Depending on your company, cost savings may also be a factor, especially among smaller businesses with straightforward I.T. needs. Monthly fees for Outsourced I.T. will vary, but for smaller businesses, they are more cost-effective than hiring in-house I.T. staff. Small businesses that outsource I.T. typically pay a fraction of the yearly salary of an I.T. professional while getting the expertise they need by partnering with Connective Computing.
However, cost-saving isn’t the primary driver for outsourced I.T. among all small businesses: Some are more likely to outsource I.T. for strategic reasons: I.T. skill and experience tops the list for many of Connective Computing’s clients.
And larger businesses typically work with us to offload a number of difficult or time-consuming tasks, allowing their internal I.T. staff to focus on mission-critical activities. The ongoing infrastructure monitoring that Outsourced I.T. provides can help companies avoid technology issues, data loss, and downtime. In-house I.T. staffs face budget and time constraints that make it difficult to deliver the level of monitoring that Connective Computing can. This may be the most important benefit of working with us, because I.T. downtime can completely derail a small business.