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Can You Future-Proof Your Business Technology Investments?

Posted by Mark Jennings - October 05, 2018 - Managed IT

It’s impossible to look into a crystal ball and glimpse what the future of business technology holds. But we can analyze current trends, monitor new advancements, and create a plan for staying ahead of the curve.

 As your company continues to grow, there is a risk that your technology investments will become outdated and irrelevant over time.

While it is inevitable that companies eventually outgrow their current technology requirements, there are a few strategies you can use to make sure your business is ready to adapt.

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4 Steps to Smoothly Implement New Business Technology

Posted by Mark Jennings - September 26, 2018 - Managed IT

Once you’ve created an IT roadmap for success at your organization, the next step is implementing the new technology solutions you’ve selected. without a proper technology implementation strategy, new investments in software and hardware solutions may not bring the value you're hoping for.   

To maximize the effectiveness of your new technology integration, there are important considerations before, during, and after upgrading your systems. Here are four steps to smoothly implement your new business technology.

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Office 365: Why Continuous Training is the Key to Success

Posted by Mark Jennings - September 24, 2018 - Managed IT

Cloud-based solutions like Office 365 can significantly improve productivity by providing a robust productivity suite that's easily accessible and regularly kept up to date. However, while new technology solutions can provide many benefits for both businesses and their employees, without adequate training the overall value of these investments can diminish over time.

Here are four reasons why continuous training on Office 365's productivity suite is crucial for making this tool successful within your organization.

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