Recently we've had some great articles on how to create an IT operations manual for your business.
Thought we'd change things up with a video, today.
Now - just to put this out there - I'm from the southern US and, at first, this guy's accent even threw ME off.
Times are tough for everyone right now.
What's the best way to expand your customer base during these tough economic times?
Are customers willing to pay more for tech services even while cutting back in other departments?
It's said that even when we're not saying anything verbally that we are still communicating non-verbally. If this is true, then it's critical for computer consultants trying to sell managed services to understand what they might be signaling to their prospects without knowing.
Want double-digit growth?
Hear managed services and cloud provider R&G Technologies talk about their "winning formula" and how their business achieved double-digit growth over the last three years.
As with all our webinars, the floor will be open for your questions.
My recent blog post entitled, “How to Create an IT Operations Manual for your Business” generated a lot of feedback from IT Companies eager to learn more.
It seems systemizing your IT business and creating processes that create efficient processes is high on the list of many IT businesses priorities.
This title is from an Aesop's fable that fascinated me until I finally realized how it might apply to IT marketing.
The fable tells of a man with buried treasure who would dig up his treasure everyday and then bury it again. One day a thief happened to witness this spectacle and stole the treasure.
We're living in the 21st century now, practically the future, right? We deal in gigabit networks and cloud technology. Who in their right mind is going to rely on an outdated technology like old fashioned snail mail?
Plenty of businesses, it turns out.
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