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Top 5 Tips for Building an IT Budget: Sure System
It’s that, time for new year budgeting. An exhaustive and time-consuming task for any organization. Are you responsible for your IT budget this year? Get a handle on how to plan for your 2018 IT needs with our top five tips: Know your organizations’ Vision Know what your company needs by asking the right questions,...
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TechSoup and Non-Profits|Sure Systems
Are you a charity or non-profit organization? Thanks to TechSoup, registered non-profits, charities and public libraries in Canada are able to order the latest software and hardware at significant discounts. TechSoup Canada partners with over 30 companies such as Microsoft, Symantec, and Intuit to help organizations like yours gain access to technology to help your...
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Feel like your Network Environment is a scattered mess and have no idea what you actually own? We can help you track everything in your entire Network with our quick and painless Network Inventory! With our Network Inventory you will get access to the ins and outs of what software and hardware you own, what...
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Are you unsure about the current health of your Network Environment- consider our Network Assessment? Let us take the guess work out of prioritizing the pressing issues that are affecting your business with our Network Assessment! This invaluable tool will ensure that all critical and potential issues within your environment will be uncovered immediately. A...
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Businesses are continually focused on the following three key objectives in supporting their own futures: Optimizing revenue opportunities; Minimizing their capital and operating expenditures; and Maximizing returns on their investments. Therefore aligning with these objectives and this focus is what can be done to improve your company’s positioning in the context of the competition and...
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Keeping your Organization Safe, One Mobile Device at a Time In this week’s article we address yet another budding security and safety concern. Our clients are always asking us to give them advice on whether personal mobile devices should be permitted on their Corporate Network. Although there is no simple answer to the question, we...
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In our latest feature we explore the value and importance for small to medium enterprise businesses of doing an IT Infrastructure Audit. A few years ago I was approached by COO of a financial services company to respond to a RFP to do an IT Infrastructure Audit for his business.  He had been appointed to...
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In today’s article we have directed our attention to hackers and the potential for electronic break-ins and corporate espionage.  We now live in a corporate environment “where we cannot survive without access to computer networks and we’re totally enslaved to the technological innovations and breakthroughs of today.” In zimbio.com one blog suggested that the incidence...
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We are often asked to explain to our clients what virtualization means for their business.   So what is virtualization? In webopedia they define virtualization as a way “to create a virtual version of a device or resource, such as a server, storage device, network or even an operating system where the framework divides the resource...
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The Economics of Business and the “Cloud” We have seen the lessons over time where changing business models, practices and approaches have provided companies with an opportunity to either leap ahead of the competition or to get back in the game. It is well known that Henry Ford did not invent the automobile or the...
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