In the tech industry, “end of life” refers to a calendar date when the developers will no longer provide customer support or security updates for a hardware or software product. If there are still bugs or flaws in the item when it reaches that particular day, the developers will not fix them anymore.
As enterprises grow and evolve, agility and adaptability become crucial. For example, each of your employees requires a company phone number, which means you need a telecommunications system that doesn't cause bottlenecks during the onboarding process.
As wonderful as periods of sustained growth are, they can be hard to survive on-premise telephony systems that have higher maintenance and setup costs, reliance on IT support, and the demand for on-site hardware.
Shopping around for your company’s internet involves more than locating the ideal service provider in your area. Before making that purchase, you need a rough approximation of what internet speed your firm needs. Some business owners or IT personnel will dismiss this as something trivial, but computing bandwidth is actually not an easy thing to do.
Companies all over Kansas City have adopted cloud-based technologies at a rapid pace over the past few years, and for good reasons. The cloud is affordable enough for SMBs to implement IT solutions that eliminate in-house hardware, boost employee mobility, and reduce costs.
Mergers and acquisitions are hard on small businesses. Your company may be bringing in a new partner to boost your products and services, hoping that two merged companies would perform better than just one, or perhaps your firm is the missing component in a corporation’s master plan.
Complete Technology is proud to announce and welcome Sarah Goodin as the Company’s Vice President of Operations. Since inception, Complete Technology has been focused on providing enterprise level managed IT services to small and mid-sized businesses in the Kansas City area.
Humans have always found better ways of communicating with each other. From pictographs to emojis, communication technologies have evolved into the mobile chat apps today.
With the rise of the internet in the mid 90s, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, AIM, and other instant messaging programs gave early chat websites some competition.
Are you familiar with the expression, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”? Those words of wisdom from Benjamin Franklin describe the challenges faced by IT departments to keep their companies running.
As a business owner, you know that network downtime can result in lost revenue, data failure, lower employee productivity, and lost customers.
The World Wide Web has significantly altered the way we do everyday tasks and conduct business. We purchase goods, pay bills, share documents, and send email by inputting our personal details online without hesitation.
But do you know how much private data your company is collecting over the internet? Or what happens to that data? The recent implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) addresses these and other data privacy concerns, and it's imperative for businesses to familiarize themselves with the changes.
Relocating your business to a new location is an exciting time for everyone in the company, although it can be a stressful affair for the people organizing it. This huge undertaking is time-consuming, expensive and disruptive, but it is a necessary step forward to grow your firm.