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Tech Support – The SpirIT way!

As a Nation, we have experienced many challenges both personally and professionally and being able to adapt how we work to face these challenges is key to the future success of any organisation.

This is certainly the case when it comes to technical support as the landscape has changed and continuously changes. We have seen a huge shift in focus to cyber security which is why we have partnered with security experts to provide the best possible solutions available today.

Our SafeGuardIT support plans are designed to offer peace of mind so you can focus on other vital tasks. Being an MSP to so many great charities we appreciate costs need to be kept to a minimum which is why we offer a full procurement service using trusted partners who have experience in supplying hardware/software to the sector.

Having unlimited access to our support helpdesk and keeping patching up to date is great, but as previously mentioned, this is no longer enough.  We must all do more.

We have seen an increase in requests for effective cyber security awareness training, VPN, cyber essentials certification, cyber insurance, and password managers. All provide an extra layer of security which every organisation should consider.

For many charities, achieving cyber essentials/CE+ is a great way to show the world that you take security seriously and have taken steps to protect against cyber attack.  It can also open additional funding options. Our team here at SpirIT has helped many charities achieve CE/CE+ certification and would be happy to discuss.

Cyber security is not something that only larger organisations need to consider as smaller charities are being targeted by cyber criminals due to the fact many have out of date software on machines and a much smaller budgets allocated to security. If you fall into this bracket then please do not despair, help is on hand!

Please take a moment to explore our website and reach out to us if you have any questions.







Author: Chris Austin – 22 July 2022