With the economy improving and businesses growing, we are seeing more requests to assist customers in relocating their IT infrastructure as they expand to new facilities. This year we are also seeing more IT infrastructure work from new start-ups, and business mergers. If your organization is in a similar position and looking for a new location or expanding in to an additional location, make sure that you perform due diligence on your business IT needs.
Have you updated your organization’s web presence recently? For a variety of reasons many businesses often put web updates, new hosting service solutions and search engine optimization on the back burner. For some organizations a web presence may simply be a marketing tool with information that does not change much. Other firms setup ecommerce sites or rely on the web and web search to grow their business and build a competitive advantage
With the economy improving, many companies are working on growth plans that include expanding to new markets and hiring remote workers. If a geographic expansion is part of your strategy, take a close look at the technologies you use and make sure your planning incorporates advances in communication, cloud services and remote collaboration tools.
Apple, Microsoft and a host of other technology companies have announced or will be announcing new smart watches, smart phones and other electronic gadgets that will connect to other smart gadgets and to the Internet of Things (IoT). I am not sure this will make anyone smarter, but as you dive into how technology advancements are contributing to our health, security and convenience, it is apparent that the trajectory is towards solutions for human inefficiencies, inadequacies and discomfiture.
The rapidly expanding use of technology in every aspect of business is creating a growing security concern. To protect your business and digital assets, it’s important to have a multipronged approach that addresses physical access, technology security and user policies.
I am often reminded about how young the technology industry is, and there is no better time to reflect on the past than during one of life’s great milestones, turning 60. That happened to me recently, so let’s have a quick look back on how technology has evolved over that time span and reflect on how it has changed our lives.
As we enter 2015 with an improving economy and robust business growth predicted, analysts agree that finding and retaining employees will be one of the biggest business challenges over the next few years. Because of this many business are looking for ways to expand their capabilities without adding staff.
Is it possible to control the use of social media within the workplace? The technical answer is yes, but why would you want to go through the trouble? Texting, Facebook, LinkedIn and many other forms of social media and digital communication regularly are used by your best and brightest employees — and they would just […]
Can you name a technology-focused business that was founded in Northern Nevada more than 30 years ago? There aren’t many, and it’s a good chance that you don’t even know about one that is helping secure some of the world’s most critical infrastructure. ProTech is a local small business that quietly has built a worldwide […]