Virtually Unbeatable: The benefits of vCIO
IT management and strategy isn’t just for big corporations.
This is the job of a Chief Information Officer, or CIO.
Small to medium-sized businesses often have limited budgets when it comes to IT, and hiring a full-time or fractional CIO or CTO may be out of their range. Without qualified guidance and strategy, even the most innovative IT solutions in the world can only go so far. This is where vCIO comes in. A vCIO, or Virtual Chief Information Officer, can accomplish everything you would need from an in-office CIO for a fraction of the cost. Or, at least, Domain’s vCIO services can. Before you start searching the Net for services that other CIO applicants and vCIO providers can do, let’s break down what it is these positions should do for you:
Information Technology Strategy
“ The best firewall is the human firewall.”
Planning and Budgeting
Evaluating New Techology
A vCIO, though not an in-house employee, becomes an integral and connected part of your executive team, helping your team navigate IT complexities that may be unfamiliar to a non-technology-centric company. Easy on the brain, easy on the budget, fantastic for the functionality of your business network.
What’s the easiest way to ensure that you choose a vCIO who will live up to all of these expectations? Talk us about Domain being your vCIO provider.
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