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Don’t Let These IT Disasters Happen to You: Three Lessons We Learned from 2017

You’re looking toward the future – you have marketing plans, sales plans and growth plans. But do you have an IT disaster recovery plan? Devoting time and resources toward preparing for the worst-case scenario may not seem like a priority – but by the time it is, you could be too late. Consider these 2017 …

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You’re Not Using Office 365 Yet? Here are Four Reasons to Change Your Mind

So, you’re still using Office 2013? 2010? 2007? Well, how’s that working out? Is your team really being as productive as you want? Are they doing the best work possible? And by the way, how’s your Myspace profile doing? Did you check it on your iPhone 4? You can’t use outdated technologies and expect your …

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Is Unified Communications Right for Your Business? Your UC Checklist

Did you know that 95% of people in the workforce say that face-to-face interactions are essential to building long-term business relationships? If that’s true, why do so many businesses put up with traditional telecommunication systems? Unified communications is your go-to solution for improving real-time video conferencing and virtual face-to-face interactions. Whether you’re looking for a …

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Top 5 Tech Tools for Taming Your Remote Workforce

It’s the 21st century, which means it’s not uncommon for organizations to have some workers in the office and others telecommuting from various locations. In fact, according to a Global Workplace Analytics report, the number of telecommuting workers has increased 115 percent in the last decade. Taming a remote workforce is a whole different beast. …

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Four Reasons You Need a Tech Refresh—Stat

You’re not doing yourself any favors by dragging your old PCs with you year after year. Whatever you’re saving in purchasing costs, you’re racking up in indirect expenses. Here are three reasons to stop procrastinating on computer upgrades.