Information Technology playbooks and guides

20 signs that your business is ready for managed services

Any company doing business today is tied to their technology in a way that was unprecedented just a few short years ago. Without computers to streamline your work processes, email for communications, and the collaboration and networking advantages that the web brings, your business just wouldn’t be able to move forward, and you’d soon be left standing by your competitors.

10 Step Annual Budget Checklist for Non- Profit Organizations

A budget is a planning tool that reflects an organization’s programs, mission, and strategic plan. Typically, the budgeting process should begin at least three months before the end of the fiscal year to ensure that the budget is approved by the board of directors before the start of the new year.

Top 9 Tech Challenges

In this document, we outline the top 9 tech challenges facing nonprofits and small businesses. We will provide high-level approaches you can take to help you address these issues within your organization, as well as a link to more in-depth information and tips for each topic.

7 Signs You Need Professional IT Services

Are you always having to deal with problems with your IT systems yourself? It might be time to outsource your IT issues to professional IT services.You may have lasted this long without a dedicated IT professional, but as your business grows you need to bring in the pros.

Tech Support Comparison Guide

The cornerstone to preserving business continuity is to create and deploy data backup protocols for your daily operations. This document was developed to help your organization select the right backup solution by providing information about online backup services and what you can expect from two different types of solutions.

How ASG Support can save nonprofits money

ASG selects backup, continuity and disaster recovery solutions based on the same criteria. We look for cloud-first solutions which are built to be future-proof as software advances. We also look for scalability – solutions that shrink to be as efficient as a company wants and can grow to 500-employee companies. This one-page document provides a snapshot of the different features of two types of backup solutions.

How To Choose the Best IT Support for Your Organization

If you are considering outsourcing your IT, use this quick guide and checklist designed to help you evaluate the pros and cons of each tech partner so you can find the right solution for your needs and budget.

IT Policy & Security Starter Kit

ASG has developed an IT Policy & Security Guide that provides sample IT policies, security guidelines and other tools that your organization can use as a starting point when managing your IT.

Oh, the Humanity! The Role People Play in Data Security

As part of ASG's all-inclusive service, we provide CTO-level consulting which includes helping structure polices and sharing best practices to protect your data. We hope this document is useful in helping to support a culture of data security that begins with the people in your organization.

What to Consider When Migrating to the Cloud

This worksheet for small businesses and nonprofits walks you through the process of developing a cloud migration plan, including assessing your current technology.


  • On-site and Remote Support
  • Email and Communications
  • Work-from-Anywhere Mobility
  • Secure Wireless Networking
  • Data Backup and Restore
  • Network Security
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Server Management and Support
  • Robust Network Hardware
  • Scheduled Proactive Patching and Optimization
  • Asset Management and Monitoring
  • Documentation and Business Intelligence
  • IT Management and Security Policies
  • Strategic IT Consulting

Can ASG save you money?

ASG customers save up to 60% with ASG’s IT Solution with our all-inclusive service and streamlined infrastructure.

Get our free IT policy & security starter kit

ASG has developed an IT Policy & Security Guide that provides sample IT policies, security guidelines and other tools that your organization can use as a starting point when managing your IT.