Even in a rapidly transforming digital world, companies still rely on their print fleet to remain productive. It’s also common for these environments to be unmanaged as many businesses only pay attention to print operations when something goes wrong. While the adage of ‘don’t fix it if it’s not broken’ may be convenient, it could be costing the company in revenues and other losses.
The information technology used in the engineering and architecture disciplines involves much more than PDF viewers and emailed comments. Project schedules dictate that these professionals leverage every bit of available technology to get the drawings, specifications, scopes of work, and project plans out the door on very tight deadlines. To achieve greater efficiency in the design process, a host of applications and tools enable the fast and accurate generation of detailed plans and drawings.
Health care providers need expertise in more than just medicine to operate in their work environment. They work with patients, advanced technology, document processes, and strict legal mandates to safeguard all of the sensitive data they handle – and they do so in a fast-paced, demanding, and stressful environment. As such, many healthcare organizations choose to bring on board managed services to help maintain compliance and reduce employee stress.
Managed IT solutions outsource some or all of the IT infrastructure to a third-party specialist. Taking over responsibility for this infrastructure shifts the burden of compliance onto the service provider, ensuring that all aspects of the company’s digital infrastructure remain compliant.