Is cloud computing right for your business?

Cloud computing. You may have heard of the term; after all, it’s been making waves in corporate circles for some time now. Tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Amazon have led the way and embraced cloud technology with open arms -- and now they’re reaping the rewards of early adoption.

Why managed services and why Spectrumwise

Technology is one of the most slippery variables of any small- to medium-sized business’s budget. It advances at a breakneck speed, and sometimes you feel as though you’re spending more time trying to get it working than you are doing business. Although hiring a full-time IT employee might seem like the quickest and cheapest way to overcome these hurdles, that couldn’t be further from the truth.

VoIP communications are here to stay

Everyone knows who Alexander Graham Bell is, but why don’t we teach our kids about Alon Cohen? We acknowledge how revolutionary the telephone was, but we also know a thing or two about technology new and old. In 1989, Mr. Cohen invented an audio transceiver that went on to become what we know today as voice over IP (VoIP). Fast forward 28 years to today and VoIP has got traditional phone systems on the ropes.

10 Predictions for IT Outsourcing & Management in 2015

In order to make sure that your business is fully prepared for the coming year, you will need a plan of action. Predictions about 2015, based on information from the past year (or longer), helps you create that plan. Taking into account these 10 predictions for the management and outsourcing of IT in the coming year can help you strategize in order to stay competitive and remain—or become—a leader in your industry.

7 common virtualization terms

As technology becomes ever more efficient and commonplace in the work environment, companies often look to upgrade existing systems which can be costly. In order to save costs, some businesses have been looking into virtualizing their technology. This complex idea could be beneficial for your company, but there are a number of terms used by professionals that may be confusing.