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The Real Cost of Outsourced IT Support and Services
The Real Cost of Outsourced IT Support and Services

How much does it cost to completely outsource IT services? This depends on many factors, but generally you can expect to pay between $80.00 to $150.00 per month per user. Most businesses choose to outsource their IT needs to save money (yes! see below for the comparison costs) but there are many other benefits as well. 

For starters, having access to strategic technology expertise is a huge factor for fast growing businesses. Add on better risk management, round-the-clock support and compliance management, to name just a few, and it sweetens the deal even more.

In this article we take a look at what exactly "outsourced IT" means, what it costs, the benefits, and the different business models you can choose from.

CMMC Section 3.6: Incident Response
CMMC Section 3.6: Incident Response

Today we are focusing on a review of CMMC Section 3.6, which provides individual practices for incident response after a cyberattack. The biggest takeaway? Good cybersecurity isn’t just about preventing attacks; it’s also about being prepared to respond.

How Much Should Cybersecurity Cost Your Business?
How Much Should Cybersecurity Cost Your Business?

When organizations are looking for ways to save money, cybersecurity sometimes ends up on the chopping block. For those companies fortunate enough to never have gone through a critical security breach, these services can seem extraneous. Why pay for something that’s not being used?

Unfortunately, the answer to this question becomes crystal clear once a breach happens.