The COVID-19 outbreak is causing a huge impact and bringing uncertainty to most industries. More than ever, businesses need to invest in effective ways to control their finances.
For small business owners, setting up a retainer relationship is a smart way to make sure your business has the IT services and support it needs, whether you have in-house IT support or not. With a retainer in place, your business receives the benefit of an entire team’s skills and know-how at a fraction of
“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.
Moving an office is stressful. This stress is compounded if IT problems occur during the move. Tech To U has created a checklist of activities to plan and execute your move to ensure a smooth transition. Before you review the check list – consider our five recommendations to avoid IT complications during the move.
Creating a high performance IT support culture for your organization is a critical component of any business, large or small. Whether you hire in-house IT staff or utilize an outsourced IT services provider, there are key characteristics to look for in IT support resources.
In Part 1 of this discussion, we discussed the advantages and disadvantages of developing custom software versus purchasing Out of the Box Software (OTBS). Now that you have a sense of the pros and cons for each approach, how do you go about deciding which way to go? What are the key considerations?
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?
With the price of oil flirting around the $40/barrel mark, Calgary-based companies are increasingly looking for ways to cut costs to manage the downturn.
In 2020 we are facing unprecedented times. The mandatory social distancing has shown the importance of taking stock of your IT and making improvements, so you operate your business more effectively. With things slowly getting back to normal, it’s time to review your strategies and set new goals to begin the march toward growing