IT provider pros & cons: what’s the right support for you?

Every day you are presented with choices: Soup or salad? Go to the gym or binge watch Netflix? Professional Technology Organization (PTO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) or an internal IT department?

Okay, so the last one isn’t a daily question, but it is a decision every organization needs to make because it affects daily operations.

It’s time to change how you think about managed IT services

Ten years ago, when you landed in a new city you probably took a cab to the hotel. Now you can choose to take an Uber to your Airbnb instead. New technologies made this possible and provided people an alternative to the status quo.

At Net-Tech, we wanted to bring a similar mindset to IT support.

5 Technology Service Definitions You Need to Know

Large and small enterprises see expanding the reach of their technology platforms as key to future growth. The need for experienced guidance in installing and maintaining viable IT architecture has led to increased demand over the years for managed IT services.

The True Cost of Free Technology for Nonprofit Organizations

Seattle is home to hundreds of thriving nonprofit organizations, covering everything from the arts to providing much-needed services to the neediest among us. The city benefits from the generosity of different technology companies willing to provide free hardware and software for use by nonprofits.

Seattle Nonprofits: 5 Signs You Are Underserved in IT

Technology is the lifeline of any organization – for profit or not-for-profit. Most organizations rely heavily on technology to connect with customers, manage internal operations and to promote their services. While for-profit organizations typically have the resources to invest in technology, nonprofits usually have to be more strategic with their budget and be more careful when allocating their resources.

Microsoft pulls Patch Tuesday security fix

Source: www.zdnet.com

By Charlie Osborne

Tech giant Microsoft has recommended that an update released in the latest Patch Tuesday be removed, after users reported incidents of the "blue screen of death" after installation.

Microsoft released two critical security updates and others rated as "important" for Windows and Internet Explorer as part of its latest round of Patch Tuesday updates.

BYOD Lawsuits Loom as Work Gets Personal

Will BYOD lead to a rash of lawsuits from employees who feel violated? Or maybe a headline-grabbing, class-action lawsuit? Your company better make sure it has an explicit terms-of-use BYOD agreement. Here are ways companies can protect themselves.

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