Update your IT system before it gets obsolete

IT services and technology are the backbone of every business in this technology driven competitive world. No matter which sector of business you belong to, you cannot neglect the importance of computer support for the growth of your business. You need to have a fully functional IT department able to service all your IT related needs.

Outsourcing IT rather than having it in-house

For a company to grow, it cannot neglect the importance of IT to aid that growth. Embracing the technology is a must in this competitive world as it will give you the edge over your competitors by providing efficient solutions in the fastest possible manner to streamline your processes and cut down on the overheads and make the business leaner and more profitable.

Future-Proof Your Business through Your Computer Network

In the fast-paced, modern world in which we now live, businesses have to keep up with technology simply to stay afloat. They need to make sure they have the latest website designs, the latest software and the most robust security software and procedures available on the market, and there’s so much variety that it’s hard to figure out what your business really needs and what will just clog up your processes and reduce your efficiency, as there are so many programs out there offering options for which you have no need.

Office 365 requirement updated

Office 365 (O365) is the new Exchange Server in the Cloud offered by Microsoft.  It has many benefits, which include low cost and great flexibility and access to your information.  As with everything else in this world, those benefits do come at a cost.

End of the Year IT Planning, and Beyond….

As we approach the end of 2012, it's time to give some thought as to what your IT needs may look like in 2013. If you haven't already, it's a great idea to put a budget together for new hardware (computers, servers, infrastructure upgrades such as firewalls, backups, and network devices), and any software upgrades you have been putting off for a while.

How well do you know your network?

You've worked with it for years. You know more about it than you do about your favorite pet. But do you really know your network? How many user accounts do you have that are no longer in use? Do you know how many times you've installed your licensed software? Have you recently looked into those errors on your workstations?

Sometimes all of those little details can seem overwhelming.