Small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) tend to have a more difficult time managing IT than larger enterprises. Despite being as technology dependent as larger enterprises, SMBs have tighter budgets and fewer resources to devote to IT management. This leads to a more reactive "break-fix" approach to their technology that never does any smaller company or organization any ..[Read more]
Biz Technology Solutions, Inc. Named One of Ingram Micro’s Fastest-Growing SMB Channel Partners in the U.S.
Global Technology Distributor Recognizes Biz Technology Solution’s Achievements and Success in Fourth Annual Ingram Micro SMB 500 List Charlotte, NC, July 30th, 2015 – Biz Technology Solutions, Inc. announced it was named to the Ingram Micro 2015 SMB 500. The annual list recognizes the top 500 fastest-growing Ingram Micro U.S. channel partners serving the small ..[Read more]
It's no secret that any growing small-to-medium sized business must monitor and manage it's business technology in the most cost-efficient way. The tricky part is figuring out how to do this without sacrificing the overall experience of the end-user. End-users can be clients and customers or employees. Both rely on the efficiency of a firm's ..[Read more]
Managed services are can play a very integral role in a company's business development. Small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) receive a lot of calls each day from slick sales people peddling the next technology trend that's going to save them money and revolutionize how they do business. They're all too quick to caution ..[Read more]
How do you get a small business to recognize the value of managed IT services? In the start-up environment, we encounter an eclectic bunch of personality types. There is a reason people become entrepreneurs or C-level execs. When we meet the owners or decision makers at smaller companies and organizations, we can tell right ..[Read more]
If you’re a small-to-midsize business owner still using computers running on the Windows XP operating system, enough is enough! The end is near. On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will stop supporting XP. Whether you’re migrating from XP out of this sheer necessity, or you’ve been contemplating upgrading to a newer Windows operating system anyhow, here ..[Read more]