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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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How to Plan an IT Roadmap for Your Company

Posted by Mark Jennings - September 11, 2018 - Managed IT

 Business growth, advancing technology, and a dynamic digital landscape—sometimes it seems that keeping up with the demands of your business IT infrastructure get more challenging by the day. The need to continuously adapt your business technology can be taxing on both departmental bandwidths and your overall budget.

However, navigating these necessary business transitions becomes much less cumbersome by creating an IT roadmap for your organization.

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3 Secrets to Planning & Predicting Technology Lifecycles for Business

Posted by Mark Jennings - August 02, 2018 - Managed IT, Hyperconverged Infrastructure

The technology refresh cycle can seem like a vicious circle. With the complexities of today’s IT infrastructures, there is constantly one component or another coming to the end of its life.

This uncertainty often leads to rising IT costs, increased security risks, and a misalignment of technology and business goals. The key to stabilizing technology costs and creating better business alignment is to actively plan for technology lifecycle management.  

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