Small businesses today are either using information technology to its full potential, or at least plan to. They face the ever-present security threats to their data, servers, web sites, apps, mobile devices and in-house PC networks. The strategies and knowledge required to address these disparate technology problems and come up with viable and affordable solutions
IT support is also known as technical support or break/fix support. An IT support staff is a group of people who offer tech support to companies and individuals who need it. It’s mainly reactive and it creates IT distractions that most of the time could have been prevented. Even though we frequently talk about the
Technology is there to make things easier, not harder. That’s why you need an IT partner that can support your technology while you focus on your business. Law firms are no different. Successful firms know that their time is best served helping their clients. With the average bill rate of $300+ per hour for Lawyers
The healthcare industry and technology are a pair made in heaven. Technology is the backbone of any business, but when it comes to healthcare, it has a greater role to play. You have client information you need to keep safe, office equipment that needs to stay online, and a website that needs to be maintained.
Technology is the backbone of every business, but there are different ways it helps certain industries. When it comes to Real Estate, technology can help in very visual ways. Real Estate is all about the property and showing potential clients how it can transform to become the home of their dreams. In a previous blog
SEO is the process of optimizing your online content, so that a search engine likes to show it as a top result for searches of a certain keyword. Say you type in “real estate” in Google. What kind of searches come up? What companies do you see in the top results? How did they get
When it comes to your IT, things can get pretty confusing pretty quickly. When things go wrong your first instinct is to get someone in to fix it, but do you stop and ask yourself why did it stop working in the first place? Having a break-fix scenario can cost your business thousands of dollars.