Many small- and medium-sized companies are still trying to figure out the right kind of technology to invest in, since they offer their own pros and cons. Whether you're going for cloud services, productivity apps, or online accounting tools, these investments could catapult your business to succeed in ways you’ve never imagined before.
Not-for-profit businesses have always struggled with limited resources, but those in Connecticut stumbled on especially hard times when the state suddenly revoked or challenged dozens of tax exemptions. Whether your non-profit is facing unexpected taxes or disappearing donors, improving IT is the most economical way to raise more money.
The term hosted desktops may sound like the theme to your next holiday office party, but really it refers to computers in your office that run on software in the cloud. And while they may seem a far cry from cubicles full of Christmas cookies and Irish coffee, they’re similar in one important way: Hosted desktops are sure to bring joy to your business.
Businesses looking to leave a mark in today’s highly competitive market require efficient technology that goes beyond day-to-day operations and addresses organizational goals. But because business owners don't have much time, adopting innovative technology is often put in the back burner.