Showing posts from November, 2017

A 7-Point Checklist for Unbeatable IT Security

It’s no secret that cybercrime has become a multi-billion-dollar industry that affects businesses and individuals all over the globe. Unfortunately, that includes organizations right here in Saint Paul as well. However, while there might not be much you can do to stem the tide of attempted data breaches, managed IT solutions can eliminate their impact on your business. #1. Hosted Email You probably can’t imagine running a modern business without email. As the primary means of communication in the modern world, it’s imperative that you have a system that you can depend on. By migrating to a hosted email service like Vodigy’s, you can enjoy better scalability, redundancy and reduced dependence on in-house IT resources. You’ll also have the measures in place necessary for ensuring regulatory compliance. Migrating to an email solution hosted by and IT provider means being able to take advantage of security measures that would otherwise be beyond your budgetary reach.

8 Ways Managed IT Services Can Benefit Small Businesses

Businesses small and large are becoming more reliant on their IT for everything from customer relationship management to marketing. However, maintaining an in-house IT department that’s large enough to fulfill every technology goal of your business is thoroughly impractical. Managed IT services providers (MSPs) are a better alternative. MSPs help you overcome the limitations of your IT department by giving you access to a broad array of talent at a fraction of the cost. Here are a few ways we’ve helped small businesses right here in Saint Paul. #1. Reduce Labor Costs Computers might be getting easier to use, but that doesn’t mean that the underlying infrastructure of a corporate network is any less complex. By outsourcing the bulk of your computing infrastructure to an MSP, you’ll greatly reduce the need for the on-premises expertise needed to look after your technology. In fact, by enrolling with an MSP, small businesses can negate the need of an in-house IT departm