Our vCIO’s (Virtual Chief Information Officer) are industry professionals focused on bridging the gap between your team and the technology they use to do their jobs. We thoughtfully work alongside your team to fully understand your challenges and propose solutions that align your technology with your strategic goals.
Now, more than ever, businesses are concerned about their level of defense against cyber-attacks and internet security threats. Security planning can be overwhelming when you have to deal with things like the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, non-employee access, multiple connectivity options, and more.
We’ve developed a simple process to help you determine if a move to the cloud is right for all or part of your technology infrastructure. It’s called our Cloud Readiness Assessment, and this tool utilizes both qualitative interviews and quantitative analysis of your network traffic to determine what services could benefit from a migration to the cloud.
Still weighing up the Pros and Cons of vCIO Services?
In the age of digital transformation, technology, servers, and even job roles are being virtualized. This new kind of job role is gaining traction as a cost-effective way to provide smaller companies with the senior experience and expertise of an executive role like the CEO, CTO, or CIO. In this post, we’ll weigh up the positives and negatives of vCIO services to see if it’s right for your business.