You’ve made the decision to open a small business in Lancaster, and you’re proud of how much the business has grown. Up until this point, you haven’t had any issues managing operations without the need for computer support. It may be because you or one of your employees are tech-savvy and getting by throughout the first few years with your infrastructure has been seamless.
This reality isn’t uncommon but, servers are heavily dependent on new technology and updates. Not only is it necessary to use your desktop software to email clients and vendors, but you must also view databases, run accounting, develop spreadsheets, create documentation, and work on other tasks for your small business. Because you’ve been working without computer support, the underlying question is when is the right time to bring in support?