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From Hard Hats to Hospitals: How Managed IT Services Benefit Multiple Industries

From Hard Hats to Hospitals: How Managed IT Services Benefit Multiple Industries

Redriver
Published by: Research Desk Released: Jan 13, 2022

RED RIVER’S IMPACT ON CONSTRUCTION AND HEALTHCARE:

Managed IT Services The worlds of construction and healthcare are becoming extremely reliant on technology very quickly. Benefit Multiple Industries Consequently, many construction companies are forced to upgrade their technology, improve current processes, and increase their tech budgets. At the same time, many companies don’t want to have to build an internal IT department.

In healthcare, clinics that want to remain competitive and offer their patients the best care are going to need to take a look at their current infrastructure. However, doctors and healthcare professionals are typically focused more on the evolution of medicine than the evolution of technology, so it pays to have an expert partner that can help.

At Red River, we understand your pain points and the technology needs of your team. Project Managers, Superintendents and Engineers need secure access to their tools from multiple locations and a reliable network that works no matter the job site.

Red River’s customized solutions can offer things like top-of-the-line encryption for a healthcare organization’s servers and email, as well as identifying potential trouble spots in outdated hardware and software that poses security threats. A managed service provider can also offer training to healthcare providers and administrators to avoid any data breaches caused by things like phishing attempts.