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Plan for the End Right From the Beginning: Incorporate End-of-Life Needs Into Your Overall IT Plan

By Erik Briceno

Plan for the End Right From the Beginning: Incorporate End-of-Life Needs Into Your Overall IT Plan

No matter how much you invest in the latest technology, it will continue to change and improve. It’s important to make preparing for that reality a part of your business master plan right from the beginning.

With proper planning and budgeting, you can turn a problem into an opportunity. Your end-of-life tech situation can become the chance to better serve the needs of both your customers and your IT staff.   Read more

Upgrade Your Technology Without Upending Your Budget: Best Practices for Managing End-of-Life Technology

By Erik Briceno

Upgrade Your Technology Without Upending Your Budget: Best Practices for Managing End-of-Life Technology

When technology reaches the end of its lifespan, the resulting situation can create considerable risks for businesses. But it can also create the opportunity for necessary IT upgrades in addition to routine maintenance. How you approach this inevitable business process determines the difference between continued smooth operations and lost productivity.   Read more

The End of the Line: Getting the Right IT Support When Your Technology Becomes Obsolete

By Erik Briceno

The End of the Line: Getting the Right IT Support When Your Technology Becomes Obsolete

Perhaps you’re old enough to remember dialing a rotary telephone, listening to an eight-track tape or even working with Windows 98.

Well, as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. In a business context, the final stages of a product’s existence — its end of life (EOL) — have broad ramifications for maintaining productivity, ensuring support and preventing security issues.

In particular, end-of-life hardware and software products can create considerable risks for businesses and the data infrastructure they rely on. Having the right IT network support and planning for the inevitable changes are crucial for preventing the kind of problems that can impact the bottom line and your overall business success.   Read more

When the System Goes Down, the Costs Add Up

By Erik Briceno

When the System Goes Down, the Costs Add Up

It’s that dreaded message from the IT department that no one wants to see flash across the screen: server is down. Cue the agitation, exasperation and frustration.

For a business, there’s nothing worse than having network systems go down during key production periods. Whether that outage lasts for five minutes or five hours, any work lost to downtime translates into unplanned expenses.   Read more

Protect Your Businesses From Malware: Know the Common Types

By Erik Briceno

Protect Your Business From Malware: Know the Common Types

When it comes to malware, the bad guys continue to increase in numbers and creativity.

Malicious software comes in a variety of forms. Some are designed to wipe out data, while others want to hold that data for ransom. But every type of malware means lost revenues for your business. That’s why it’s hard to overestimate how important it is for businesses to protect their data from these cybercriminals.   Read more

Your Computer’s Worst Enemy: Malware

By Erik Briceno

Your Computer’s Worst Enemy: Malware

It’s what every tech user fears — malware, those malicious software programs that can harm or disable your computer or mobile device while robbing you of precious time, money or your very identity. In 2017, experts say more than half of American adults were impacted by a malware attack. You don’t want to become part of that statistic.   Read more

Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization

By Erik Briceno

Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization

Most applications used daily on iPhones, Droids, handhelds, etc. are cloud-based. Many are using the cloud already, just not in business environments. But forward-thinking businesses realize that cloud computing offers the opportunity for increased productivity combined with managed costs. The best cloud providers deliver software over the internet, which eliminates the need to install and run these applications on local devices, simplifying maintenance and support.   Read more

Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing

By Erik Briceno

Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing

In business, you know that being focused on your vision is paramount to your success. Obstacles and distractions constantly threaten your attention. One of the biggest impediments to success can be technology — researching it, acquiring it, maintaining it and upgrading it.

That’s where cloud computing comes in. Turning to a cloud service provider to design, implement and manage your technology allows you to concentrate on your core vision and pursue your business objectives.

Simply put: Would you rather your employees focus on what you hired them to do? Or do you want them spending valuable time learning how to upgrade software, run anti-virus scans and deal with hard-drive crashes?   Read more

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Plan for the End Right From the Beginning: Incorporate End-of-Life Needs Into Your Overall IT Plan
Plan for the End Right From the Beginning: Incorporate End-of-Life Needs Into Your Overall IT Plan
Upgrade Your Technology Without Upending Your Budget: Best Practices for Managing End-of-Life Technology
Upgrade Your Technology Without Upending Your Budget: Best Practices for Managing End-of-Life Technology
The End of the Line: Getting the Right IT Support When Your Technology Becomes Obsolete
The End of the Line: Getting the Right IT Support When Your Technology Becomes Obsolete
Do the Math: Downtime Costs Your Business Money
Do the Math: Downtime Costs Your Business Money
When the System Goes Down, the Costs Add Up
When the System Goes Down, the Costs Add Up
Prevent Malware From Infecting Your Computer: Use These Best Practices
Prevent Malware From Infecting Your Computer: Use These Best Practices
Protect Your Businesses From Malware: Know the Common Types
Protect Your Business From Malware: Know the Common Types
Your Computer’s Worst Enemy: Malware
Your Computer’s Worst Enemy: Malware
Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization
Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization
Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing
Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing