No business can afford to have its IT infrastructure hobbled by a lack of planning. As your company grows, so must your IT infrastructure grow with it. This can be a daunting task for businesses that are not accustomed to planning for future growth, but there are a few key things to keep in mind when making these plans.
Businesses are increasingly using IoT devices to improve efficiency and productivity. As a result, IoT devices are proliferating in the workplace, yet many companies are unaware of the risks these devices pose. IoT devices can potentially expose a business to security risks, privacy risks, or both.
Social media has become an increasingly important part of everyday life in recent years. Social media is also a meaningful way for businesses to connect with customers and promote products and services. However, if a company does not have a social media policy, it could be in trouble.
IT is a crucial part of any organization, but it’s only fully effective when it’s used proactively. Many companies only communicate with their IT department when there is a problem. This exposes one of the primary bottlenecks in the relationship between business and IT: limiting the use of IT to repair services, commonly known as “break/fix.”
Why do some companies seem to have the same IT issues repeatedly? Is it because companies are not learning from their mistakes? Or is it because their IT department is not doing its job correctly? To find out why companies repeatedly have the same IT issues, we need to assess the root of the problem.