What are the benefits of outsourcing IT services instead of calling a repair guy when your computer is acting up?
Richmond, VA small business owners: check out this Infographic that lays out some pretty convincing reasons for choosing an industry-leading Managed Service Provider to manage your company’s IT systems… and then give BEL Network Integration & Support a call at 804-796-2631.
If you are still using the old “break/fix” model for your IT repairs and services, it’s time to re-evaluate. The facts are that leveraging Managed IT Services for your small business saves you down-time, lowers your IT costs, and gives you peace of mind that your networks are being watched over by professionals while you are focusing on your business.
The first step in our process is evaluating your networks. This is a no-cost, no-obligation meeting where our Network Engineers come to your business and:
What do you have to lose? Don’t let another day go by without verifying the health and security of your Networks & Data! Call our office today at 804-796-2631.
There’s no doubt about it: e-mail has become the single most important communication tool for businesses. But messages pile up quick, taking up storage space that can be expensive to back up. And since deleting everything isn’t always an option when certain threads contain important info about projects, contracts and client communications, the smartest option it to archive your inbox.
Archiving is simply a process of removing old (but important) e-mails from your “active” inbox and folders to a compressed, encrypted backup, freeing up space in your inbox and preserving your e-mails should you need to dig them up at some point in the future. Should you archive? The answer is “Yes” for 3 important reasons:
Fun facts and random bits of knowledge: If you have 3 quarters, 4 dimes, and 4 pennies, you have $1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar.
Do you have Java turned on in your web browser? If your answer is “Yes” or “I’m not sure” then it’s time to take action to find out. Why? The biggest threat to your computer systems in 2013 (and beyond) is no longer Microsoft Windows – it is Oracle Java.