Being an innovative technology organization is important. It allows you to reduce (or even eliminate downtime), reduce IT support tickets and gives you some predictability around your IT strategy and replacing your equipment. But what next? What happens when technology stops being a headache for you? Some might think that that’s the extent of technology in your business. That when you don’t have to think about your technology is when you’ve invested enough into your success. But we disagree. Because while technology is all about forgetting it exists, once you’re no longer held back by technology, there’s a point at which you can use it to move forward. Distinguishing yourself from your competition in the market is difficult - but technology can give you the edge that you need. Are you ready to truly innovate your business processes and leverage the power of technology?
Saving money is important in business. There are consultants that businesses of every size hire just to determine where they can save budget. But there’s something that’s important to understand when it comes to making compromises with your technology. We mitigate risk every single day. Companies don’t have endless technology budgets, so our strategy manager works closely to determine where best to spend technology budget to maximize benefit and reward without compromising security. It is a fine balance. But what happens when the compromise that you’re making is too great? What happens when you rationalize away the need for essential IT security and infrastructure? You might go down. You might lose data. You might even lose customers. But you know that, and you’re willing to take that risk. You’re a savvy business owner that has truly weighed the risk in your mind. But what about what you haven’t weighed? What about the impact of business technology compromise on your quality of life? For those that are currently compromising their technology in favor of budget, here’s how its impacting your quality of life:More
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, you’re probably doing a little assessment of your relationships. Are you with that perfect someone? Could your relationship use a little TLC? Are you starting to feel like the romance is gone? When you’ve been with your provider for a while, it can be easy to lose that loving feeling. After all, there are expectations and mistakes and shortcomings. Every relationship has its ups and downs, but have you taken a look at your relationship with your IT provider? Sure, things were great in the beginning. They were attentive, they offered great service and support – and you really liked the price, but there are a few things that are causing you to question the relationship.
Here are a few ways to tell that your relationship with your technology provider might be over:More