What is a vCIO?
Depending on your organization’s needs, a vCIO comes in three forms. The virtual Chief Information Officer is a consultant, a third-party vendor, or a company that offers vCIO services in place of a hired CIO. When a business or organization is not able to hire a full-time executive for the role, the best alternative is partnering with a provider, like Baroan Technologies.
What Does A vCIO Do?
A vCIO primarily operates remotely and offers strategic IT support, expertise, and leadership. The virtual officer reviews your technology, studying your IT infrastructure, and vendor management. From their assessments, recommendations regarding technology operations, costs, and hardware retirement options are brought to your management team’s attention. For a small to medium-sized business that partners with a vCIO, they typically gain a competitive advantage.
What are Baroan Technologies vCIO Services Goal?
Our IT consultants are well-versed with every type of business technology. Our vCIO services team meeting goal is to align your business strategy with favorable and profitable technology solutions. Our consultants will recommend the best approach for your business that matches your IT with your organizational goals.
How To Get Considerable Growth in Your Business?
vCIO services from Baroan Technologies give you conclusive insights and long overdue answers on how to apply the best technology solutions that will achieve your business goals. Our vCIO teams will point you and your management team to areas where IT operating costs can be cut or reduced. You will discover if your current technology is efficient, useful, or obsolete.
What Gets Covered In Our vCIO Services Meetings?
The meetings are called BizTech Reviews ® . You, your key personnel, and our virtual Chief Information Officer will meet and collaborate. When we gather quarterly, there are several vital areas we need to review together. Below is a list of areas in your business we will address.
- Asset Management: Review the state of your hardware and software, their lifecycle, and the quality of your network architecture.
- Data Protection: Review and help with your backup strategy, disaster recovery, and business continuity planning.
- Security: Review the current state of your system security, vulnerability scans, compliance review, and assistance, as well as best-practice reviews to ensure dependability.
- Productivity Audit: Review organization structure, current workflows, identify, document, and automate processes, information management, and reporting.
- Vendor Management: Review your current costs and provide guidance for data lines, phone lines, business software, print management, domain, and websites.
- Historical Review: Ensure comprehensive reporting of all past activity, investments, and expenditures.