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Helping clients manage their technology for over 30 years.

Help your clients cope with complex hybrid IT infrastructure support challenges

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Complex hybrid IT infrastructures comprised of network, key servers, applications, clouds, services, data, storage environments, and, yes, users require constant care and feeding to ensure that performance goals are met and systems and data remain protected. Continue reading

Helping your clients close the IT talent gap

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If you have a sense that your clients’ struggles with the IT talent gap have intensified lately, you’re on to something. Among North American IT decision-makers, 75% say they face a skills shortage, and few expect it to ease over the next two years.

How the IT talent gap hurts

Not all IT talent gaps are created equal. Cybersecurity and cloud computing skills are most in demand and there’s little relief in sight. By 2022, the cybersecurity workforce gap will stand at 1.8 million. Lack of IT talent also plagues cloud computing, big data, analytics, and information management.

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Five competitive advantages the right managed/hosted services provider offers your clients

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As IT complexity gets out of hand, the resources and expertise your clients need to cope seem beyond affordable reach.

You can help by steering such clients to a cloud-capable managed/hosted services provider with deep technical and business expertise to help them oversee and support a range of cloud, managed, and co-location services; accelerate application development; achieve greater scalability; and ensure that enterprise data and access to it is always secure.

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Helping clients customize their IT services SLAs begins with this two-step

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With help from the right IT services provider partner, you can assist your clients in crafting a customized service level agreement to ensure solid IT services performance and availability – even for your clients’ hyperscale public cloud services.

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4 best practices that help your clients find the right IT talent

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Today’s quickly evolving IT skillsets – software/web development, data analysis, IT security, IoT, etc. – can be hard to come by. More than 60% of IT execs say they face challenges attracting appropriately trained and experienced IT professionals. Nearly a quarter seek the skills necessary to upgrade existing systems, while 22% need expertise in keeping systems and data secure.

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4 capabilities to look for in an
IT infrastructure integration technology partner

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To ride technology’s roiling waves rather than slip beneath them, many of your clients are shifting IT staff focus from operational support and maintenance to their organizations’ business strategies and innovation goals.

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7 employee-focused ways your clients can defend against ransomware

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As ransomware goes, WannaCry spread spectacularly far and fast, aiming at enterprises more than consumers – but with meager effect on many, thanks to data backups.

Kudos for all those IT people who take their data backup duties seriously!

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Help your clients get proactive about cybersecurity

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In my previous post, I pointed to several top security threats your clients face in attempting to protect their data and systems.

Cyberthreats like app attacks, web attacks, social engineering exploits, and ransomware are only a few of your customers’ concerns. They must also (or will soon) contend with breaches that steal or corrupt huge swaths of “big data,” the risks of trusting IoT (Internet of Things) devices and sensors, and the dangerous vulnerabilities of industrial control systems.
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