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From a Vendor to a Partnership. How to Make your Outsourced IT a Success Story

October 16, 2018 | by Steve Ellis

There’s been a disconnect between traditional outsourcing approaches and the digital revolution.

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The Three Top Pieces of Sensitive Data in Your Network (And What You Can Do to Protect Them!)

October 9, 2018 | by Curtis Buhrkuhl

Although defending all aspects of your business from internet threats is important, the sensitive data you’ve acquired in your company should take priority. The data that your customers and employees entrust your company with should be safeguarded with the highest security protection.  

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8 Ways to Make Your Document Imaging Green and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

September 27, 2018 | by Adam Cohn

Part of the appeal of becoming an entrepreneur is the potential to make an impact on the community. Through philanthropy, volunteer efforts, donations and fundraisers, the concept of corporate social responsibility grew out of a desire to compel large companies to do right by society.

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Office1 IT Health Check

September 25, 2018 | by Gideon Ford

With technology constantly evolving, it is critical that IT systems stay up to date and function as efficiently as possible. With the IT Health Check, Office1 partners with your company as a trusted advisor and provides you with a detailed assessment of your business’s IT system. While other companies might say, “leave it to the experts”, we feel it is important for our customers to know why IT health checks are important and how we perform them.

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Information Sharing: The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly

September 18, 2018 | by Gideon Ford

Information is a never-ending commodity in business. A growing business means gaining more customers and, in turn, having access to their information. In many cases, bringing in a new customer can warrant you a lot of information, so much so, in fact, that it can become increasingly difficult to manage and locate files.

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7 Ways to Help your Company Avoid a Security Breach

September 13, 2018 | by Curtis Buhrkuhl

 

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How the 2018 Tax Reform Can Affect You

September 11, 2018 | by Adam Cohn

Because of the booming American economy and continuously evolving tax environment, corporations are expected to invest in new office equipment at an increasing rate. According to author Brian Holland, “Manufacturers alone are expected to save roughly $261 billion during the next decade from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.” With the recent changes to corporate tax rates under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, it is more important than ever for businesses to pay close attention to how they obtain their assets. By staying well-informed, it saves companies a significant amount of money and gives them the opportunity to grow and reinvest.

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Make a Profit While Saving the Planet

September 4, 2018 | by Adam Cohn

“Always deliver more than expected.” - Larry Page, Co-Founder of Google. For any business person, this quote reigns true time and time again - from the local smoothie shop down the street to a multi-million dollar corporation. Thriving companies have this perfected when it comes to their customers, but why not to the environment?  

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The Benefits of Remote Management and Monitoring

August 30, 2018 | by Gideon Ford

Remote management and monitoring (RMM) is a software that authorizes managed service providers (MSPs) to remotely oversee your businesses’ clients, networks, operations, and devices. From these, information is collected and relayed to MSPs to provide constant support and to perform maintenance in order to keep your business sailing smoothly. When problems appear, a MSP is alerted and works diligently to resolve issues quickly and seamlessly.

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When Social Tools Attack: Employees, Internet, and Cybersecurity

August 29, 2018 | by Curtis Buhrkuhl

To the average user, social media is a fun way to stay connected with friends, make business contacts, share exciting life updates, and spread funny cat videos. Not everyone takes social media so lightheartedly though. In fact, two groups are especially serious about it: commercial businesses, who rely on social media to establish and spread their brands, and criminal hackers.

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