While the last year has taught us that more things than ever can take place virtually (think: school, counseling, events, etc.) some things simply have to be in-person. Ice cream tastings, childcare services, dog walking companies...you get the gist, right? While we've all expanded our minds as to what can be done (and done well) online, we've also found the hard stops where in-person simply can't be replaced. So, where is the line when it comes to Managed IT? Can you really get quality service from someone who has never stepped foot in your office? Let's find out.
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Topics: Comparison Managed IT
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Whenever we are making a decision, we want to know: how will this benefit me? Right? Thankfully, in our hyper-connected world, there's information aplenty to help you make those decisions. When it comes to deciding whether the benefits of Managed IT are worth the cost, we've got all the information you need. In this blog, we'll look at some of the perks of Managed IT and whether or not it's a good fit for you. Let's jump in, shall we?
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IT support services in recent times have been nothing but revolutionary. The technology landscape has continued to evolve as the sector gets dominated by record-breaking cloud-based applications, commonly referred to as SaaS, or software as a service, applications. While revolutionary ideas are great, the application can prove daunting.
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I would be willing to wager that you’ve heard of a file server before but can you be totally certain what it is and what it does? As new terms become part of our colloquial conversations (I mean…what is “The Cloud” anyways, right? 😉) sometimes we use them without truly knowing how they function. In this blog, we will go over all that and more. We’ll answer all your questions, from: What is a file server? to File Server pros and cons. In the end, you’ll not only be fully versed in the wonderous world of file servers, you’ll be able to confidently assess how to incorporate file servers into your business (or not). Let's jump on in.