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
Your business is doing well. It has grown and continues to grow. Your systems aren’t working quite a smoothly as you like and the amount of investment is expanding at the same or faster rate than your revenue. You’ve experienced a few minor outages and realize that if you have a more significant disruption, it will impact you negatively. Perhaps it’s time to get some outside help. Who do you
As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate. From sales to marketing, nearly every aspect of your company will need your involvement at some level or another. That doesn’t mean you should take on everything yourself, as your IT functions require more expertise than the average person has. You need managed services to provide you with a level of support that will keep you competitive-here’s why.
As a small business owner, whether or not you consider yourself or members of your staff to be tech-savvy, determining what specific technology your business requires can be difficult without IT consulting. Seeking out professional advice in order to optimize the productivity of your business will have a positive effect on your profits, time management, and peace of mind. Bluwater Technologies can customize solutions for you in order to remedy numerous common
Defragmenting your hard drive is a bit like changing the oil in your car. It’s not something you do everyday but it keeps your system running smoothly and efficiently. It also takes time and is an annoying part of maintaining a well optimized PC. When files are stored on your traditional mechanical hard drive (HHD), the file data is written on spinning platters of silicon in a near linear fashion.