Managed IT Services for You.

Why Managed IT?

Your outsourced IT Department

Business optimized, dialed, performance driven and streamlined will define your IT department when partnering with TechStar IT.

Your business needs to be firing on all cylinders. A strategic approach to technology is essential for top performing teams. TechStar IT has decades of experience and works with you to create a vision and develop solutions that realize your unique goals.

What does the Managed IT department do?

This is a great question where many IT departments struggle.

These are just some of the items covered in quarterly business review meetings with TechStar IT. The questions you should ask are:

  • What is our asset management strategy?
  • Are we monitoring and receiving alerts properly?
  • Are we satisfied with the level of customer service from our IT department? Are support requests being addressed quickly and professionally?
  • Is the network properly documented?
  • Do we leverage cybersecurity awareness training for our users?
  • Do we have a technology budget?
  • What is our security posture, where are the holes?
  • What can we be doing better?

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In-House vs Outsourced IT Whitepaper

Hiring an IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) can increase efficiency, improve the quality of support, increase the effectiveness of services and resources, enhance end-user satisfaction, and reduce costs.

You absolutely rely on technology to help your business run efficiently but IT is most likely not one of your core competencies, so just keeping your systems running can be a major undertaking that distracts you from business building activities.

Some businesses rely on an in-house IT staff for technical support, but this is not always all that it’s cracked up to be. An in-house IT staff is generally only available for IT support during working hours – but what do you do when they’re sick, on vacation, busy in a meeting or overloaded during an IT crisis?