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Five Reasons Managed IT Services Even Work Well for Small Businesses

by | Aug 16, 2019 | IT Blog, MyTek Blog

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What is the difference between a small-medium scale business and a large-scale enterprise? Small businesses have fewer resources to operate with. You may feel that small businesses do not require a managed IT serviced provider. But, that is far from the truth.

Smaller organizations also require solid IT support similar to what a large organization receives. The benefits of MSPs for a small business includes:

Focus on Important Business Goals

As the leader of your organization, you have numerous responsibilities and several decisions to make. But, if you devote your time overseeing matters like IT security, you cannot focus on core business issues. Your time is precious, and it is better to outsource security issues to experienced third-party IT managers.

For example, instead of focusing on different issues at a time, you can delegate specific tasks to the IT service provider. They are experienced professionals who will ensure that your organization is prepared for any cybersecurity risks.

Effective Technology Strategy

Most small and medium businesses resort to repair and replacement techniques when things go wrong. This plan may not be very effective. Without a clear idea of mitigation measures, it becomes challenging to ensure the right approach for your business.

An MSP works with you and identifies your business’ needs – both present and future and chalk out a strategy to put them into practice. The experts at MyTek can help you identify the vital areas of your business, the potential risk factors, and the ways of combating all the challenges.

Make the Right Investment to Safeguard Your Business

Consider these two scenarios: paying to resolve expensive technology malfunctions vs. investing in a monthly plan to monitor problems proactively and solve them instantly. The former is the traditional way to manage IT challenges, while the latter uses managed IT service providers, to solve organizational issues.

While the traditional method was once a sought-after technique to ensure IT security, the second method of managed IT services is becoming more popular these days. Which one sounds better for your business?

Use Time-Tested and Experienced Resources

A dedicated team of in-house IT professionals ensures that your IT security is monitored and kept up to date. Hence, make sure that you supplement your present IT staff with managed IT service experts. This move will help your team focus on continuous improvement and enhanced productivity.

To enjoy secure managed IT services benefits, reach out to the IT experts at MyTek. Give us a ring at 623-312-2440 today!

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Tim Tiller, LMSW

 
Tim Tiller, MSW brings a deep service background to his role at Mytek, having graduated from McDonald’s management training program, fresh out of high school, and working his way up through the ranks in the hospitality industry. He has led two prior companies – Multi-Systems Inc., an IT-focused organization providing technology to hospitality companies (where he was named President at age 36), and most recently, as Chief Operating Officer for Jewish Voice Ministries International.

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