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You are presented with a dilemma because you don’t know what you don’t know. How can you possibly choose an IT provider and understand not only what they are offering but more importantly, if they are competent? In a previous post, I discussed the benefits of using an IT consulting company in some capacity and […]
Your business depends on intelligence. But can you count on your technology? You may not be in the intelligence technology business, but it’s probably impossible to imagine your business without IT. Today, computing technology plays a vital role in the way you serve, work with, and communicate to your clients. Thanks to advances that have […]
If you feel like there are gaps between using email and text messaging, you may want to consider upgrading your business productivity tools for something more capable of handling the needs of today’s new business. I will show you the tools you will need to: Never lose another note, picture, or document. Have instant access […]
I find myself in many situations where a single IT technician can make or break the productivity for an entire business. No Internet, no email, and you can’t print the presentation material you need for your next client meeting; whom are you thinking about calling right now? Chances are whether you have a full-time employee […]
If I were to throw out the term cyborg your mind would probably paint a picture of a half robot, half human being. You might specifically think of the Hollywood interpretations’ over the years, such as Robocop or Star Trek’s version simply called Borgs.
92% of users feel email is important or critical in helping them get their work done and 75% of all communication is sent by email. In an already jargon laden industry, it strikes me as comical to brand the next big revolution in computing as “Cloud” computing. I speculate it came from our friends in […]