In 2020 we are facing unprecedented times. The mandatory physical distancing requirements has shown the importance of taking stock of your IT and reviewing it so you can operate your business during these times. With things slowly getting back to normal, it’s time to review your strategies and set new goals to begin the
“An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure” Cliché – but true. And when it comes to your own IT, nothing could be further from the truth.
Do you remember the early days of the “internet”? It was this cryptic term but everyone was talking about it. It didn’t take long for it to pick up so much steam that it flipped our worlds and how we do business.
Your business needs software to enable your staff to perform their jobs efficiently and to achieve a competitive edge with technology. Staying ahead of the competition means offering features and advantages to your customers and partners your competitors are not. Enter the vaunted discussion: should we build or buy software?
In our previous article we discussed the basics of Cloud computing and identified several popular apps being used. Without knowing it – many businesses are making use of the Cloud. But few companies have moved all their applications and only utilize IT via cloud services. Most are using a hybrid solution.