Common Problems


IT is complex and without someone with the skills to help you sort through it at a high level and provide the roadmap, you will get into trouble and that means ‘expense’ and ‘substandard’ ROI

Managing IT resources – people and products – is difficult and expensive – and you need a professional as decisions you make will have to be lived with by all

Compliance Issues – up to date on the latest privacy laws? State, Federal? By industry? Should you let users visit “entertainment sites”? Are you Liable? Should you move to the cloud? Some pieces of my infrastructure? All? How do i know which pieces? What is the payback period for the upcoming XX application project? Am i able to put this in the right form for my CFO? Do I really need this high-powered/High-billing Database Admin on Staff? Anyway i can eliminate or reduce this and retain the same service levels? Do I really have to have a Mobile strategy? Is it important to encrypt laptops and mobile devices? Does the risk justify the solution? And on and on . . .

This is how we are trying to communicate some of the above in an ad recently taken out



The mission of ITbriefcase is to apply MBA-style principles to IT and fill the missing gap traditionally found in small to medium-sized businesses.

By providing guidance, structure & leadership for your internal IT functions, generalist managers are freed from the complexities of this specialization and the organization leverages the skills of a senior-level, focused peer to further its goals.



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1181 S. Parker Road, Suite 100A
Denver, CO 80231
Phone - 720-221-4475

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I appreciated the way in which he communicated the critical factors of a good network and translated this to me in a language I could understand and make quality decisions upon.
Susan LauDirector, Finance & Operations 2004-2007Asian Law Caucus