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IT Help Desk Bottlenecks: 5 Reasons Your In-House Help Desk Just Doesn't Cut It! [SlideShare]

Posted July 23, 2014by Mary McCoy


A service desk is a single point of contact designed to help connect end users with IT administrators, and ensure that incidents and service requests are handled appropriately and in a timely manner. A service desk can help restore disruptions in service quality or availability, assist with change/release management and migration projects, and provide technical support relating to a number of essential IT functions. That's why we insist that these IT help desks are crucial for your business. Managing your service desk in-house, however, is not without its own challenges. Why not offload that burden?

Here are 5 in-house IT help desk bottlenecks sucking the life out of your MSP business…


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Meet Mary! Mary McCoy is a Senior Demand Generation Programs Manager at Continuum, where she's worked for over two years. Mary has consulted with hundreds of partners, lending website, blog and social media support. Before that, she graduated from the University of Virginia (Wahoowa!) with a BA in Economics and served as digital marketing intern for Citi Performing Arts Center (Citi Center), spearheading the nonprofit’s #GivingTuesday social media campaign. Like her school’s founder, Thomas Jefferson, Mary believes learning never ends. She considers herself a passionate, lifelong student of content creation and inbound marketing.

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