Archive for April, 2014

How One Little Tweak Saved This Company $24,000

save-money1If you ever do business over the phone, especially internationally, you’re going to want to read this.

Recently, a small Los Angeles firm of about 16 employees asked us to take a look at their phone systems. They have offices in New York and communicate via telephone with agencies overseas on a daily basis.

They had a very old phone system that was using copper lines coming in from the phone ...

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Helping You Help Your IT Guy

JMYour outside IT guy (let’s call him Sheldon) has been with you for a long time. He’s friendly, punctual and just a great guy to have around the office. Everybody loves him.

But, Sheldon has an issue. Since he works for himself in his one-man-show business, he spends all his time maintaining his current clients’ servers and rushing to fix any problems that crop up during the week. This leaves him ...

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Virtually Eliminate the Risk of an Unrecoverable Catastrophic Event

error20boomOf course you have back ups of all the data in the office (…you do, right?) just to be safe. But in the event of a flood, power outage or earthquake (to name a few), what’s your plan for accessing your computer system?

An “unrecoverable catastrophic event” generally refers to an occurrence that physically damages your servers. Earthquakes definitely fall into that category (especially here in Los Angeles – did ...

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