We can’t count the number of times businesses have told us that outsourcing tech support wasn’t in their budget. Ironically, it could be what helps their IT budget. In many cases, outsourcing IT provides a better ROI than hiring part-time or full-time employees. No Salaries Or Benefits According to Glassdoor, the average salary for IT… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Outsourcing
Letting go of our IT gives many businesses the same stomach dropping feeling as standing on a high ledge. Let’s face it. We’re obsessed with not letting go. Even when outsourcing could be more cost-effective, businesses hold tight to their trusted in-house IT departments. But it could be time to just let go. Loss Of… Read more »
We all expect to hear geek speak at tech events like hackathons, but we prefer to keep the jargon out of client conversations. We’re an IT partner that realizes just because we know the terminology, doesn’t mean everyone else does. It’s our job to help and that means explanations versus technobabble. Geek Speak’s A Foreign… Read more »
Cutting costs is a tenement of business. If you’re making money, it only makes sense that you want to keep it. At the same time, you’re also facing immense pressure to adapt to the latest technology without the sufficient staffing to get it done. So, is there a way to do both? Absolutely. And it’s… Read more »
As our company grows and reaches new audiences, we occasionally find we have outgrown our website and feel the need to start again. In this case, it is not about brand, as our brand remains the same – we are here to ensure our customers are happy, productive and feel supported. That has been core to our business for years now and remains our brand promise, and central to how we run our business. But, we have some new things to say, and needed a new website to do the job!
Last week saw both Google and Microsoft suffer outages on their cloud services that impacted millions of users. Google was down for only an hour, but during this time
I read an interesting article the other day regarding IT recruiting and retention. The key fact I saw right up front that was in May, the unemployment rate for IT professionals was at 3.8% against the national overall average of 9.1% and the IT labor market was…
CIO.com had an interesting article today regarding how IT is viewed in the corporate environment by the CFO, whom IT typically falls under. Not surprisingly (to me), the picture is
Lots of news today on Microsoft 365, their new cloud offering, which released today. For those of you tracking this
I was recently asked about my blog tagline ‘happy computing’ by a friend who wondered what it meant.