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4 Ways to Connect Multiple Business Locations with Technology

Posted by Mark Jennings - February 05, 2018 - Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Mobility & IoT

Having multiple business locations is exciting. It’s a measure of your organization’s success, allows you to expand your reach, and brings even more great people onto your team.

But sometimes, it can feel like you’re running multiple businesses—not one. You want to set up your business technology so that your separate locations can communicate, collaborate, and share information easily and effectively.

Luckily, technology is evolving like never before to support growing businesses. It’s no longer necessary to incur large capital expenses installing legacy infrastructure in each location. Here are four ways that today's technology makes it easier than ever to streamline your operations across multiple business locations.     

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How to Embrace B.Y.O.D. and Why It Matters

Posted by Mark Jennings - September 11, 2015 - SymQuest Blog, Virtualization, Cloud Computing

A quick scan of any recent business publication or website will give you the sense that offices will soon be a thing of the past as we all trade in the desk for a cozy telecommuting gig. While telecommuting may be on the rise, we’re a far cry from working on the couch.

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How to Choose the Right VMware Partner

Posted by Mark Jennings - August 04, 2014 - Virtualization

For businesses and organizations looking to increase capacity without adding the cost of new physical machines, virtualization can be an excellent, proactive option. Companies suffering from “infrastructure sprawl” wrestle with spending ever-increasing time and cost maintaining an optimal environment for the demands of an increasing fleet of computers and servers. However, VMware virtualization can provide both additional capacity by maximizing the hardware already in place, so finding the right VMware partner to guide your business through the process is critical.

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