Managing the IT infrastructure for any kind of organization can be something of a thankless task.
Managing the IT infrastructure for any kind of organization can be something of a thankless task. You’re faced with a growing and increasingly complex arrangement in the face of budget squeezes and staff cuts. And that’s not to mention the demands of end users and lack of understanding from your supervisors. When you strive to stay on top of things and everything is in order, you’re almost taken for granted. And when issues inevitably arises – along with your stress levels – you’re first in the firing line.
- Which issues are you most concerned about?
- Granular day-in, day-out tasks
- Staff shortages or unavailability
- IT department turnover
- IT department augmentation
- Integrating legacy systems
- Increasing complexity of infrastructure management
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Why is IT Management Important?
Increasing numbers of organizations are putting IT at the center of their strategies. In the digital world, IT departments are tasked to do more than ever and are becoming a fulcrum for reinvention.
Some of the things we can that are at the heart of our Managed IT solution is
- Determining business requirements for IT systems
- Managing IT budgets and costs
- Monitoring safety and compliance
- Controlling system and network security
- Implementing new software, hardware and data systems
- Providing technical or help desk support
IT underpins almost all enterprise activity. Automation, data processing and always-on connectivity have opened the door to previously unimagined capabilities and efficiencies. It may be impossible to separate technology from daily business operations.
At the same time, an organization is vulnerable when systems underperform or fail. A down network, lost data or malware can severely impact day to day operations. The average cost of a data breach in the US, for example, is $3.86 million. 1