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So your idea is now a reality. You have your Macbook Air and an internet connection. And that works…
For a while.
Suddenly one Monday morning the facts slap you in the face: You have employees, contractors, accounting; a project manager that works out of her home in Breckenridge; a developer that's set up in a co-working space in Austin.
The company is growing and you have to manage it. And "IT" is Information Technology.
Your head has been buried in the details of getting the funding, keeping the bills paid, and now you have to solve the technology question. You ask yourself, "What's out there? Are we doing the best we can? How can we reduce friction? What’s working out there in the rest of the world? Can I do all my work from an iPad Pro?"
Ping us. We spend our time researching the state of the art and beta testing the latest software releases so you don’t have to guess what will work for you. We have the answer for you.
Things have gone well. Business is growing, The bottom line is positive. You have employees and are planning on hiring more.
But late at night, you have a feeling that everything is not quite right. Technology. It's changing so rapidly; am I protected?
What happens if that rockstar employee leaves and takes my files when they go? How will I know?
iPhones, iPads, Flash Drives, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, #slack, Evernote, email, file servers, cloud services...
Where is my data, and who has access to it? Is it protected? Is it viable?
ACL, LT2P, IPV6, VOIP, PCI, PII, CASB, IP, IDS, IKEv2, SMB3, EXT4, DNS, PBX, POTS, RSA, XML, PKI, DRP, BCP, TLA
What does it all mean?
Every business has a technology issue that needs to be managed, monitored,and controlled. Plan, execute, monitor, and repeat.
Let's talk about what it takes to remove those doubts and that bad feeling in the pit of your stomach. Get your confidence back.
Silos. Stovepipes. Ping Pong. Fiefdoms. Finger pointing.
Current technology infrastructures contain manifold layers of complex and interdependent process. Much more than ever before. The silos that plague organizations and the constant finger pointing back and forth when issues arise are preventing the implementation of technology. This results in breakdowns in the technology and the data flow.
Inevitably, breakdowns in a firm's technology infrastructure put business data, workflow and secutiy at risk. We have read the screaming headlines of technology breaks that have severe consequences: cost of mitigation efforts, revenue unrealized or lost, litigation costs and judgements resulting in lowered earnings and perceptible damage to a company’s reputation.
The infrastructure is in stress due to the requirements of stakeholders and external threats.
The stakeholders demand higher levels of service, via robust, high performance systems. The shift to cloud computing has driven the business need for flexibility, scalability and agility. Today, key business processes, particularly those that are customer-facing or revenue-generating applications, live online in data centers. Customers and employees expect access to these applications and their data at any time and from any device.
The external threats of hackers, disgruntled employees, and corporate espionage require vigilance, planning and lean execution.
Time is truly of the essence. It's time to ventilate the silos, and reveal what is really going on inside your business.
Let's talk about technology.