Technology is critical to running an efficient and competitive business. But as IT systems become increasingly complex, a higher level of expertise and diligence is required to run a well-maintained and secure IT environment. More and more small businesses with limited resources have started to embrace the managed IT business model to help them face this challenge.
Without question, your small business must leverage technology to thrive, grow and maintain a competitive edge in today’s environment. Depending on the size and nature of your business, outsourcing managed IT services is a decision that will be unique to your operation and should be approached from both a strategic and tactical perspective.
As an employer considering a new IT system, you most likely have a few things on your mind. You know that to stay ahead of the competition you need to leverage today’s innovative technologies. And ultimately the advantages of a new system will benefit your business, your employees, and your clients. But before you can realize those benefits, there are some challenges standing in your way.
There has been a lot of coverage lately on Information Technology (IT) topics when it comes to productivity, shutdowns, security, cost, and more. Given the fast-paced world we live in, it is becoming more and more difficult for businesses to avoid costly service interruptions that often wreak havoc with their business operations.
We have an employee who takes care of our IT, and he knows a lot about technology. We’ve been with the same IT company for years. It is not a good time to change our IT. We have issues with our IT, but our IT guy always answers the phone, even if it is 3 am.
Benjamin Franklin once said that “time is money.” Americans value time. For us, time is almost a tangible asset, which can be saved, spent, lost, found, invested, and wasted. This central tenet in our culture is framed from this Franklin quote and for many Americans, wasting time is just as bad as wasting money.
In light of recent exposure to the Target hack of 2013 being attributed to weak passwords, we wanted to provide some simple ways to have ultra complex passwords!
It is a common misconception that adding characters or syllables makes passwords ultra complex, that myth is debunked in this blog. So how do we create a password that is easy to remember, but very difficult to crack? Let's show you!