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In-House IT versus Outsource IT (Infographic)

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Should you choose to build an in-house team of IT specialists or depend on outsourced IT professionals for your technology needs?

For many business owners, deciding whether to outsource help or hire employees is quite complicated as there are plenty of aspects to consider. Beyond budget and payroll, you need to determine what specialized skills you expect the IT expert to possess. Do you require him or her to focus on one specialization or do you need someone who has experience on a variety of systems?

In addition, it is imperative to figure out your company needs. Do you plan to enlist their services temporarily or intend to keep them for the long haul? On top of those factors, security, quality of work, confidentiality, availability, operational costs, and productivity must be taken into consideration.

Information technology is a crucial part of any organization as it could make or break a business, so having access to a secure and high quality IT infrastructure assures entrepreneurs smooth-running day-to-day business activities.

In the infographic below, Burhani presents the downsides and upsides of in-house versus outsourced IT support. If you are planning on starting a business or looking at expanding your company and want to have a better understanding of the situation before making any rash decisions, this infographic would be an excellent resource material to know about the strong and weak points of both options.
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Should you choose to build an in-house team of IT specialists or depend on outsourced IT professionals for your technology needs?

For many business owners, deciding whether to outsource help or hire employees is quite complicated as there are plenty of aspects to consider. Beyond budget and payroll, you need to determine what specialized skills you expect the IT expert to possess. Do you require him or her to focus on one specialization or do you need someone who has experience on a variety of systems?

In addition, it is imperative to figure out your company needs. Do you plan to enlist their services temporarily or intend to keep them for the long haul? On top of those factors, security, quality of work, confidentiality, availability, operational costs, and productivity must be taken into consideration.

Information technology is a crucial part of any organization as it could make or break a business, so having access to a secure and high quality IT infrastructure assures entrepreneurs smooth-running day-to-day business activities.

In the infographic below, Burhani presents the downsides and upsides of in-house versus outsourced IT support. If you are planning on starting a business or looking at expanding your company and want to have a better understanding of the situation before making any rash decisions, this infographic would be an excellent resource material to know about the strong and weak points of both options.

In-House IT versus Outsource IT (Infographic) - Image 1

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