Remote working is becoming increasingly common for businesses everywhere. With this increasing trend, it’s important for business owners and employees alike to know what is expected and ways to access the necessary tools to keep business going as usual even when they are not in the office.
Managing a new IT project is a major undertaking. Handled the wrong way, an IT project can quickly turn into a headache. And when IT projects go off the rails, they frequently fall off schedule and out of line with their budgets. But there are things that you can do to help your IT project along.
By approaching each IT network with both short- and long-term goals in mind, we provide solutions to today’s issues and tomorrow’s technology challenges. And the whole time, we keep our core values in mind: creativity, preparedness, punctuality and protection of their client’s proprietary data.
IT project plans are the backbone of any successful IT venture. Why? Because over 20% of IT projects fail due to a lack of dedicated resources, and over 40% fail because company priorities change midway through a project.
Support ends on January 14, 2020, Microsoft will stop offering support and patches for your computer. Your operating system will become gradually more vulnerable to cyberthreats, and that can put your whole business at risk.
Have excess IT budget? The pressure is on. You’ve got a short amount of time to make meaningful purchases. If you fail to do so, the cash is gone. If you opt for something useless, then you’ve just wasted valuable company dollars. Here are our top tips for spending your IT budget before EoY.
It’s not always easy to know how to budget for IT spending when the end of year rolls around. With so much to consider, it’s easy to get lost in the process. Take a look at our guide to EoY IT spending and budgeting, and position your business for success next year.
Ever wondered if it’s possible to reduce your overall tax burden? Thanks to Section 179, it just might be – here’s what you need to know about Section 179, which business activities it applies to, and whether it can save your business money on its tax liabilities this year.
Businesses of every size are vulnerable to hacking attempts, and a firewall is still a valuable tool for protecting commercial IT infrastructure from unauthorized access. Read on to find out more about what firewalls mean to your business and why they should be on your IT planning priority list.