A little bit of technology can enhance virtually any experience, but you may not always have the knowhow to make the best of that technology. Enter the IT consultant. Peter Franklin writes about the benefits of IT consultants to nonprofits in an article for Tech Networks of Boston. Specifically, he talks about the IT consultants who have their niche in nonprofit work. He says such consultants can improve support tools, reduce inefficiencies, and generally save a business money. Additionally, when consultants assist in upgrading technology, they can also train staff to best be able to navigate the changes. So the bottom line here is that IT consultants are capable of much more than just plugging in some electronics and downloading Malwarebytes.
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