Are you getting a big enough bang for your buck with your current IT support? BIS delivers network consulting so you can get the most out of your technology investment while receiving suitable strategies for your business.
Our expert IT consultants take your unique business into account, so you never feel like your technology is “one size fits all.” BIS can show you how to leverage your technology investment with a solution that’s designed specifically for you. Our advice will bolster your business and put you in a position to prosper.
At the end of the day, you just want your technology to work without lengthy or costly interruptions. Unfortunately, lack of planning can cause just that.
With BIS Technology Planning, you’ll have a dedicated technology consultant who will meet with you on a consistent basis. Together you’ll develop a plan for your network as well as aligning your technology to your business processes.
Unexpected expenses or disruptions from outdated technology can cause a real impact on your business. Although proactive IT support helps to eliminate this, it cannot fix all issues that arise due to old equipment.
With BIS Life Cycle Planning, you’ll receive quarterly reports from your vCIO with data regarding the health of your current assets. This will help you to plan for expenses related to upgrading outdated infrastructure.
Most small businesses don’t have thousands of dollars laying around to upgrade technology. That’s why budgeting is extremely important so that you’re not left with a hefty bill.
With BIS Budgeting and Forecasting, you’ll save money and be able to predict when upgrades will be needed.
Reduce the threat of a ransomware security breach
Everyone can be a target for ransomware. While cybercriminals do have industries they favor and target, such as the healthcare and financial industries, everyone is susceptible to a ransomware attack if the proper training and security measures aren’t in place. Whether an individual user, small business or large enterprise, everyone is fair game to a cybercriminal looking to make money via ransomware.