Cloud adoption is nearly 100% now with businesses of all sizes realizing the cost savings and productivity improvements when they move to a cloud-based work process.
Assessing your MSP in the first appointment Handing over your IT to a MSP is a major decision. Who do you choose and more importantly, how? While there’s no rulebook that will tell you exactly how to proceed, here are a few hints that can help you decide how invested your prospective MSP is into…
Hiring seasonal staff? Here are a few things to consider from the IT perspective In many industries, there are seasonal spikes in business around specific times. For example, CPAs/Accounting firms, though busy all year, generally see a spike in business around the time of tax planning, IRS return filing, etc., the retail industry sees a…
One constant, no matter what the year, is that new and emerging online threats continue to be developed. There are approximately 230,000 new malware variants produced every day.
3 Things to consider before you sign-up with a cloud services provider More and more SMBs are migrating to the cloud and that is not a surprise considering the numerous benefits the cloud can offer them. For a SMB, the cloud is a cost efficient and secure answer to their growing data needs and IT…
Someone in your R&D department accidentally reveals a new product feature to a colleague in your sales department. That person then excitedly tells a customer, not realizing that they’ve just caused major issues for your public company by releasing important information before it was officially announced.
Getting a sound or text alert when someone has a question on Slack or when a new sales lead comes in sounds great in theory. But how long before those “helpful” alerts start sending your team’s productivity down the drain?
When asked what their preferred method of payment is, 80% of consumers say either debit or credit card.
One way that the office has changed dramatically in the last 15 years is through the use of mobile devices. Smartphones have gone from being something mainly used to get calls away from your desk to taking over a significant amount of workload from desktop and laptop computers.
2020 is upon us and besides just turning the calendar page on another year, we’re entering a whole new decade. The new year promises many technology advances that will continue to impact businesses, both large and small.