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IT Managed Services

There are many companies and organizations who try to manage their own networks, servers, workstations, maintenance and repairs, applications and websites. This is commendable and may work for a short time but what happens when a major issue happens? What about security breaches which are happening more and more often? What about data loss, disaster recovery or overall design and cost savings? What about maintenance contracts, inventory/asset management or failing hard drives that have all your critical data to run your business? What about when the business grows? It will continue to be more and more challenging to stay on top of everything. It’s not just the thought of keeping everything running. What about preparing for the future?

These are just a few of the areas of concern but there are many others on the list. As a company, have you thought about an overall IT strategy that will keep the business running with high reliability but also save you money? This is just the beginning of the questions you should be asking yourself.

Lets use one example as described above – data loss. When a business loses data or customer records how do they recover the data? Do they have a full proof backup strategy or DR plan? Are the processes and procedures in place to restore that critical data? What if a critical workstation or server goes down or has a major hardware failure? Some businesses can be down for hours or even days depending on how bad the situation is. Statistics show that when disaster strikes, such as data loss, most companies will go out of business in one to five years. This is terrible to say the least but something that can be easily avoided.

At NSI we want to prevent this from happening. We understand that technology is not your passion and your passion is doing what your business does best. On the other hand, technology is our passion and we’ve been helping customers in Southern California since 1998. This is what we love to do and although there have been many advances in software and hardware infrastructure, most companies don’t know how to architect the solution to use it to their advantage.

This is where we come in! We will take your business goals and objectives and align them with an IT strategy to fit your small or medium sized business. Once implemented, you will have the benefits, reliability and capabilities of an enterprise network but scaled down to fit your needs. Using our IT Managed Services will take your business to the next level and keep you competitive in today’s market.

This is why we provide you with a FREE network assessment and analysis to get the process started. We will provide you with recommendations and explain how you will benefit from a properly designed network coupled with IT Managed Services. Statistics have shown that businesses run more efficiently and save money while on managed services. Although there are many more benefits for choosing managed services, we have provided the most common to consider.

The Top Benefits of IT Managed Services

  1. Control IT Costs
    We don’t want to give away too much here especially to our competitors but if you contact us to schedule a FREE consultation we will explain our strategy to saving you money. There are many ways to save including automation, consolidation, design and strategic planning to name a few.

  2. Reduce Risk
    Every business has a certain amount of risk. Financial conditions, competition, markets, rules and regulations and technology all play into that risk. Having a managed service provider with years of experience will assume and manage most of these risks for you. They understand compliance and have specific knowledge and expertise in the world of information technology.

  3. Reduce Labor Costs
    Hiring and training an IT staff can be very expensive, and temporary employees don't always live up to your expectations. Outsourcing lets you focus your human resources where you need them most.

  4. Focus On Your Core Business
    When it comes to small to medium sized businesses, owners know that they have limited time and resources. How can they focus on IT and also focus on their business. An IT provider will help your business with complex IT decisions and issues so that your precious time can be better spent elsewhere.

  5. Become More Efficient and Competitive
    Organizations that try to perform their IT Services in-house will find themselves spending hours, days, weeks or even months troubleshooting an issue or maybe researching a solution for a design or configuration. Businesses doing this will fall behind on the core business tasks and spend more time and money which increases overall costs..

  6. IT Professionals with Experience and Certified
    IT Professionals must have years of experience as well as certifications. How do you know an employee is qualified? It’s important for you to look for an IT provider who has many years of experience and has leading industry certifications like Cisco, VMware, HP, IBM, A+ or Microsoft.

  7. Keep Pace with New Technology
    An experienced IT service provider will have the resources to start projects right away. Trying to tackle these same projects in-house could take weeks or months just to get started. New people may need to be hired, trained and supported in order to get them positioned to start the project. An IT service provider will usually start the project quickly, implement at a rapid pace and can pull from a deep experienced staff to complete the project on time and within budget.

  8. Network Security and Compliance
    As security breaches are becoming more and more frequent, network security and compliance becomes very crucial to any business. All small to medium sized businesses should implement PCI security standards and work to maintain those standards. What if you have PII data on your network? Is your firewall up to date? Do you have a DMZ installed? Do you audit your Workstations and Servers? Many businesses have many ways of performing transactions today but there are risks involved and due diligence is required. An experienced managed services company will be familiar with the necessary compliance standards and IT security to protect those transactions as much as possible and minimize the risks associated with maintaining client data, credit card numbers, sensitive information and the like.

  9. Managed Services Options and Simplicity
    A good managed services provider should have a few options for their services such as “a la carte” or a complete package that covers everything within your network. This allows your business to try a specific service and if you’re satisfied, purchase more in services in the future. This also allows you to budget for these services as your business grows.

The business benefits to managed services (short list):

Please Contact us to find out more about our managed services offerings and low monthly rates.