Epidemiologists are calling COVID-19 a “starter pandemic”. The world is in a debt bubble and climate change is accelerating. The word “unprecedented” is likely to get used so many times during the 2020s so as to lose all meaning.
No one can predict the future. But one mega-trend clearly emerging is WFH (work from home). Not just your workforce, but every constituent of your business is more likely to be remote — permanently.
The signals are crystal clear and much of the global business community is already following them. We are likely to see “pods” of employees infrequently getting together in part-time spaces and working from home the rest of the time.
Without deploying and managing WFH technologies, the resulting challenges in IT resources, end-user support, security and compliance – not to mention productivity and morale – would be overwhelming.
WFH offers often combine preexisting technologies with a new twist, and this rapidly evolving field is likely to remain a moving target for quite some time due to tectonic shifts in the way we live and work.
Our WFH (Work from Home) offers include:
Over 90% of CIOs rely on a technology advisor for IT, cloud, and telecom decisions.
What do you look for in yours?
The Nerve Center of Your Business
Cloud-based infrastructures have already transformed not just IT but much of the way all business is done. IaaS’ benefits of agility, cost reduction, speed-to-market, key competitive advantage, scalability & flexibility, continuity & security, and future-proofing against business risk have only become more compelling – and the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) remains unbeatable.
We get it. Every company is fast becoming a technology company. And your IT infrastructure is the nerve center of your business. We put on CFO/CTO/COO hats and act as both technology and business advisors. We go well beyond features and benefits and provide customized risk and TCO analyses. We do not “default” to anything because in IaaS, the players change especially frequently. And we bring in vetted partners to solve any ancillary problem standing in the way of your implementation.
There is no “one size fits most” in IaaS – and the devil is often in the details. The only path to creating “raving fan” customers goes through a willingness to dive into the complexity, to remove weak links in the chain, and to ensure full lifecycle support.With 25+ years in IT including 15 years’ running a national MSP (IT Managed Service Provider), inside access, encyclopedic knowledge, and both consulting and engineering pedigrees, we’ve been advising companies on IaaS since inception.
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Our laas offers include: