Posts by Lauren Sires

Getting You Up and Running: Benefits of Remote Tools

Customers are expecting more out of the companies they do business with. They expect competitive prices, fast delivery, and exceptional customer service. In fact almost 90% of customers surveyed have said they think brands need to put more effort into providing a consistent experience. These expectations include your IT. Whether you work directly with consumers…

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Firewall or Anti-Virus? Does my business need both?

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Most people with any computer experience understand the reasoning for an antivirus, but they might not be familiar with the term firewall, don’t worry, it’s not uncommon. That is why many businesses are shocked to find that their current network security solution isn’t keeping them as safe as it should. Here is a quick tutorial.…

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Key Attributes of a Quality MSP

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Taking your first steps toward managed IT can seem daunting. How do you know what to look for when you don’t have anything to compare it to? What services are worth the price and which ones aren’t essential for your company. While every business is unique, there are a few key indicators of what makes…

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Strategic Planning: How to factor IT into your annual budget

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When working on yearly budgets, one of the biggest mistakes businesses make is leaving IT out of the planning process. Budgeting is about planning for as many expenses as possible so you’re not surprised with an unexpected bill. In an effort to help, we’ve compiled a few helpful tips from our techs to consider when…

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Business is going mobile: What does that mean for your company?

A 2016 report from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that workers would take an 8% pay cut to work from home rather than in an office. In fact, some studies show that people who work from home are more productive and happier than their office counterparts. Desk workers aren’t the only folks turning…

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