In addition to providing our clients with IT services, we also consider it our mission to educate both current and future clients about common IT issues and solutions that can help their businesses avoid costly problems.
Hotel Compete just moved their business from Milwaukee to Chicago and needed a local IT partner. More importantly, their business was expanding and they needed a strategic advisor to help them through the next phase of growth. The client conducted an extensive search for an IT support company, meeting with a dozen different providers, and […]
The Benefits of Training Employees on Your Systems
In today’s day and age, everyone is supposed to be a technology expert. That means employees are often hesitant to mention that they’re not fully sure how to use a particular technology, or that they know how to use it but not to it its fullest extent. This hesitation to speak up means that employers […]
Is Cloud Storage Right for Your Business?
If you run a business that has to store a significant amount of data on a regular basis (and these days, that’s most businesses), you’re probably at last vaguely familiar with the concept of cloud storage. If you don’t know anyone who has tried it, you may be unsure about the benefits and drawbacks of […]
How to Tell You Need Outside IT Help: 4 Common Technological Pain Points Businesses Experience
In every company’s growth story, there comes a time when an evaluation of the technology reveals that changes need to be made to take the next step forward. In these cases, if management comes from a non-IT background, it can be tough to know how to proceed. If your company is experiencing any of these […]
To Upgrade or Not: How to Tell When It’s Time to Upgrade Your Company’s Software
Every modern office uses a variety of software in its day-to-day workings. Frequently, that software was the right tool for the company at a particular time, but after being adopted it isn’t updated frequently enough to maintain its usefulness. Older software may work fine for your purposes, but there’s a difference between “fine” and “ideal” […]