6 Tech Questions To Ask Your IT Support Team

6 Tech Questions To Ask Your IT Support Team

Expert IT support can be difficult to come by, and it’s more important now than ever. The message at conferences, on the evening news, and in magazines is clear. As a leader, you need to be aware of the risks to your organization and you need to take action to protect your sensitive data from attacks.

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

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), IT provider 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.

Network Security From the Center to the Edge of Your Work Environment

Network Security From the Center to the Edge of Your Work Environment

To be one step ahead of cybercriminals, you need the best network security possible. With IT solutions like secure access service edge (SASE), you’ll benefit from cutting-edge protection against attacks from bad actors.

While SASE is not new, ransomware attacks, the increase in remote work, and the demand for efficiency have contributed to the growth of this new framework of security.

Does Your IT Solution Support You Line-of-Business Apps Anywhere?

Does Your IT Solution Support You Line-of-Business Apps Anywhere?

Your employees need to have uninterrupted access to line-of-business (LOB) applications. Critical software systems like your ERP, accounting, and CRM are what enable your organizational processes to work seamlessly. In today’s always-on world, chances are you’ve moved several of your line-of-business applications onto cloud computing platforms.

Seattle Nonprofits: 5 Signs You Are Underserved in IT

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.