Breaking Bad Technology Habits

Biting your fingernails.

Leaving the refrigerator door open.

Leaving car windows down during a storm.

These are all examples of bad habits. Almost everyone will admit to having some collection of bad habits, it’s part of the human condition.

Trying to curb these habits is also a healthy part of human nature, but bad habits don’t stop at personal hygiene or vehicle maintenance – there are plenty of technology-centric bad habits that can have disastrous consequences.

Outsourcing: Strategies to Cut Costs Without Sacrificing Quality

If you’ve taken a taxi lately or had some food delivered to your door, it’ll be no surprise to learn that the gig economy is taking over the world of work. Consultants have been a fact of life in business for decades, but more companies than ever before are now turning over critical day-to-day tasks to freelancers and outsourced talent.

Outsourcing IT Management? Here’s What You Need To Know

Would you be surprised about to learn that technology is an incredibly important asset to those in the coffee business? You might consider a small, cozy coffee shop to be in minimal need of a robust technology infrastructure but ask James Freeman, the founder of Blue Bottle Coffee based out of Oakland, California and you’ll get a very different perspective.

What To Look For in A Managed IT Services Agreement

The running joke in our modern time is the infamous “Service Agreement” document that are so often blindly agreed to without review in our lives. Want to update your version of iTunes? Patch a game? There’s going to be a prompt for you to agree to the “Terms and Conditions”. These documents are usually long-form, written in a language that only the most scholarly of lawyers can understand, yet they are the gateway to using whatever product or service is in question.