Free Managed IT Consultation, Virtual & On-Site. Get Started Now!

Dominick Fair

Chief Technology Officer

How To Find The Best IT Services in 2019

it services provider

There are over 100,000 software and IT services companies in the U.S. With so many options, trying to pick a single service provider can be extremely challenging.

However, if you own a business, you know how important it is to have a quality IT services provider in your corner. After all, cybersecurity risks are higher than ever, and having a backup plan is a must in today’s landscape.

The good news is, you don’t have to guess when it comes to choosing a service provider. Just use the tips and information found here.

Look for a Local IT Services Provider

When you are using outsourced services, it doesn’t mean they can never be onsite. Selecting a local IT company will provide you with faster help if an issue that needs to be handled onsite arises.

An example of this need may be if your firewall were to fail and needs to be replaced. If you don’t have an IT team that’s located nearby, you may have to try and find a third-party vendor who can help.

Not only could this take days, but it is also going to cost you more money. When you hire a local provider, you have someone nearby to help with any issue right away.

Find a Company With Experience in Your Industry

Technology varies from one industry to the next. Finding a provider that is fully aware and informed about the technology in your industry is absolutely essential.

Some questions to help you determine if you have found an industry familiar IT services provider include whether or not they have serviced other companies in your industry, and if they have earned awards in your industry. Also, find out if they have been certified in the technology your industry uses.

Are Your Servers and Workstations Supported?

Do you have servers or workstations that run on something besides Windows? If so, does the IT service provider you want to hire have experience providing support for the operating system you use?

For example, do you use Linux or Mac OS? Unless you are willing to make a huge infrastructure change, it’s imperative that you find an IT service provider that is able to support your systems.

Keep in mind, the majority of “tech” people are going to be universal; however, expertise will vary. It’s best to find a company that has experts to help with the operating system you use.

Can the Company Scale to Meet Your Future Needs?

When you are in business, it means that you need to have a company that can support your growth. Will the provider you have chosen be able to scale up and down as needed?

Finding the Right IT Services Provider: Now You Know

When it comes to finding the right IT services provider, be sure to keep the information and considerations listed here in mind. This will help ensure you find the right company for your needs.

If you have more questions about IT support, or want to set up an appointment to discuss your needs, contact us today.

Dominick Fair

Chief Technology Officer

Having IT issues?

Try our FREE AI-powered 
help desk. No login required.


Need a quick fix?

No Credit Card Needed

Try our FREE AI-powered tech support

Describe the problem you are facing. Be friendly, descriptive.
Remember that AI can make mistakes.
If you’re having an IT emergency, please contact us.

SADOS AI can make mistakes. Consider contacting us for critical IT issues.

You may also like...


What Does a Content Delivery Network Do?

If you’re interested in optimizing your company’s website to improve page load speed, boost security, or lower your bandwidth cost, using a content delivery network will help.

computer security 1

6 Steps to Surviving an IT Emergency

When you operate your own business, your IT system is your lifeline. That’s why it’s important to be prepared for an IT emergency.

News to your inbox

Keep tabs on what’s happening in the world of technology. We’ll send you new posts to your inbox

We’re committed to your privacy. SADOS uses the information you provide to us to contact you about our relevant content, products, and services. You may unsubscribe from these communications at any time. For more information, check out our Privacy Policy.