You may have heard the term, “fourth industrial revolution” to describe the current state of technological advances. No matter how you feel about this idea, it’s undeniable that we’re living in a technologically advanced world. It’s not going to slow down any time soon. Technology Trends for 2020 As we move into the second decade of the new millennium, here are some
Windows 7 will reach its end of life on January 14, 2020. If you have not made plans to upgrade to Windows 10, your time is growing very short.
Many businesses use WordPress to easily make updates to their business' website. Mastering the basics is important to maintaining your web presence.
Because of its flexibility, web-based software can offer many benefits to businesses, including more efficient maintenance and improved data security.
As with other software, failing to update to WordPress 5 in a timely manner can be risky. If you're still using version 4, now is the time to upgrade.
Compared to traditional projection systems, big screen technology offers improved user experiences in the conference room and in public areas like lobbies.
As businesses look toward the new year, many of them will be considering a website update. Here are some of the trends you can expect to see in 2020.
The knowledge you gain from an IT assessment can help your business prepare for strategic initiatives in the coming year.
An IT infrastructure assessment can help you evaluate your IT environment to determine its strengths and weaknesses, as well as aid you in budgeting for IT.
Serverless networks offer benefits and drawbacks. Find out if this cloud-based solution is right for your small or medium-sized business.
It might not surprise you to learn that one of the largest operational expenses for most businesses is energy use. The power used to heat, cool, and light an office of any size can be a significant cost, particularly when it comes to powering the various technology pieces in use. While switching to LED lighting and going paperless can help reduce costs,
Your website is a big part of your business marketing strategy, but if your visitors don’t stay on your site very long, it may not be as effective as you need it to be. After all, your website is (in theory) designed to provide information and lead visitors toward certain outcomes. If they enter your site but leave without further interaction, you
You’re onsite at a customer’s business and they have a specific challenge that your company is well-equipped to solve. How do you present your solution quickly and effectively? Your team of service technicians rotates among your customers based on availability, meaning the same customer may see several members of your staff over time. How do you make sure each service technician
Your website should change and adapt with your business. Do you know if your website is winning customers... or driving them away?
When everything in your business is working as it should be, it’s easy to believe that nothing will ever go wrong. However, seasoned business owners know that Murphy’s Law often comes into play when things are otherwise running smoothly. Nowhere is this more obvious than with your IT environment. If your server goes down, your phone system stops working, or your system