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Why Use Business Intelligence?

Posted by David Hafke Jan 12, 2021 11:20:09 AM
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Topics: Business Intelligence

What Can Managed Service Providers Do For Real Estate Firms?

Posted by Keith Shaffer Mar 22, 2020 12:08:27 PM

For real estate businesses, tasks like lead generation, tenant management and communications take up the majority of property managers’ time. Working with a managed service provider (MSP) can help automate many of these processes and leverage real estate businesses to work on only high-priority items and activities. Some of the benefits of using managed service providers include:

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Topics: Managed Service Provider

Event Management  Onsite Servers: A Case Study in Optimizing Workflow

Posted by Keith Shaffer Mar 16, 2020 3:00:08 PM

A Case Study in Optimizing Workflow

 

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Topics: Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams

What Can Managed Service Providers Do For Nonprofits?

Posted by Keith Shaffer Mar 9, 2020 4:01:00 PM

Nonprofit organizations have several operations that can be improved significantly with the use of software. Generally, most nonprofits don’t have a dedicated IT team, so there are one or more people who handle the technical aspects of the nonprofit. A solution for this is to work with a managed service provider (MSP). MSPs allow nonprofits to leverage IT teams without having to pay for the costs that internal IT teams would require. Some of the benefits of working with MSPs include:

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Topics: Non Profit, Disaster Recovery, Data Privacy

What Can Managed Service Providers Do for Law Firms?

Posted by Keith Shaffer Mar 4, 2020 6:38:23 AM

The average law firm in the U.S. employs less than 10 people. This generally means that each individual in the firm is very active and do not have the time to manage computer networks or update computer workstations. . The average law firm does not have the resources to hire an IT team, but is still plagued with the same obstacles other competitors have on a daily basis. Working with a managed service provider (MSP) can be the most cost-effective solution for handling IT challenges within the firm.

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Topics: MSP, Document Control, Law Firms