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How to Choose a Laptop: Buying Guide 2017

Posted by Mike Hurt on Nov 8, 2016 10:03:00 AM

 

With so many different models and features available in the portable computer world today, it's easy to get lost in the marketing jargon when trying to choose a laptop. First and foremost, it's most important to identify how you're going to use the computer. This will help ensure you get what you need and don't pay for features you won't use.

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Topics: buying guides, business information

What IT Services Techs Say vs. What They Really Mean

Posted by Scott Breitman on Oct 10, 2016 10:47:00 AM


IT is a high pressure industry, and the people that work in it must calm people when they’re most frustrated. Let’s have some fun with IT and lighten things up a little.

 

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Topics: computer repair, managed IT services, computer maintenance, business information

Why You Should Dump Your Old-School Backup for Cloud-Based Solutions

Posted by Mike Hurt on Sep 19, 2016 10:30:00 AM

 

For business owners, the only thing more valuable than your business is the data that keeps it running. It’s vital that you back up this data effectively and comprehensively. Many businesses that were early adopters of onsite computer systems implemented a system of automatic or partially automatic tape data backups. These old-school systems used magnetic tape cartridges to create a separate physical copy of your company’s important data.

 

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Topics: computer maintenance, computer security, business information

How to Choose a Business Printer

Posted by Mike Hurt on Sep 12, 2016 10:30:00 AM

 

Choosing a business printer can be a daunting task. There are so many different types, ranging in price from under $50 to over $1000. How do you know you’re buying the right type? Which one is going to last the longest?  Why do some printers cost so much, and how do you know when you actually need to spend a little more? Here's a start to answering all of these questions.

 

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Topics: buying guides, business information

Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity: What You Need to Know

Posted by Scott Breitman on Aug 9, 2016 10:30:00 AM

In our modern society of constant internet availability and round-the-clock global workforces, your business needs to be able to rely on its computer technology to keep your network, website, and business operations up and running. In the case of a disaster—a loss or destruction of data or other incident that interrupts your business—you need to be able to quickly get back up on your feet and into the game. 

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Topics: computer security, business information, computer maintenance

Seamlessly Integrate Mobile Technology into Your Office and Life!

Posted by William Stasak on Oct 28, 2015 12:00:00 AM

As a small business owner, you’re always on the go. Luckily, mobile technology is becoming more and more advanced and easy to use, making it more convenient to connect with your business at all times. But how can you make sure the transition to mobile technology is smooth and secure? Here are some tips to seamlessly integrate mobile technology into both your work and your personal life.

 

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Topics: business information

The Time For Business Continuity Planning is Now!

Posted by William Stasak on Oct 20, 2015 12:00:00 AM

Business continuity planning (BCP) is one of the most critical components of any recovery strategy. Because disasters are so unpredictable in nature, it is important to prepare for the inevitable.  Unfortunately, some companies are hesitant to form a plan because of the perceived costs and complexity involved. Listed below are a few great reasons as to why your company should adopt one.

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Topics: business information

IT Budget Planning

Posted by Mike Hurt on May 12, 2015 12:00:00 AM

For small-business owners, budgeting is an everyday activity. However, most of them will agree that IT budget planning is a completely different story!

How many desktops will need replacement over the course of a year?

How expensive will the software upgrades be in order to keep the system up and running?

Unless you’re an IT professional, you’ll most likely have no idea how to answer these questions! If you're a business owner trying to plan an IT budget without an IT background, these aspects are key:

  • Hardware upgrades
  • Maintenance 
  • Data backup
  • Expansion

  

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Topics: business information