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Technology Unwrapped

The most important technology concepts, strategies and actions uncovered for your business.

The cost of doing nothing

Chris Vilim
Getting a sleek, shiny, brand-new computer is an exciting experience. You have the opportunity to customize it to fit your needs perfectly. You have so much space for everything you’re going to need and seek to accomplish. Every program and web page works instantly, making each task feel effortless. However, technology doesn’t stand still. Innovation constantly materializes and propels the industry forward. Within just a few years, computers become incapable of keeping up with the latest ...
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Topics: Equipment Purchases, Owners & Managers

Why Does Your Business Need Unified Communications?

CoreTech Staff
Regardless of the type or size of business you have, the one aspect that all companies cannot afford to neglect is the way in which they communicate with customers. Unified Communications (UC) is a solution for doing just that! It is not a product, but rather a combination of different avenues which boost productivity in the workplace. UC includes collaboration tools such as instant messaging, video, conferencing, mobile applications, integrations, and voice. With these tools working together, ...
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Topics: Equipment Purchases, Phone Systems

Why Does Your SMB Need a PC Lifecycle Management Plan (PCLM)?

CoreTech Staff
Creating a Technology Lifecycle Management (TLM) Plan is good way to plan ahead for technology upgrades that: work within your budget process suit your company needs
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Topics: Equipment Purchases

Out with the Old, In with the New: Is Outdated Technology Impacting Your Business?

CoreTech Staff
Perhaps “good enough” isn’t really good enough. Is holding off on updating your technology holding your business back? What factors do you need to consider when holding on to outdated technology?
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Topics: Equipment Purchases, Owners & Managers

Can I Purchase a Consumer-Class Laptop for My Business? What You Should Know.

Joel Havenridge
Every now and then we have a client that for one reason or another ends up with a consumer class computer. They may be wanting to save money, or needed a computer for a new hire ASAP. So what's wrong with that? If it's an HP computer that should be good enough right? HP, as well as most computer vendors, have two lines: consumer and business class computers. These can be desktops or laptops, so what is the difference?
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Topics: Equipment Purchases