10 Reasons to Outsource your IT
Does your business have an external accountant to manage your business finances? What about an attorney to deal with all things legal? You rely on them for their expertise, entrusting that they are more knowledgeable and can execute more efficiently than you. Even if you do happen to be extremely savvy in one of these areas, is it really the best use of your time to be preparing tax documents or legal papers?
Data Storage: A Strategic Imperative in Age of Data Worship
Your data is unique to your business and a huge part of your competitive differentiation. So it's critical to understand how data fits into your business's strategic direction. You must also overcome three key challenges that IT organizations face regarding data storage — volume, the types of data stored and backing it up.
How Design Thinking Can Help Retailers Create A Better Customer Experience And Achieve Their Digital Future
Retailers are in the midst of a fundamental shift. Driven by the need to create exceptional customer experiences and deliver against increasing competition, retailers are turning to technological innovations. So what can you do to create a better experience and design your digital future?
Outsourced IT Support – Putting Your People First
Many companies have considered outsourcing some business functions, primarily as a cost reduction or cost avoidance strategy. Your IT support is one business function that benefits your business by being outsourced.
The Impact of 24/7 Service and Support with your Enterprise Mobility Suite
The story of a large event planning company shows how enterprises benefit from working with a single source solution provider with 24/7 support. In this case, the company needed support before, during, and after the deployment of hundreds of smartphones and tablets. The company also needed their solution provider to respond to an emergency request for devices without any delays. Here’s how the event unfolded.
Is Your Enterprise Network Disaster Proof?
Human error, ransomware, natural disaster, hardware failure … the list of potential threats to enterprise data is long and downright scary. These real threats can wreak havoc on businesses, and in severe cases force companies to shut their doors for good.