The IT Pro Blog
Tag: Outgrown Your IT Guy
We actually write these blogs. Yes, you read that right. Our team of IT pros compile knowledge from the job and years of experience, combined with real-time updates of what we see in the field, to bring you value-add content on a weekly basis.
I’ve had the same IT Guy for 10 years – Are they still right for my business?
We talk to hundreds of businesses in Arizona every week and have found a pattern of small companies that tell us, “we’ve had the same
Free Email Accounts and HIPAA Compliance
Let’s talk about the elephant in the waiting room. If you’re subject to HIPAA and use free email, you’re taking an unnecessary risk with your
Three Stages of IT Maturity in Small Businesses
Over the years we’ve observed a lot of different takes on small businesses using IT. With over 30 million businesses of 500 employees or less,
What To Do If Your IT Guy Goes Out of Business Because of the Coronavirus
We’re hearing from our peers located in coastal cities first about early coronavirus-related effects on the IT industry. One IT-related topic is the catastrophic closure
Top Reasons to Work With an IT Support Company
Managed IT services are the name of our game. Working as your IT company advocate is our mission. Every business exists to try to be
5 Things to Review Regarding Your IT Company
Reviewing your IT company is no different than reviewing your business processes to determine inefficiencies and room for improvement. Reviewing your IT company ensures you
Is Your Business Using One Email Address? This May Be Hurting You.
Do you share email addresses with coworkers and staff? If you answered yes, this blog is for you. We’ve spoken to a lot of businesses
Stop Buying Shiny Computers for Your Business!
We’ve been assessing small businesses in the valley for 10 years and we’re hoping to bring awareness to a pattern we’ve nicknamed “shiny computers”. Read
Home vs. Business-Class Computers. Why Does It Matter?
What’s the difference between your home and business class computer? Should they be the same? Different? And the most important question: why does it matter?