I have always heard how everyone wants to be your one-stop shop for everything in my career. As you know, Amazon WebServices, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google all want to be your one-stop for everything. To the point where nothing they do is good or excellent.
Five Reasons to Hire a Fractional CIO
Small businesses have one person running things at the top, usually the CEO or the owner. This person is in charge of its many executive functions, from Finance to Technology and everything in between.
As the demand for experienced, executive-level technology personnel increases, the impact of technology on companies has never been more complex.
There’s a tremendous appetite for more flexible working solutions. But plenty of companies is unprepared and ill-equipped to support hybrid work in the long run.
Small and medium-sized companies are gaining tremendous value with a fractional CIO.
As the demand for experienced, executive-level technology personnel increases, the choice for companies to contract with a virtual fractional CIO instead of hiring full-time individuals is a great option. These executives can provide tremendous value to any company or organization.
Someone needs to create your IT policies in a company with outsourced IT. Every company needs written security policies, but whom can you count on ensuring that procedures are documented correctly, followed, and reevaluated? Establishing policies and procedures isn’t a function of your outsourced IT team.
With the supply chain at risk of cybersecurity attacks, it is no longer a matter of “if” you will get attacked but a matter of when. You have heard this before but, cybersecurity attacks are not the only threat to your business, and as an intelligent leader, you know you are only as good as your best advisors.