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Oct

31

2013
How Server Virtualization Works

How Server Virtualization Works

From processing complex data transactions to your e-mail exchanges, your business is dependent on various functions to keep it running smoothly. Many of these functions run on servers often stored in your on-site data center. Traditionally, each operating system is designated to its own server. That means your company likely has one server dedicated to running the software your company uses for data processing, another…

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Oct

24

2013
Six Surprising Benefits to Managed IT Services

Six Surprising Benefits to Managed IT Services

Whether you’re an established firm with high profile clients or simply a mom and pop plus two, you are likely to rely on a network of technology that keeps your business running smoothly. From cloud computing to VOIP phone solutions, companies have a host of technology needs that they aren’t often equipped to handle in house. Turning to managed IT services can be among the…

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Aug

09

2013
6 Critical Mistakes an IT Consultant Can Help You Avoid

6 Critical Mistakes an IT Consultant Can Help You Avoid

Bigger, better, NOW! Small businesses operating in today’s microwave society oftentimes don’t have the resources to track the latest computer news, security threats, or even common repair tips. And not all SMBs maintain the best technology practice scenarios. As a result, small businesses frequently make certain — and costly — mistakes. Here’s a look at six of the 10 most common mistakes a reputable IT…

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Apr

25

2013
Building a Cloud That’s Best for Your Business

Building a Cloud That’s Best for Your Business

Clouds come in all shapes and sizes, and it’s important to maximize the benefits by building a cloud that’s best for your business. The right onsite cloud solution can save you time, money and stress. One of your responsibilities as a business owner is making sure all of your employees have the correct hardware and software necessary to do their jobs. It doesn’t end with buying computers;…

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