The arrival of COVID-19 in 2020 changed how companies do business. The distributed work environment (also known as remote working) has now become commonplace. Most employees are no longer working in their company’s office space. They are spending most of their time working remotely and almost all of that time is spent on laptops.
As a cybersecurity company in Orange County, BRITECITY has helped to protect many clients against ransomware and other types of cyberattacks. To prevent ransomware attacks from affecting your business in the coming year, we recommend the five following strategies…
When IT-related problems don’t get fixed properly the first time, it tends to perpetuate a decline in your relationship with your IT managed services provider in Orange County. The main reason is that their current managed services company is not getting things done right – or not fixing problems correctly – the first time.
Business vulnerabilities have changed significantly over the last three years. What we’re doing now to protect clients’ systems is quite different than what we did then. Today’s challenges require us to bring more tools to the table, implement more best practices, and put checks and balances in place.
There are many third-party IT services in Orange County. They’re relatively easy to find to fill an organization’s IT management needs. However, most IT providers cannot legitimately focus on their clients’ continuous improvement.
If you are not working with a managed IT services provider in Orange County through a fixed-fee agreement, then you’re paying too much! A fixed-fee agreement will detail and describe the IT services covered so you always know what you’re paying for and what’s covered under the contract.