Data loss and downtime is estimated to cost Australian businesses an average of over $2,000 an hour for the smallest organisations, and even more for larger businesses…
Every business owner or manager knows that the key to business growth is outsourcing tasks that don’t make financial sense to do yourself. As your business grows from sole trader to a small or medium-sized business, you need to take on new staff to manage administrative and operational tasks, leaving you free for strategic planning.
Australia is currently facing a shortage of skilled IT specialists on a massive scale. According to a report by Deloitte the demand for IT workers is expected to grow from 663,100 in 2017 to 758,700 by 2023 — representing a creation of almost 100,000 roles.
The IT landscape is changing all the time but when you’re busy running your business, it’s hard to keep on top of the latest security and infrastructural developments. You might think that your IT systems are secure and you’re exploiting your network to its fullest potential.
What is a virtual CIO (Chief Information Officer), and how can outsourcing your IT save your business time and money?
With the increasingly rapid pace of technology change, every business needs an IT expert, or a team of professionals, that understands your computer systems and can provide IT support. Nowadays, many organisations are choosing to hire an outside company to fulfil this role.