Efficient IT structures are key for any SME

Efficient IT structures are key for any SME

Watch Show 11 of Smallbusinessadvice.tv for expert tips on running your IT operation

Show date: Friday 29th May 2009

Show time: 12pm

Intelligent Server Processors. Built-In Virtualization. Single Core Servers . . . have we lost you yet?

If, like many owner/managers of small businesses, you are simply confused by technical jargon, struggle to get to grips with your company’s IT operations in general, or if you merely don’t have the means or manpower to focus your energies on this vital aspect of running your company, then we seriously recommend you join us for this week’s smallbusinesadvice.tv show.

It is vital for all small businesses to pay particular consideration to their IT structure. For example, how many companies won’t invest in a secure, regularly backed-up server to host crucial and sensitive company data, instead opting to run their company from a desktop PC? Yet the former will reduce business risk and crucially save money in the long term. For many SMEs in this position, they could very easily lose years of data and client information by not having an up-to-date back up, so it’s essential that you protect your business against data loss.

Joining presenter Ian Collins in the studio to show you how to best set up and run your company’s IT operation and how you can work around the monetary issues that can prevent many SMEs from investing in an efficient IT structure is Steve Shakespeare, Intel’s EMEA Business Solutions Director.

If you have any questions for Steve please e-mail them now via the box below and we’ll do our best to answer them during the live show.

Steve Shakespeare joins us live online on Friday 29th May at 12pm to discuss ways you can best set up and run your company’s IT operation or follow the link to submit questions ahead of Friday’s show.

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