More and more businesses are turning to outsourced IT services. And for good reason! In fact, here are six good reasons to consider managed IT services for your company:
Microsoft is a pioneer on the business tools frontier and is always looking for ways to meet the evolving needs of your business.
Many small-to-medium business owners struggle with managing a limited budget with a growing need for IT services. Since COVID-19 digital transformation has accelerated, and now more than ever, businesses of every size need to prioritise IT. Many SME owners and managers believe that it’s more affordable to manage IT in-house than to outsource it, but that’s not necessarily the case.
Protect Your Data — Protect Your Business
Your business constantly creates data that fuels your operations and growth. So, who is responsible for protecting and backing it up?
You may believe that Microsoft maintains all your Microsoft 365™ data. However, the reality is the burden can fall on you — unless you elect to add Numata’s Managed Backups for Microsoft 365.
In 2020 and 2021, businesses around the world had to spend money on IT to enable their work to continue remotely or through online customer engagement, whether they were planning to or not. With so much money already having been spent on IT, some small and medium-sized business leaders may be wondering if it’s time to reduce or simply maintain their IT budgets, but we think that would be a
More and more people are shopping online. With the great deals available on Black Friday and Cyber Monday coming up soon, scammers are using the opportunity to lure consumers into giving away their private information (including credit card details) on fake platforms online.
In our previous series on cybersecurity, we pointed out that one of the best ways for small- and medium-sized businesses to combat cyber threats is to invest in cybersecurity awareness training. This strategy can go a long way in helping employees stay safe and keep a company’s systems from harm, but in order to get buy-in from staff, there needs to be a concerted effort from leaders to actively
Digital transformation has become a buzzword as companies change the tools they use and even their business models to remain competitive in a changing world. According to SuperOffice, however, it’s not the companies that are driving this change, but their customers. That makes sense to some degree, as customers expect businesses to be more available, more responsive and more efficient.
The world has changed a great deal since the COVID-19 pandemic first took hold. We each have a selection of face masks as part of our wardrobe; using sanitising stations is part of daily life, and we have become much more familiar with the four walls of our homes. As businesses have moved to more working from home than ever before, there have been several adjustments to the way we approach work.