If you are like most business leaders, internal IT is not what you would consider your money maker. However, if you are a business owner in the 21st century, your business relies on the things that they provide. At Framework, we say that every business is a technology business.
I’ve been a business owner and collaborator with several MSPs before joining Framework. In my career, I’ve worked with or alongside hundreds of customers that have engaged third party vendors to handle technology support and strategy. In many cases, it has gone very well. Other times, well, not so much. Since joining Framework, I have worked with dozens more clients looking for Managed Services, and our team has talked to hundreds, if not thousands.
Are you ready to make the move to the cloud and facing the daunting process of selecting an ideal public cloud vendor? As the cloud services market heated up, everyone from technology behemoths to startups jumped into the market, so now there are many to choose from.
Slack has 10 million daily users. Microsoft claims they’ve eclipsed 13 million daily users. And we’re still in the very early stages of adoption in terms of the toolset overall. For the forward-thinking enterprise, chat has overtaken email as the preferred method of getting quick answers, code snippets or GIF’s of dogs eating ice cream from coworkers. While a communication suite won’t necessarily change your business, it can add a new layer of efficiency in your workflow.
I don’t know if anyone would disagree that these past few weeks have been quite surreal. The entire city of Chicago has nearly ceased to operate and we are living in a period of history that will never be forgotten.
There are many cloud services vendors for every need the cloud can address. But the availability of so many cloud service options to solve for so many business needs, how do you find the right partner? It’s overwhelming and potentially confusing, and we get that. Here at Framework IT, we specialize in strategic technology advising. From our many years of experience, we’ve learned the best practices on how to help businesses find cloud service vendors for your business.