Office Document Strategies Blog
PC's are a wonderful tool which have made it possible for all of us to accomplish so much more than we ever could. As we provide IT Network support we find the problem however, is over time they also can lead to ongoing frustration as they seem to develop a mind of their own.
CRTC approves new regulations requiring limits on download usage.
CRTC’s internet cap about to cost your business a lot more.
In our area, Burlington, ON, IT network buyers, unlike buyers of MFP printers, are often not familiar with leasing their equipment and software. I think they should give leasing much more consideration. There can be significant benefits from leasing rather than buying.
Netaccess Systems is in the midst of finalizing a new IT network data centre in downtown Hamilton. A colleague and I had a tour yesterday with Netaccess President, Don McNally. The new site is pretty impressive and promises to be the most advanced data centre in Ontario outside of the biggest located at 151 Front St. in Toronto.
When looking at their IT network backup most companies focus on the critical data that they need to recover in the event of a failure. This data includes databases, e-mail records and perhaps office documents such as correspondence. Traditional backup software focuses on this type of protection. This is fine as far as it goes. in our practice in Hamilton we find clients are looking for more.
A recent IT Business Canada article outlines the kind of unscrupulous activities which some companies use to confuse unsophisticated website owners. The details of a $10 million court case are outlined in the article but the practice which has been used for years by unscrupulous marketers is of interest to us all.
When you decide to add a printer to your IT network does the brand matter to you?
IT networks are the lifeblood of the office. When the system goes down everyone goes into panic mode. Deadlines start to loom, users get frustrated and the poor IT support team is challenged to get things running NOW!