I have written many times about Managed IT Services (check out 3 Ways to Know if Managed Services is Right for You) and why it is a good move for many businesses to “tame the IT monster”, regardless of their size and staffing. But, recently the conversation has morphed into an argument for managed IT as an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Call it Facebook Zero or Facebook Apocalypse. The date was January 11, 2018. The Facebook corporation announced a new focus on bringing people closer together. While this has a feel-good charm to it, what it means for social media marketing is that the goalposts are moving again.
by Olga Detrixhe and Kathy Marihugh
Here at Nex-Tech we work with many different manufacturers, vendors and distributors to deliver the most cutting-edge and relevant technology to you. We pride ourselves on the fact that we have a history of long-standing and deep relationships with our vendors, and that they are much more than vendors – they are truly partners. That means we work together beyond ordering and delivering; we have a stake in each other’s success and collaborate to achieve the best outcomes. Through that, we get the honor to be invited as members to serve on advisory boards to help shape the solutions that are most relevant for you, our customers.
I recently had a prime opportunity to accompany Steve Riat, our Director of Sales, and Justin Dempsey, our IT Manager to a Heartland Technology Group meeting. For anyone in the IT space, that might ring a bell (“Oh cool”), but for most of you, that probably doesn’t mean anything.
Are you still hanging on to your good old fax machine? Are you secretly enjoying the familiar high-pitched beeps and low hums as you receive or send faxes? Well, it’s time to face the reality of today’s technology and upgrade to a Cloud Fax solution. Here is why:
Here's my update on cybersecurity, how it's affected businesses in 2018, and what you can do about it.
Without a brand, your business is lost. A brand represents how your business looks, feels, acts and behaves. A brand is how you want your business to visually and emotionally present itself to its consumers. You are never too small of a business to need a brand identity, as businesses of all sizes need a brand. Here are 5 quick reasons why your business needs a brand:
I started my professional career working at a RadioShack and really enjoyed the work. It had all the aspects I enjoy! We served customers, learned all about the new technology and worked with a progressive team of peers. I still remember my first manager Randy. Randy was more than just a manager, he taught us financials, selling skills and much more.
In today’s technology world, we are continually finding ways to do more with less. Virtualization is a perfect match to eliminate multiple problems, because you can run several servers on a single piece of hardware. With the traditional setup of a single server running directly on a piece of hardware, you will find that over time you run into a number of setbacks.