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9 Tips to Help Small Businesses Balance Their IT Budget

Posted by Scott Breitman on October 22, 2019

One of the basics of running a successful business is to make and stick to a budget. We all know that is much easier said than done, but this vital tool can allow you to see the complete picture of what your small business is spending on IT services. Analyzing spending, profits, and cash flow enables you to ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, business information, IT questions

Managed IT Service Provider Terms to Know

Posted by Mike Hurt on August 27, 2019

Working with a managed IT service provider (MSP) is very different from having IT personnel on staff. They may not be in the office, but the MSP is very knowledgeable and can offer support 24 hours a day—not just from 9 to 5. Sometimes, you may feel like you are speaking a different language. We have broken down ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, IT questions

The End of Windows 7

Posted by Scott Breitman on February 21, 2019

Windows 7 continues to play a major role in businesses around the country. According to Read More

Topics: managed IT services, technology updates

10 Reasons to Be Proactive & Not Reactive with Business IT

Posted by Scott Breitman on January 19, 2019

Outdated, reactive IT services end up costing businesses untold amounts of revenue each year. We are all familiar with the old IT model. Employees submit a help ticket when their computers malfunction, and the IT department does their best to ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, IT questions

Differences Between a Mediocre and Exceptional IT Company

Posted by Scott Breitman on October 8, 2018

Whether a company is improving its efficiency or struggling to maintain profitability, one line item in the budget that often finds itself on the chopping block is the allocation for managed IT services.

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Topics: managed IT services, IT questions

How to Keep Your Social Security Number Secure

Posted by Mike Hurt on May 29, 2018

Your Social Security Number (SSN) enables government agencies to identify individuals in their records and businesses to track each individual's financial information. It was originally created to track the ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, computer security

Microsoft Azure Improves Security for Remote Workforces

Posted by Scott Breitman on March 6, 2018

It used to be that businesses controlled how their staff used and accessed data in the workforce by simple physical proximity: users came to work and accessed networks on company devices, and that was that. In today's more diverse workforce, people want to be able to work remotely and access their resources at ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, computer security

Why Hire an IT Company?

Posted by Scott Breitman on May 2, 2017

Great question.

If you’re a business owner, I encourage you to ask yourself the same question about your own line of services.

Why would any business hire your company to do something ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services

Help! My Computer Crashed. Can I Recover My Data?

Posted by Mike Hurt on December 27, 2016

 

The Blue Screen of Death.

The Spinning Wheel of Death.

At some point, every computer user experiences a crash: when your computer freezes, hangs, or shuts itself down. If your computer ... Read More

Topics: computer repair, managed IT services, business information, data backup

To Cloud or Not to Cloud

Posted by William Stasak on November 11, 2016

Are you thinking about moving your business IT, network, data, and/or telecommunications services to the cloud? This is becoming more and more commonplace in the business world, so it’s a good time to discuss “cloud” versus “local” services. How do you decide which is correct for your business?

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Topics: managed IT services, business information, computer security