Outsourced Resource Guide for Small Business

Outsourced Resource Guide for Small Business

What does the word “startup” mean? In the context of business, one probably thinks about a new company attempting to find its appeal to customers in a specific industry. In certain verticals, the phrase “startup” might conjure up images of ping-pong tables and Friday afternoon happy hours with company-sponsored libations.

Why and Where Outsourcing Can Benefit A Business

Why and Where Outsourcing Can Benefit A Business

Timing is everything.

How many times have you heard this phrase? If you take a moment to think about it, you can likely remember several times throughout your life (professional or personal) when timing made all the difference in the outcome.

Another saying that applies to what we’ll be talking about today goes something like “luck is when preparation meets opportunity”. Small and medium-sized business owners need to consider growth differently than other more well-established companies.

Technology Solutions for Small Businesses and WHY They Matter

Technology Solutions for Small Businesses and WHY They Matter

Last year we published a “Choose Your Own Adventure” style blog post highlighting how improvements in business technology (or lack thereof) can provide different outcomes for common problems around the office. In the post, we followed the adventures of a new IT manager attempting to solve several communication bottlenecks in the office by pitching different technology improvements.

Cyber Attacks in 2018 – A Year in Review

Cyber Attacks in 2018 – A Year in Review

It’s nearly the end of 2018, and it seems like the year has gone by like a flash. If you’re like us, you might still be working on some of your New Year’s Resolutions from 2018 – that beach body can wait until spring of 2019 anyway.

But in between holiday parties and New Year’s celebrations, there is a good opportunity to reflect on the last 365 days and consider what has happened and what was learned.

The IT Glossary – Quick Reference Edition

The IT Glossary – Quick Reference Edition

Are you familiar with the term “jargon”? If you’ve ever been in a conversation with someone who knew A LOT about a subject and didn’t hold back a lot of industry terms, you’ve probably been the victim of a blast of jargon.

While a high frequency of jargon might give the impression that someone knows what they’re talking about, it’s not usually helpful for the other person in the conversation who doesn’t understand all the terminology.

Why a (Smart) Business Can’t Ignore Telecommuting

Why a (Smart) Business Can’t Ignore Telecommuting

The American commute to work keeps getting longer. Despite our freeways and bypasses, more lanes and cars equipped with better navigation technology the average commute time for an American is now around 26.5 minutes.

That’s nation-wide, if you happen to live in a major metropolitan area the idea of a 26-minute commute might sound like a dream come true.