|Watch Out: Your Next Project Could Fail|
In many industries there is a fine line between profit and disaster. This is especially true for small businesses, where even a tiny mistake can can have big negative implications. Owners and managers need to ensure that their projects are living up to expectations in order to be successful and stay in business.
How many times have you started a project only to have it spiral out of control? Mistakes, delays, and other problems can be costly – both to you and your company. Here are some common reasons projects fail, and ideas to be aware of before you start your next big project.
Poorly defined expectations
With good communication, a clear focus on the project and a solid plan your next IT project is on its way to be a successful one. For more information on project planning, please contact us.
|Disaster Recovery 101|
There are all kinds of threats to electronic data nowadays – hackers and scammers, sudden system or hardware failure, and even natural disasters – all of them can threaten important business information. This is why it’s necessary for you to have a data recovery plan.
|How MSPs Can Help Speed Up Your Business’s Growth|
Are you having trouble keeping up with the ever-changing demands of technology? Maybe it’s time to consider enlisting the services of a Managed Service Provider (MSP). MSPs help businesses of all sizes manage IT so that it not only supports current operations, but propels business into the future with greater efficiency and faster growth.
Onboarding, the process of hiring and training new employees, is a buzzword in all organizations these days. This process can be a long, drawn-out affair often leaving a bad taste in the mouths of employees. For most organizations, it’s getting the employee’s computer ready for work that takes the longest, often leaving IT staff frustrated with the time it can take to set up a computer.
|Record meetings with Microsoft Lync Online|
Online meetings and calls are a good way to have meetings, conference calls, or any form of communication without the need for all participants to be in the same office or location. The only drawback to these programs is that if a meeting needs to be recorded it could be tough, or even impossible, to achieve.