We partner with our customers to co-author customized solutions that cover everything a modern office could need, including:
We focus on making your office technology run smoothly, so you can focus on what you do best!
In our experience, 9 out of 10 companies have undetected vulnerabilities that could lead to data disaster.
This eBook exposes 10 silent threats that might be quietly undermining your operations now — and proposes one quick, easy and FREE way to bring these threats under control, fast.
There are a handful of technology trends influencing the construction and property management sector that are important for organizations in these fields to be aware of.
By gaining an understanding of the shifts that are taking place, they will be better positioned to recognize which organizational adjustments and operational strategy changes they need to make to prepare for the future and gain a competitive advantage.
In this post, I'll expand on a few notable trends I've noticed or been asked about in my dealings with clients in this field, including:
Partnering with a managed IT services provider (MSP) for a Hybrid IT approach enhances your internal IT department with much-needed support, specialized skills and more — without the expense of adding headcount.
Not every business has the staff within their existing organization that they may need, especially with today's quickly-evolving technology landscape.
As Gordon Haff states in his article, Why IT Went Hybrid (And Why It Matters), "it's probably impossible to do everything in-house — and it's certainly not economically sensible."
Haff is right on target, as more and more situations require specialized skills, such as those specific to cybersecurity, physical security, strategic planning or technology upgrade projects. When these situations arise, a company that attempts to solely handle them in-house, on top of their existing workload, can put too much weight on internal IT departments, leaving them less likely to succeed.
Read on to learn how we partner with many of our clients to alleviate these stresses, because your team deserves the resources and support necessary to succeed.
When it comes to IT security, most business professionals today think about their desktop computers — as they should. But our smartphones, tablets and PCs are not the only devices on our networks that can compromise critical infrastructure.
A few months ago, the Distributed-Denial-of-Service (DDOS) attack on Dyn Inc.'s Domain Name Server marked an unprecedented level of cyber intrusion, causing widespread website availability issues throughout the East Coast. This disruption shed light on some of the major vulnerabilities within Internet-of-Things devices, including those that we tend to overlook, such as printers.
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