Over the next few weeks, Ontech Systems will be publishing a short series titled “The Top 5 Advantages of Managed IT Services” to educate Greater Milwaukee businesses on whether managed IT services are the right option for their specific IT needs.
As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, business continuity (otherwise known as managed services) allows your business to effectively budget for fluctuating IT expenses and minimize technical issues through ongoing monitoring and maintenance of your network.
Rather than dealing with technical problems on an as-they-happen basis, business continuity planning allows you to be more effective in the workplace – focusing on sales, management, marketing and ultimately your bottom line.
Ontech Systems can help your greater Milwaukee business reduce your spending by keeping your systems up to date and avoiding downtime through our full spectrum of technology solutions.
If you’ve heard of managed services, but you’re still unclear what all the buzz is about, watch this short 2 minute video to find out how managed services can help your greater Milwaukee area business.
Here’s a quick snapshot of the topics we’ll cover in this series over the coming weeks:
This week, we’re kicking off this new series with one of the fastest growing areas of technology today – mobile devices.
There is no doubt mobile devices have increased productivity throughout the workplace. Smartphones and tablets provide employees with the power of a full desktop system at their fingertips – anytime, anywhere they need it.
But with this power, comes the necessity for management and control of these mobile devices. All too often, employees are unaware or oblivious to the damage that could be done with smartphones due to the large amount of sensitive company information they can store.
According to the IT professional community, Spiceworks, 60%+ small and midsize businesses have embraced a BYOD (bring your own device) policy. By contrast, just 16% of those businesses have instituted a formal policy for managing these mobile devices.
To address this vulnerability, many companies are implementing mobile device management (MDM) to secure, monitor, manage and support mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and notebook computers.
Mobile device management lowers business security risks and IT support costs by optimizing the functionality of mobile devices while securing and controlling the data and configuration settings for all mobile devices on a network.
Not sure mobile device management is a good fit for your business?
Have a look at some of the most common reasons Milwaukee area businesses are implementing MDM in their workplace and see if your business could benefit from the increased security and productivity MDM provides:
Ontech Systems provides end-to-end management for all your mobile devices including iPhones, iPads, Androids, Kindle Fire Devices, Windows Phones and Blackberry smartphones.
We seamlessly integrate with your existing email platform (Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes and Microsoft Office 365). As your full-service Greater Milwaukee area IT provider, our managed IT services cover a full spectrum of technology solutions, including remote monitoring and management of your networks, 24/7 service desk support for users, and business continuity solutions to ensure your company is prepared for any possible disruption.
Call us today at (262) 522-8560 or contact us online for immediate answers to any questions you have about our mobile device management services. We will show you the easiest and most affordable way to maintain your IT systems for top business performance.
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