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Single Point of Contact's IT Services Help Integrate Apple Tech for Better Business Operations
As more enterprises integrate Apple products in their day-to-day operations, Single Point of Contact is providing companies the expert support they need to maximize their capabilities.
According to Forrester Research, company CIOs will be pouring $19 billion into Apple products this year. This dramatic rise in sales for Apple can be attributed to its ever-growing AppStore and enterprise-savvy software. With apps designed specifically for business management and other corporate tasks, more and more companies have followed suit by purchasing machines for their worksites, or adopting Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs.
Aside from its full range of Managed IT Services, Single Point of Contact is also leading Apple Professional Services provider. As one of the largest Apple Certified Professionals in the Bay Area, the company provides businesses a way to maximize these versatile devices to improve various aspects of their daily operations.
Specifically, the company now offers service plans that feature unlimited support, 24/7 remote help desk support, 24/7 NOC support, and onsite support, as well as solutions to help companies implement and manage multi-platform environments. Single Point of Contact also provides training and education on the organizational uses of various business apps.
To learn more about maximizing Apple products and implementing a solid IT strategy for your business, call 650-343-8500 or visit http://www.singlepointoc.com/
About Single Point of Contact:
Single Point of Contact is an emerging Managed Services Provider (MSP) that strives to provide the highest quality IT services in the industry while lowering its customer's expenses. The company goes beyond traditional IT support capabilities by adding on-site presence, SaaS based application support, and preventive IT strategies. For more details, call 650-343-8500 or visit http://www.singlepointoc.com.
Page Updated Last on: Jul 25, 2012