Big small businesses typically get IT support from an internal person or a small IT department. A big small business usually consists of 50 to 100 PCs that do anywhere from five million to twenty billion dollars U.S. in annual revenue.
IT SUPPORT SOURCES
Big small businesses is where you will find an IT manager or director providing IT support or even a small IT department. Sometimes you may even see somewhat larger scale versions of the same people you find in sweet spots and small businesses. However in small firms you find fewer solo IT workers and more deeply niched specialists.
LARGER SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT
You have to be a specialist to be successful in IT support with larger small businesses. This means you have to pick several areas and get deeply involved.
WHAT IS A MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESS?
Medium-sized businesses have more than 100 PCs and do more than 20 million dollars annual U.S. revenue. They will almost always have IT departments, and you will see bigger versions of the IT sources you see in the sweet spot businesses.
SUPPORT FOR MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESSES
Medium-sized businesses will have deeper specialists. Both the big small businesses and the medium-sized ones will see a wider range of areas for you to look at because they are paying for deeply-niched specialties.
Blogged By: Computer Consulting Kit