FRISCO, TX (May 3, 2021) – Magna5, a national provider of managed IT services and a NewSpring Holdings platform company, today announced its acquisition of SpinnerTech, a Long Island/New York-based managed IT services and cloud hosting company serving customers across a wide range of verticals.
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With the right technology, there is no limit to what your startup can do. From delivering superior customer service to communicating with teams and customers around the world, the right tech will help your business to thrive and grow.
If you’re considering a cloud-based office suite, you may be confused about which to choose. Microsoft’s feature-filled Office 365 offers everything you could possibly need, but it is facing some fierce competition in the form of Google G Suite, formerly known as Google Apps.
In this article, we’ll break down the pros and cons of each office suite and help you to find the right fit for your business.
We sincerely hope that you are keeping well during these turbulent times. For us, it is still business as usual where possible and that means helping you to find solutions that will help your company to survive and thrive.
There is no doubt that one of the hardest business types hit during the current COVID-19 pandemic will be small businesses. Larger businesses will have contingency plans in place to help them survive, such as emergency capital, assets and business insurance. Smaller businesses, on the other hand, can usually only survive on cash flow for a number of months at most. When a significant event hits, the impact can be devastating for both the business owner and any employees working for them.
No matter where your business is right now, it will need to adapt over time to match demand, market trends and future growth. If your existing software solutions are holding your business back or causing you maintenance headaches, it could be time to consider an upgrade.
If you run a small business, you might think that cybercriminals will see you as small game and pass you by. But think again. While targeting the larger corporations could potentially net criminals bigger results, these companies are more likely to have robust security defenses in place. Small businesses, on the other hand, may not have got so far along with their security strategy.
Many small and medium-sized businesses are not prepared for the tricks and tactics employed by hackers to extract company data. And the risk is huge. Just one data breach could bring any SMB to its knees in lost revenue and a damaged reputation.
Over the past decade, the number of employees working remotely has increased steadily to 4.7 million. That's 3.4 percent of the population. With technology and communications evolving, it is no longer necessary for employees to be tethered to their desks or confined to a cubicle. In fact, research shows that remote working is a good thing, with 80 percent of those working from home experiencing improved morale and 82 percent feeling less stressed.
You’ve heard of phishing attacks and the risk they can pose to businesses and individuals. Well, now there is a new threat on the block and it’s designed to target business owners and CEOs and the companies they work for. This type of attack has one common goal: to extract money from the company.
With 2020 in full effect, it’s a great time to reflect on last year’s business highs and lows and set some new goals for a successful year. There is nothing stopping you from taking your business to the next level in 2020, especially when it comes to technology.
With so many digital solutions at your fingertips, there are many digital New Year resolutions you can make today that will take your business forward. In this article, we’ll take a look at some realistic changes you can make across your small business that will help you to ensure that 2020 is your best year yet.