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Does Your Company Need Data Conversion?

Your company outsourced some essential services to another country or even a local company. They just sent back the data you needed, however, there's one slight problem: all the data is in a format that is not recognizable by your computer. You try to read the data on other computers in the company, but the result is the same. One of your technicians has found a solut

Data Center Move Fundamentals: Tips For New Managers

If you're an IT operations manager and you're getting ready to plan your first data center move, there are a few things you need to be prepared for. Unfortunately, when you're immersed in the details of the planning, it's easy to lose sight of some things. Here are a couple of key things to remember as you're planning for your data center move. Don't Divide Your Focus

3 Must-Have Security System Features For Pet Owners

If you share your living space with a dog or cat, it's important that you are thinking about the security of your pets when you purchase a residential alarm system. Pets often remain in the home alone while family members go to work or attend school throughout the day. The right security system will ensure that your pet is protected against a myriad of traumatic event

Time To Upgrade Your EPM System? Why You Need To Transition To The Cloud

If it's time to start upgrading your EPM software, you need to move beyond premises-based programs and join the companies that have made the transition to cloud-based programs. With companies getting larger, and networks expanding globally, it just makes sense to move beyond the limitations of an on-site EPM program. If you're still not sold on the idea of a cloud-bas

Looking Into IP Phone Systems For Your Business? What To Know

If all of your current staff members are currently using their own cell phones for their business needs, or if they have business phones and the costs are just too high, it's time to look into getting an IP phone account. The employees can use their computers to make and receive phone calls, and their personal phones can be for their own personal use. You don't have t