IT Budgeting

Past Live Events

Joe and Chad give a live demonstration of Microsoft Teams. They show viewers how Teams works and all the possibilities that come with it. To attend our upcoming live events click here.  Our CEO, Joe Svoboda, and our Development Manager, Chad Miller give a presentation on technology and working from home. They discuss topics such…

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Windows Server 2008 R2 End of Life

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer offer support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, meaning they will no longer release additional security patches and updates.  If your business runs off Windows 2008 you have some serious choices to make. Do Nothing – For a lot of small businesses, this is a serious…

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Windows 7 End of Life – January 14, 2020

Why You Need to Prepare for Windows 7 End of Life On January 14th, 2020 Microsoft will end extended support for the Windows 7 Operating System. This is known in tech terms as end-of-life for the software. So, what does this mean and how do you prepare for Windows 7 End of Life? What the…

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Cutting IT Corners Can Cost Small Businesses Big Bucks

We get it. You’re a go-getting, take-charge business owner/leader who appreciates saving money because small businesses have thin margins and lean operations. You’ve built your business’ success on not over-spending. You’ve had to DIY a lot of roles in your company and IT is one of those. But, unfortunately, technology is one area where DIY…

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Can VoIP Save Your Company Money?

The economy might technically be out of recession, but businesses are still doing everything in their power to cut costs and save as much as possible. One possible avenue for savings is switching from a traditional business phone plan to a VoIP plan. VoIP is a technology that has been around for a little over…

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