Month: January 2012

BYOD: Developing an Effective “Bring Your Own Device” Policy

Small and mid-sized businesses have jumped on the bandwagon allowing broad usage of individually-owned mobile devices, like smart phone and iPads, for access to corporate applications and data. A win-win BYOD policy can save SMBs money in capital expenditures and saves the employee from having to carry yet another device for work. In order to…

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IT Disaster Recovery Services: Mapping out a Successful Plan

Deciding to outsource disaster recovery, then choosing the right vendor can seem overwhelming when you’ve got a business to run. Here are some ground-level tips you can start with. Once you have the basic disaster recovery plan framework in place, you can start considering pricing and building a plan that meets your exact needs and…

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SMB Technology Trends for 2012

SMBs aren’t usually on the cutting edge of technology trends. They often let the big guys to lead the way and then wait for technology to become more affordable and accessible before they get on board. There is a fine line between waiting for a technology to evolve and getting passed by.  Based on years…

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Improve Business Operations with a Cloud-based Phone System

SMBs often have concerns that require solutions sensitive to their more limited sizes. One such concern is telephone service. Costly telephony solutions often present a problem to upstart, cost-conscious SMBs. The initial capital required for equipment, personnel to maintain that equipment, and equipment upgrades is often more than a small business can handle. By opting…

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