LI Tech Advisors has been serving Long Island for more than 25 years. Located in the heart of Babylon, we provide our clients with a wide range of tech services ranging from network security, custom software, educational technology and beyond. LI Tech Advisors strives to maintain intimate and close personal relationships with each and every client. Our services help to streamline and effectively operate your business. Here are the top five reasons why having a Managed Service Provider for you company is essential to operate and securely grow your business.
1. Saving On Costs
By hiring a Managed Service Provider, your company will save on the costs of paying for a dedicated IT team. MSPs are significantly more affordable than having an IT team on site and are much more time efficient, ridding having to invest in focusing on the in-house day-to-day issues, as well as paying for additional training. In addition, having an IT service provider will help your business avoid downtime by keeping all software and technology up to date and running as smoothly as possible.
2. Proactive Solutions
Majority of companies with an in-house IT team focus their time on putting out fires. According to Business Insider, “51% of small businesses cite time as the single biggest obstacle to adopting new technologies.” The reality is, business leaders are focused on growing their business, not worrying about IT issues. By hiring an MSP, companies will no longer have to be concerned about spending time keeping their technology compliant, secured or functioning properly. An MSP will give your business the opportunity to be more proactive and innovative, allowing them to handle the busy tasks of keeping your technology systems up to date and working seamlessly. Your IT service provider will also be proactive in monitoring for future threats, saving you time and money down the line.
3. Access to Expertise
MSPs have experience with a number of businesses and organizations. Managed Service Providers can keep your business relevant and on track with continually evolving technology, support and productivity demands.The truth is, no business whether large or small can afford to fall behind with technology trends in today’s tech-savvy world. As a business, you’ll gain peace of mind knowing that everything from hardware maintenance, software updates, and beyond are covered by experienced and highly trained IT professionals.
4. Reducing Risk
Every business investment carries a certain amount of risk and unfortunately we are in an era where even über secure financial institutions have data breaches. Cyber criminals are targeting businesses of all sizes and every company that electronically store or share data are at risk. By outsourcing an MSP, you are allowing them to manage such cases with specific industry knowledge and constant monitoring. They will be able to reinforce cyber security with firewalls and even employee training on what to look out for online and through email systems. Having a designated team will ensure business continuity 100%.
5. Enable Strategic Growth
In order to ramp up your business you also need to ramp up your IT resources. By having a Managed Service Provider as part of your company, you can easily scale up your IT capacity whenever needed. Whether your business teams need to store more data, conduct more transactions, or serve more customers, an MSP can connect you with the resources you need. By hiring a trusted MSP, you will become a more successful company in every aspect.
Anthony has been in the MSP business since before the acronym existed. Managed IT once started as break-fix solutions and some light phone support.
Since then, he has seen the industry flourish into a landscape of platforms, cloud servers, software tools and AI . Tailoring network configurations and software stacks to the specific needs of each business.
In his current role, he focuses on proactive planning, ensuring clients can avoid potential issues altogether. This involves meticulous planning for enhanced business continuity, allowing swift resolution of any unforeseen challenges. What initially began as addressing "fires" through break-fix solutions has evolved into a proactive approach, ensuring that such issues are prevented from arising in the first place.