When your current IT staff could do with a little extra assistance, you need to augment their efforts with managed IT services. From tapping into expertise to the flexibility of using a managed services provider, here are four key benefits to consider.
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CompassMSP, a leading managed service provider, is proud to announce the acquisition of Western Digitech, a regional leader in the legal IT services market. Western Digitech has provided enterprise-level IT support, practice, and solutions to law firms and other small and medium-sized businesses throughout Florida.
A quick online search and you’ll be inundated with a colossal amount of information about Voice Over IP (VoIP) phone systems. We’ve come with four strategic tips that’ll help you decide on a state-of-the-art phone system that works for your staff, your business, and your clients.
Voice over IP, or VoIP, can improve your company’s operational efficiency and help to streamline your communications processes – here’s our 5 reasons why you should consider VoIP services for your SMB, and an overview of how VoIP is taking corporate communications to the next level.
Flood, fire, hurricane, prolonged illness, security breach, or billing error – disasters happen, and there’s no predicting when. The good news is, you can prepare for the worst with a business continuity plan (BCP). It’s time to protect your business and safeguard your reputation.
The truth is that data backups are only useful if they work – when was the last time you tested your backups? Below, we explain why you should back up your data, how often you should be backing things up, and the most effective, efficient ways to test your data backups.
With cyberattack toolkits and methodologies becoming more advanced, companies will have more to defend than ever before.
Cyber attacks put businesses at risk. Managed service providers can help mitigate that risk, but there are tactics businesses can also employ internally, such as managing passwords and educating employees.
There’s no way of guaranteeing that you can prevent a disaster entirely. Instead, you need to do what you can to maintain your business’s resilience. From using flexible technologies through to educating your employees, there are multiple ways to protect your business.
One of the biggest financial losses in a business when it comes to downtime is actually employee downtime – when employees are spending company time doing their own thing.
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