It doesn’t matter when the COVID-19 pandemic ends; CFOs need to start planning for it now – do you know if you’ll continue with remote work, and whether that will call for a different model of IT support?
It may take some time for the world to get back to normal. We’re over two months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and the end is not in sight. And while we can be confident that it will end, when it does, your business probably won’t go back to the way it was before.
Have you given any thought to the way your business will operate in a post-pandemic world?
Other CFOs have – according to 317 CFOs recently surveyed by Gartner, the business world may not change back when the pandemic is over:
You need to consider your model of IT support, given that your ability to work remotely depends directly on your IT support.
In the remote setting, technology is necessary so that you and your staff can:
Have you found that an internal IT team is capable of handling all this?
It’s understandable if your internal IT team has been struggling to keep your staff supported – many business’ IT support processes were not developed with a remote model in mind. If your team hasn’t been able to deliver the support required, it’s likely led to some issues:
Outsourcing your IT services can get you and your team the IT support you need, likely at a more cost-effective rate. These IT companies are already experienced in delivering remote support solutions where applicable and visiting on-site when necessary.
By migrating to an outsourced IT service, you can avoid several expenses that come with managing your own internal IT:
To provide the most cost-effective IT solutions, your IT personnel should attend vendor training and stay up on certifications that expire. These training and certification expenses can mount up and may involve travel expenses as well.
Don’t let your current form of IT support limit your ability to take advantage of remote work during and after the pandemic. Infiniwiz is available to help you optimize your remote work technologies and capabilities.
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