How to Setup a Distributed Team for Success | Part 2

By April 21, 2020September 23rd, 2020Blog, Managed Services, Remote Working

Creating Efficiencies for Distributed Teams with Managed Services

In part 1 of this 3-part blog series we explored the benefits of Unified Communications. For part 2, we will dive into efficiencies that come from using Managed Services.

Planning as though your entire workforce is remote can help to create the most opportunity with managed services from anywhere.

In an office setting securing corporate assets is a given, but it’s important for employees working from home too. To maximize business efficiencies, managing office and remote employees should be the same amount of effort for an IT department. 

This synergy is possible with good planning and foresight with Managed Services solutions. These services can streamline IT efforts, enabling businesses to secure corporate assets in a remote environment the same way you would if directly on your network.

It’s important to find a Managed Service solution that doesn’t require your IT department to manage the network from an office. Planning as though your entire workforce is remote, can help to create the most opportunity with managed services from anywhere. 

While there are some upfront costs associated with implementing a managed solution, these costs are quickly recovered by operational efficiencies through time savings and reduced security risks. It only takes one expensive and highly-functioning employee unable to work for a day – or one security breach – to cover any additional set-up costs. 

iTel is a national provider of business services, including voice, connectivity, networking and cloud. With most of our own team working remotely, we have the experience needed to build you the right solution. Talk to us today about our robust Managed Services offering – including Managed Work from Home solutions.

Talk to us today about our robust Managed Services offering – including Managed Work from Home solutions for distributed teams.