We focus on helping Small businesses like us manage their IT infrastructure. At Outsource My I.T. we understand that small businesses do not have the resources or funds to hire an in-house I.T. department or the accessibility to high priced management software packages. We have made it our mission to become that “in-house” I.T. department at a fraction of the cost. Our focus has always been and always will be to help small businesses save money, save time and have access to highly skilled technology professionals and tools.
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“Outsource My IT’s “Virtual IT” Management Services provide us with insight into the health of our network something we couldn’t quantify in the past. The remote monitoring capabilities help us identify small issues before they become major problems and save time and money by anticipating server upgrades. Outsource My IT’s “Virtual IT” Management Services provide us with incredible value and peace of mind.”—Donald Anfuso, AMS Mortgage West Paterson, NJ
“Outsource My IT is absolutely the best thing that has happened to me and my computers. In all my years in business I have never found an IT operation that is more responsive, knowledgeable, and service oriented. I have every confidence that Outsource My IT can handle any tech problems that arise and I’m just lucky that I have the Outsource My IT team looking after my tech needs.”—Lorri M. Greif, CFRE President, Breakthrough Philanthropy, Inc.
Apple is typically thought of as having the leading operating system for security, so this might surprise you – Windows is not only more secure than Linux, but also Apple’s iOS and OS X. Oddly, Windows has been constantly mocked for its supposed abundant security flaws. The National Vulnerability Database did a study which sought […]READ MORE
Microsoft recently announced that they will be ending support of Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015. If your company is still using Windows Server 2003, here are five reasons why you need to upgrade today: No More Updates After July 14, Microsoft will no longer release updates for Windows Server 2003. This means that […]READ MORE