3 Signs It’s Time To Hire Professional Office IT Help

April 26, 2018Manhattan Tech Support

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Cloud technology is being implemented across countless business sectors due to its versatility and storage capabilities. Of course, one caveat of investing in cloud software such as Office 365 is knowing how to keep up with routine IT maintenance. It’s easy to hear about your Office 365 support options when you’re getting office tech help. Here are just a few signs your business is expanding to the point where it’s time to hire additional IT support.

Increasingly Complex IT Needs

A growing business will inevitably be faced with increasingly complicated needs when it comes to properly managing your IT department. Over time, you’ll realize that it’s getting too difficult to keep up with all the IT tasks surrounding maintenance, security, compliance, and more. Fortunately, you can get all of the office tech help your business needs that’s within reach and accessible when you need it most.

Not Enough Time

Similarly, even if your IT department understands what they need to about cloud computing and Office support, there’s a very high likelihood of them falling behind due to time restraints. As your business grows, your IT needs will grow as well, and if you don’t figure out a way to account for the overflow, you’ll have nothing but frustrated, overworked employees and an IT infrastructure that’s still severely lacking. Plus, companies often don’t have the budgets to hire new full-time employees for their IT department. What’s the solution? Get your company’s IT needs back on track and taken care of in a timely manner by investing in Office 365 support that only has your business’s best interests in mind.

Ongoing Security Issues

Finally, it’s a good idea to consider professional IT support if your business has had repeated security breaches. This may not always be a sign that your business is growing, but security breaches do sometimes occur more often in growing businesses that haven’t had the resources to boost their IT security on their own.

Ultimately, a study by BitGlass reports that Office 365 went from 7.7% penetration in 2014 to 25% in 2015. Understanding these signs can help you determine whether or not it’s time for your business to invest in professional IT services. For more information about Office 365 support, contact Manhattan Tech Support.

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