What are the information technology needs for businesses with 500 or fewer employees? How should an IT services firm address these businesses differently from large enterprises and major corporations? SMBs, by the U.S. Small Business Administration definition, employ just fewer than half of all the nation’s private sector employees, and provide some 37 percent of all technology jobs. Shouldn’t these minor firms be treated as major customers?

This CompTIA research report presents the results of a December 2014 survey of some 500 U.S.-based professionals employed by SMBs. Learn the technology priorities that are particular to this important segment of the American economy. Here’s some of what you’ll discover:

The smallest businesses don’t always have the luxury of devoting individual full-time staff to IT administration or IT security. Download this research report now and learn how your firm can address their unique requirements.

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