Los Angeles IT Managed Services Blog
To outsource or not outsource IT? For Los Angeles small businesses, that often is the question.Read More
Read this scenario common to small and midsized businesses (SMBs) and see if it sounds familiar: You and/or your employees arrive at work, energized to take on the day, tackle new projects, deliver excellence for your customers, and be the pinnacle of productivity. Alas, something gets in the way of your enthusiasm: slow computers—or, more specifically, a slow network.Read More
Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) in Los Angeles may think that because their organizations are small or midsize, the IT threats that plague larger companies won’t be an issue for them.Read More
Market intelligence expert IDC made a bold prediction a couple of years ago: By 2020, two-thirds of all IT infrastructure and software spending will be devoted to the cloud. Los Angeles small and midsize businesses, as well as SMBs all over the country and the world, are turning to cloud solutions to transform their operations, improve productivity, and enhance the customer experience.Read More
In both my personal and professional life, I seek help from experts on a variety of issues and I'm sure you do too. Here at Be Structured we outsource our HR, we outsource our tax preparation, our legal needs, our low voltage cabling, and more. Personally, I have a business coach and mentor, a physician, an estate planner, and even an online running coach. I'm sure there's many others I missed too. It simply isn't possible for us to be experts at everything and part of modern life is learning where your passions and skills intersect, focusing on building specialization in that area, and hiring others to take care of the other aspects of your life.
In a survey conducted by Salesforce, 83 percent of small businesses do not have IT staff. The number is high but not entirely surprising. Small and midsized businesses (SMBs) often operate on tight profit margins. Hiring an expensive technology expert to work in-house cuts into the bottom line. This leaves these organizations with two options: Try winging IT on their own or outsource to a third-party IT services provider.Read More