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How Managed IT Can Support a Pandemic Workplace and Beyond

by Erik Briceno

Managed IT is an obvious necessity during the COVID-19 crisis. But its role will continue to be relevant once the emergency eventually does end — whenever that may be. Many organizations will slowly try to make the transition back to traditional work environments. And just as many won’t, as they have now fully embraced remote working. In both instances, managed IT is essential to have.

Post-COVID, Managed IT Will Help You Get Back to Normal.

If you happen to be one of the few who believe things will return to exactly the way they were once all of this is “over,” you are unfortunately mistaken. That being said, however, it is entirely possible to at least gain some semblance of recovery and normalcy. For those who really want to get back to the office, managed services can definitely aid with the transition back. Indeed, managed IT services will be counted on more than ever before to help with this recovery process. Additionally, many of the adaptations that were made for remote collaboration can be carried over in a way that benefits everyone. Prioritizations can be shifted to allow more freedom for workers to focus on development and innovation while a managed IT company keeps everything else afloat.

Managed IT Can Help You Reshape Your Organization.

This “unexpected global work-from-home experiment” has forced most organizations to accept it as a legitimate option. Remote collaboration tools have been placed front and center, while managers and team leaders have scrambled to learn how to make the most of them — all while maintaining productivity. During this innovative venture, numerous security issues have cropped up, and government agencies have put out several bulletins on how best to resolve them. Coordinating all of this can be a handful, but this is also a tremendous opportunity for re-structuring and indeed optimizing your organization for the future. It’s the perfect time to make meaningful upgrades, and “future-proofing” applies just as much to a business as it does to the hardware and software it runs on.

How Managed IT Can Support a Pandemic Workplace and BeyondRunning a business under normal circumstances is difficult enough. Trying to do so during the pandemic is both mentally and emotionally exhausting. Both you and your IT team could certainly use the help that a managed IT service provides — both during and after the crisis.

Things will get better, but only through collaboration, whether that collaboration is literal or performed remotely through software.

Since 1995, Manassas Park, VA-based V2 Systems has employed local systems administrators, network engineers, security consultants, help desk technicians and partnering companies to meet a wide range of clients’ IT needs, from research, to implementation, to maintenance. Concentrate on your VISION…We’ll handle the TECHNOLOGY!

 

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About ebriceno
Erik Briceño is the owner of V2 Systems, Inc., one of Northern Virginia’s leading Information Technology Managed Service Providers. He is an inspiring leader for its employees and instrumental business partner for its customers. He is passionate about V2’s purpose, dedicated to exceeding expectations and a consummate professional not afraid of jumping in and getting his hands dirty. Prior to joining V2 Systems in 2002, Erik was a co-founder and COO of Ampcast.com, a leading provider of online resources servicing over 5,000 independent musical artists. At Ampcast.com, Erik spearheaded all aspects of corporate development, funding, strategic vision, and business development for the firm. From 1997 to 1999 Erik held the position of Acoustic Systems Engineer for Electric Boat Corporation, a leading defense contractor. In this role, Erik was responsible for the acoustic fidelity of two noise critical systems and components in the US Navy’s nuclear submarine systems. Erik holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and a Masters of Business Administration from George Mason University. When not working, you will find Erik a dedicated family man, raising two young children with his lovely wife Karen. Together, they enjoy building legos, playing baseball, skiing, riding horses, swimming, traveling, and fixing up old Mopars.
How Managed IT Can Support a Pandemic Workplace and Beyond
How Managed IT Can Support a Pandemic Workplace and Beyond