Business IT Services
Today's technology is designed to be interconnected, giving you more capabilities than ever before. But when your tech isn't functioning as it should, what looks like a connectivity issue could very well be a software or security issue. With Marco, no matter what's causing the problem, one phone call can resolve it. Our US-based staff of over 650 certified systems engineers and technical representatives can safeguard your data and keep your technology up and running, so your business can truly shine. Our Simple Solutions and Custom Approach, whether you need fully managed IT, co-managed IT or help with a specific project, Marco can provide it, all while providing you cost savings.
Our award-winning staff of certified systems engineers and technical representatives can supply all of the expertise and the infrastructure you need to keep your technology up and running, and your data safe.
Have you already invested in IT staff and resources? Well done! Co-managed IT lets you pick and choose which responsibilities you’d like to stay in-house. Your staff can play to their strengths, and we’ll take on the rest.
Just need help from an expert now and then? Marco’s experts can assist with design and implementation for networks, storage, hardware upgrades, cloud services and more to tackle specific projects.
Your business is unique, and it deserves to be treated that way. Whether you need fully managed IT, co-managed IT or help with a specific project, Marco can provide it. If you're not sure which level of service might be best, this quiz can point you in the right direction.
Technology has grown more complex over time, making it difficult for an outsider to decipher. From hardware to implementation and management, our experts know what you really need, and what you really don't.
As your business grows, we make it easy to add products and services to meet your changing needs, without adding staff. In addition, our Stax Program uses service bundles to save you money every month.
What Can Your Business Afford to Lose?
DATA - While large businesses have fallen victim to cyber crime for decades, hackers are now targeting small to mid-sized businesses and nonprofits. According to the National Security Institute, the average ransom increased from $5,000 in 2018 to $200,000 in 2020.
TRUST - 59% of consumers reported that they were "unlikely to engage in a business transaction" with a company they knew had suffered a data breach, according to Internet Society’s 2016 Global Internet Report.
TIME - A Coveware study reported that the average downtime for businesses as a result of a ransomware attack was 22 days in 2021. Restoring data, disinfecting systems and organizing PR campaigns to minimize damage all take tremendous amounts of time.