For every action there is an equal, but opposite reaction. That’s Newton’s third law. You probably already know it. But what happens when there is complete inaction? It’s likely that you can’t expect a reaction. See, you can’t expect to continually avoid investing in your technology and still think that things will get better. It’s just not how things work. But those that refuse to invest in their technology often don’t even realize that something is wrong, until something is really, really wrong. The consequences of being a technology tightwad come in different forms, but here are the most common ones we’ve seen:
Budgets are difficult to manage. We’re no stranger to tight budgets and hard decisions, but ultimately you have to decide how your technology is going to help or hinder your organization. If you’re finding increased volume of HelpDesk calls, more downtime, or network infiltration by viruses and hackers – you really need to consider what direction you’re wanting to move in with regard to your technology. By avoiding the investment, you’re saving money now – but what are you missing out on in the long term? And how much money is that failure to invest actually costing you? You’d be surprised how much ROI you can get by investing in your technology.
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