizing your IT infrastructure, then it’s time for your organization to upgrade to an expert team of IT professionals who have the skill, experience, and resources to provide your organization with real IT support that makes a difference!

At BEMA, we understand your organization, we know how to effectively meet your IT needs, and we will exceed your expectations. If you are ready to strengthen your technology or scale effectively and securely, give us a call today!

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