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Integrated Business Technologies has been serving the Broken Arrow area since 2007, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Remote Monitoring and Maintenance Creates Less Stress for You

Today’s businesses still require a lot of hardwork and dedication, but technology assists with day-to-day tasks, and gives more opportunities than we could otherwise imagine. As such, it needs to be in optimal shape, but what business has the time to see to that? Well, with the help of remote monitoring and management, yours does.

Establishing What RMM Does
Remote monitoring and maintenance is the practice of analyzing the IT a business has in place in order to detect potential or incoming issues before they strike. Once these issues are detected, proactive maintenance can take place to mitigate them, and the MSP--or managed service provider-- doesn’t even need to send one of their resources on a trip offsite.

Improved Knowledge on Incoming Threats
This data also allows the MSP to gain insights into your systems and the kind of threats that darken your doors most often, which in turn enables the MSP to customize your protections to better thwart these varieties of threats. You would likely never know there could have been a downtime-causing issue until your MSP informs you of what they have just foiled--and even if the MSP isn’t able to completely mitigate the issue, as the old saying goes…

...Forewarned is Forearmed
Any MSP worth their salt isn’t going to just try and mitigate an issue without ensuring that your business isn’t prepared for what’s incoming to the best of their ability. In addition to collecting data from your systems, an RMM solution will alert you when issues arise and create a ticket for the issue to be seen to by an IT professional from your MSP. If they successfully mitigate the issue, productivity is preserved. If not, your MSP at least has a head start on identifying and resolving your issue and minimizing its effect on your business.

Keeps Prices Steady
Nobody likes to open an invoice to find a surprise, and proactive management and monitoring helps to prevent this. Instead, with our fixed prices, you can be confident that we won’t nickel-and-dime you for trying to keep your business safer.

As a result, RMM is an effective way to help keep everyone happier, from your contacts--who are less likely to experience technical issues--to your in-house employees who can be more productive without devoting their entire energies to problems that can be handled by someone else. There are many more benefits to RMM, too many to list here.

If remote monitoring and maintenance sounds like it has a place in your business, or to find out more about this solution, reach out to us by calling (918) 770-8738.

 

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