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12 Most Common Business Technology Issues

By Kelly Massey | June 10, 2019

The business world is constantly evolving, and in order to remain profitable, you’ve got to keep up. Much of this evolution is due to the ongoing development of technology. As with all new things, there are some growing pains that come with the new and improved technology that you’re incorporating in your business. Let’s jump…

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Law Firm IT: Everything You Need to Know to Protect Your Business and Your Clients

By Kelly Massey | June 10, 2019

IT solutions for law firms should be dependable and consistent. It’s important that each system works perfectly with no downtime. New advances in technology mean lawyers can work from anywhere, from home, a hotel, or the office. Checking emails and accessing files is the same no matter where you are. Deciding which solutions fit best…

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What is an SSD and What Does it Do?

By Kelly Massey | May 28, 2019

As a business owner, you’ve likely got lots of important information on your computer. While you can upload many types of information to some sort of cloud storage, that information still needs a fast and reliable place to be stored on your computer, too. An SSD is a great way to go when it comes…

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10 Gmail “Hacks” to Improve Company Productivity and Efficiency

By Kelly Massey | April 30, 2019

There are a whopping 1.5 billion people in the world using Gmail. That’s 20 percent of the world’s population! And though we all spend a lot of time in our inbox, we don’t always maximize our time. Many users don’t know that there is more to Gmail than Archiving, Starring, and marking emails as Unread.…

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12 Tips for Staying Safe on Social Media

By Kelly Massey | April 16, 2019

These days using social media is as routine as waking up or brushing our teeth. And we’re not always thinking about security. When we first signed up we may have freely shared our friends, work, and other information. Now the news makes it clear that our information is not as safe as we thought. Why…

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Do You Really Need a Server?

By Kelly Massey | March 29, 2019

Are you still using a peer-to-peer network? If you haven’t set up a server, you probably are. Peer-to-peer networks are fine for smaller offices but can be limiting. Servers make it easy to share files with only specified persons and departments. They make it possible to look at the same file no matter what device…

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6 Best Computer Repair Services in Vancouver

By Kelly Massey | February 22, 2019

According to Murphy’s Law, anything that can go wrong will go wrong. And one constant about technology is that it is never constant. Small businesses need IT providers who can keep up with these changes. Looking for Computer Repair in Vancouver, BC? Below are some of the best providers of computer repair in Vancouver. Your…

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7 IT Outsourcing Best Practices

By Kelly Massey | February 11, 2019

Is your business IT taking up too much time or money? Are you looking for a streamlined, more efficient solution? In this blog, we are going to talk about IT outsourcing and why it could be the right fit for your business. Why IT Services Matter for Small Businesses Managed IT services are essential for…

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What is an MSP? – and What Can It Offer Your Business

By Kelly Massey | January 23, 2019

Have you been searching for a better way to manage your IT department? No doubt if you have, it is likely you’ve stumbled across the term MSP. MSP, when discussing IT needs refers to a managed service provider. What we will discuss in this blog is what precisely a Managed Service Provider does, why you…

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5 Things To Look For In An IT Company

By Kelly Massey | January 10, 2019

Computers, software, and data security technology are crucial to the smooth running of your business. If your technology is outdated, or something breaks down, it can be disastrous to a productive workday. You’re stuck paying employees who can’t work, turning down clients or customers, and not making any forward progress on those important projects. Rather…