Hi Netters .. Your office still manages its own IT equipment? If so, give me a thumbs up. Because managing IT equipment is not easy, it’s like taking care of a baby, everything has to be structured and careful, either way the service won’t work or the device may even break.
So that the things that I mentioned earlier don’t happen to you, Mimin wants to explain some of the causes of problems when you manage your own IT device so that you think about it again to decide on managing your own IT equipment, let’s!
- Lack of Resources
When the company you work for decides to manage its own IT equipment, your company must be prepared for the problems it will encounter, including poor device management, unkempt devices, and slow handling when network problems occur. These problems often arise due to a lack of both personnel and material resources.
- Lack of Expertise
The presence of personnel who are experts in the IT field is needed to fulfill requests and complaints from users. However, sometimes companies are a bit “stingy” in allocating budgets to hire these experts, so that existing personnel with minimal skills are forced to fulfill requests and complaints from users. This will hamper business operations.
- Lack of Information
Lack of information in the IT sector greatly affects the effectiveness of IT management. In the world of IT, technology is growing very fast every day, technology that you used to struggle to master now may have been abandoned, because there is a new technology that offers the same service but is easy to implement. Well, the lack of information related to technological developments will result in obstruction of the management and maintenance process for IT devices.
- Lack of Time
If your company is not in the IT field, chances are that the devices that are being maintained will not be well maintained, because your company has no concern for maintaining IT devices and is too focused on the business being run.
- Lack of Training
In maintaining IT equipment, the qualified skills of each personnel are needed. To achieve that, training is one way to improve these skills. But again, sometimes companies are a bit “stingy” in allocating budgets for training their IT personnel.