How Your MSP Can Help You Navigate the Impact of 2020

How Your MSP Can Help You Navigate the Impact of 2020

2020 has been far more educational than most organizations realize. This past year’s events have set the stage for how all business will be conducted moving forward. The strongest and most dynamic companies adapted their communications and collaboration technologies to work efficiently from any location. This change enabled them to have the foundation necessary to compete. Will you be among them?

The road ahead still has blind corners, but making the right changes now will prepare you for any twists and turns in the professional world moving forward. Discover how your MSP can help you take the lessons learned in 2020 and adapt them for future success.

The Latest Tech is Essential

There’s a good chance that some or all your staff switched to remote work at some point in 2020. This was a headache for many businesses because of the numerous unknowns. Business leaders found themselves asking:

  • What is the best video chat and phone application?
  • How will my staff collaborate on projects?
  • Is there a way to protect my data during remote access?

While it may have been a hectic few months, the businesses who found the answers to these questions got back to work before the rest. With a reliable VoIP solution, your team will be able to video chat and call internally and externally from wherever an internet connection exists. Additionally, a cloud file-sharing software like Microsoft’s SharePoint can provide secure and efficient storage. With a robust suite of cybersecurity software, your data will remain safe no matter where it’s accessed. When you have the tools necessary to deal with the unexpected, you can compete more easily.

Fewer Headaches, More Success

Downtime is the enemy of any business. There are a lot of incidents that you expect and plan for by investing in technology. According to The Business Journals, the top three causes of downtime are:

  • Cybersecurity threats
  • Power or Internet outages
  • Hardware failure

This doesn’t consider the likelihood of natural disasters or workspace disasters, like a tornado or building fire, respectively. When your organization is prepared for anything, you stand a much better chance of decreasing downtime and getting your team back to work. No matter if you’re facing a flood, the next pandemic or you simply want to open up your remote staff options, you’ll be free to plan your next steps.

Your MSP Can Make It Happen

Investing in the latest tech to maintain communications and mitigate downtime is a must, but you still have a business to run. Are you prepared to ensure your investment is set up correctly and maintained so your staff could communicate and collaborate at all times? With Communications as a Service (CaaS), you don’t have to worry about it.

CaaS allows you to hand off the planning, deployment and maintenance of your communications concerns from the very start so that you can stay focused on your daily tasks. When you partner with a managed services provider, this becomes your reality. They take the time to understand your current needs and future goals to ensure you have the communications services you need.

We Can Get You There

With the right technology in place, you and your team won’t waste valuable time troubleshooting communications tech. As your technology provider, we want you to know how to best use your IT. This way, you can unite your entire staff with communications and collaboration technology that fully integrates with your existing systems. Allow our expert staff to prepare your business for what comes next with the best communications and collaboration technology available.

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