Savvy companies understand that leveraging the latest technologies can keep them one, perhaps even several steps, ahead of the competition. The key is to select those technologies that are proven to provide the best return for one’s investment. In this post, we will outline 5 concepts every company will want to consider as they create a comprehensive technology budget that works best for them. Hire the Experts The old adage
Team projects frequently require regular and sometimes even intensive communication between team members. It is often difficult however, to find the time and the meeting space to bring everyone together. This is just one of the reasons why Microsoft developed their Microsoft Teams application. Their Teams application provides an easy mechanism for project members to easily collaborate with each other; all from the convenience of their own desk or even
One of the biggest threats to any company’s IT infrastructure, albeit an unintentional threat, is that company’s employees. It isn’t all that uncommon for a company’s employees to end up accidentally helping out criminals or compromising the company’s IT security just by doing what they consider to be completely normal activities. When employees use their devices to access a company network so they can check their email, download files, etc.
Technology is always moving and advancing forward of course, but the roll-out of 5G mobile and data communication promises to introduce an exponential shift in how people live their lives, as well as how companies will operate their organization. Although in 2019 the roll-outs will be limited to some select larger cities, a more comprehensive roll-out is expected for 2020. Now is the ideal time for companies to learn more
2019 promises to be a breakout year for the technology industry, with exciting advances in concepts such as machine learning and AI. However, 2019 is also a year that promises to exhibit some major disruptors, or challenges, especially as they relate to MSP (managed service providers). Only the Strong Will Survive As organizational dependency on technology continues to grow and technology itself becomes increasingly complex, MSPs that lean toward complacency