Construction, like many other big industries, is now fully aware of the cloud computing movement. Cloud computing is helping accelerate the uptake of IT within the small and medium sized of construction businesses because of the pricing models it supports.
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4 Qualities to Look For In the Next Company that Services Your Tech
As a small business owner, you want the best technology that will assist your company and allow it to grow. Not all technology vendors can do this for you. In order to get the most out of your technology, you need to separate the champs from the chumps. That's where our vendor management service comes in.
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Doing a project right the first time around is the most valuable way to get it done. Businesses that best understand this concept are the ones that have experienced the folly of choosing the cheap route to get something fixed, only to then have it break again--which ends up costing them more in the long run. Nowhere is this more true than with IT support.
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What's so special about a physical signature created with pen and paper? If it's an autograph from your favorite celebrity, then you've got something special. Other than that, there's no reason why an electronic signature can't get the job done in today's hi-tech business world.
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When a virus infects your computer, you may not know about it until it's too late. Like a biological virus, the damage it does to your system can be minimized if it's caught early on. Stopping a computer virus early is possible if you know what symptoms to look for. Is your PC infected? Here are four signs you've been hacked.
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