10/04/2018 - Corbel
Your business is booming, you’ve got plans to take on new staff to deal with all those extra contracts and customers. It’s a good feeling to know that you’re doing something right. Before you take on those much-needed new staff, welcome those new customers and contracts, Corbel is here to take you through the key ways your IT infrastructure needs to be able to support your growth. Does yours pass the test?
Getting IT running now saves stumbling later
Those extra desks in the office will place a greater demand on your systems. Have you done a cost forecast of your future IT requirements? If not, now is the best time to do so, before you find your success hamstrung by overstretched infrastructure, frustrated customers, and hardware shortages.
Understanding the IT costs of taking on a new employee
Can your IT infrastructure cope with new customers?
Make sure you’re secure as you grow
Loose lips sink ships, and the more people you bring into your organisation, the more you need to be sure your critical data is secure against modern day threats such as hackers, malware and ransomware.
Are your IT systems flexible enough to recruit the right talent?
Does your ideal Sales Manager candidate need to work from home once a week? Does the awesome Project Manager you want to recruit prefer to work later into the evening, which is when your backup is running? How about that Finance Controller who permanently works remotely and will need a video calling solution to talk to your directors?
Growing your business with talented new staff can mean your IT needs to adapt. Can it?
Could your IT infrastructure pass the Corbel growth stress test? If not, or you’re not sure about the answers to any of these questions, visit www.corbel.co.uk to find out about an IT solution that fits your budget, and fuels your success.