As businesses mature, questions arise such as who should be permitted to access what systems? How should we address a departing employee? What should we do in a worst case scenario? We will not only craft best in class practices from data access to disaster recovery, but will train key personnel.
NextStep offers an array of talent management services. We interview prospective hires, deliver performance assessments of in-house staff, lead recruiting efforts, etc.
NextStep Technology Solutions, LLC is a company that removes the confusion and bridges the gap between the business and the technology, along with enhancing security and regulatory compliance.
Technology at its best should increase employee output. Most companies view their IT department purely as a cost driver. What if via technology, employees could produce more with less? We partner with senior leadership to identify technology capital and operating expense specifically designed to boost revenue per employee.
We are product independent and will work with multiple resellers to negotiate the best price on your behalf. We receive no financial benefit from any vendor transactions. We will source the best vendor for the service or equipment in need, negotiate pricing on your behalf and manage the vendor through delivery.
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We install an outsourced CIO to serve as your advocate and business strategist. This expert will align your business needs with technology solutions.
We have over 20 years of managing I.T. projects ranging in size from $5k to $5M. With our proprietary project management framework, we’ll get the scope right, relentlessly hold all stakeholders accountable and ensure timely delivery.
We provide an exhaustive review of the current state of affairs and develop a roadmap towards good governance. Owners need to understand whether their systems and equipment are sound; and if not, what are the gaps to be addressed.
NextStep can provide end-user training sessions as part of employee orientation or part of a quarterly, semi-annual or annual training.
Training topic examples:
Identification of security vulnerabilities (e-mail phishing, etc)
Review of legal requirements (HIPAA, PCI, State Privacy Laws, etc)