Where can I find tech services providers that focus on really small businesses?
becker 1 year ago
Where does a small business of only 8 people turn when attempting to develop a comprehensive strategy for effective utilization of the Cloud? I have found it difficult to locate companies that focus on meeting the needs of smaller businesses; the focus seems to be either on the consumer market or the big business client. Are there providers that focus on the needs of smaller companies like mine, or are they all concentrating on the needs of large corporate clients?
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