April 19, 2017
IT Services as we know them are constantly advancing and evolving. Below I've included a few ways you're likely to see Business IT Services changing in 2017.
What are Business IT Services and How are They Changing?
Business IT Services refers to much more than computers. Any business technology that connects to a network or lives via your infrastructure falls under Business IT Services.
From printers and copiers to video surveillance and WiFi, it's all Business IT Services. As business technology continues its evolution, here are a few things you can expect in 2017.
#1 Working Remotely and Staying Connected
In 2017, work is less about where you are and more about what you do. With the expanding capabilities of network availability and remote access, many of the hurdles associated with working off-campus are deteriorating. And it's all being done without compromising network security.
#2 Getting the Most Out of Your People
One of the many great things about evolving technology is streamlining processes for efficiency. When your business technology allows you to manage data and services, employees are able to accomplish more in less time. Processes that were manual are quickly becoming automated, allowing your staff to have greater productivity.
#3 Depending on your Provider
In our new technological age, technology is becoming so complex that the need for expertise is undeniable. With the standard research model becoming outdated and ineffective, you'll see a shift to businesses relying on a trusted technology partner who can tell them what technology will solve the problem they're facing, implement a solution and manage it.
#4 Refocusing Internal IT Staff
Managed Business IT Services allows businesses to hand over time-intensive tasks like updating, troubleshooting, diagnosing and correcting technology issues. When these general IT needs are met by a trusted provider, your internal IT staff are free to focus on projects and processes that add value to your business.
Managing Your Evolving Technology
With all of the expanding technology - and the interconnectedness of it all - having the right processes and people in place to keep everything functioning as it should be has never been more important. When it comes to your business, it's important to have the right tools and the right resources to allow technology to work for you instead of against you.