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When asking IT for help just makes sense

It takes all kinds of resources to run a business in 2018, but you wouldn’t dream of trying to generate your own electricity or dispose of your own waste, so why worry about managing your own IT, asks Alex Meehan

1st July, 2018
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Joanna Gilfoy, head of enterprise customer solutions, Vodafone

s technology becomes more advanced, staying on top of it and making sure you’re using best-of-breed processes and procedures is an increasingly difficult task. Staffing and maintaining a full-time in-house IT team just isn’t a justifiable use of resources for many companies, and the solution is to outsource the problem to one of the many companies that offer some or all the services needed.

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