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What’s the plan?

With all the changes the pandemic has brought on, have your business costs increased?

Do you have a new IT plan and budget for the rest of this year, and into 2022?

Some businesses are planning long term changes to their IT, thanks to COVID 19 and making flexible working permanent.

Other businesses will be using their IT budget on training to support their remote workers and others plan to improve their security, risk and governance.

What will your organization focus on for 2022?

Will you need to improve your own cyber security measures to include a permanent work from home policy?

Will you require better ways for your teams to communicate, share files and work on projects?

Perhaps you’ll need to invest in more cloud services?

These are all conversations we will be having with our Managed Services Clients. To have our team help you and your organization put a plan together, give us a call at 716-373-3367 x 15, email info@databranch.com or fill out the form below!

Do you need help with your Plan? Let us know!

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