Finding the true value of managed IT services

You are wearing your stylish new business hat visit us. Every penny counts right? The decision of where to invest these precious dollars can seem like a choice between vanilla or chocolate (both taste great, but which is the most delicious?). Let’s take a look at Managed IT Services. Are Managed IT Services just a trendy new trend, and do they actually add value? You may have wondered about this. Let’s go on a quest to find out the real ROI from investing in Managed IT Services.

1. We have all heard the old adage “Time = Money”, but it is much more important than you might imagine. The time your team wastes on IT issues is not time spent working on projects, interacting with clients, or innovating. Managed IT Services helps you fix IT leaks and focus on your business.

2. Avoiding The Unthinkable: Imagine the following: a critical project, a looming due date, and bam. System crash. Or worse, you could have a cyber attack. The cost to recover data and restore your reputation, not to mention the loss of revenue, can be staggering. Managed IT Services protects you from these catastrophes. They can save thousands, if not more.

3. The Magic of Proactivity – Why wait around for a storm, when you can just dance in the pouring rain? Managed IT Services does not only react to problems. It also foresees them. By regularly monitoring, patching, updating and maintaining your systems, you can avoid unnecessary costs.

4. Hire an expert IT team without paying the price: Hiring top-notch in-house skills? The cost of hiring an in-house IT team with top-notch skills can burn a hole through your pocket. Managed IT Services can be like having your own gourmet chef, but without the cost of a regular salary. You receive expert assistance only when it is needed.

5. Scalability & Savings: You business is an entity that grows, evolves and, at times, takes a snooze. Managed Services mirrors your IT infrastructure. You can increase or decrease the number of resources you use based on your specific needs.