At home, and at the office, we gravitate towards things that make our lives easier.
IT doesn’t drive the bottom line, but that doesn’t make it less important. Aligning your IT to a real plan will get you results that you need right now and into the future, getting you back to your business. Here are a few ways managed IT will help save you time and money, so you can focus on what matters most.
At Graycon, change is just another word for growth. Our 2015 acquisition by Ricoh Canada Inc. brought about change in all aspects of our business, which has planted the seeds for organizational growth from coast to coast. Today, powered by Ricoh, our team of IT and business professionals bring both a global awareness and local perspective to your business.
Autumn is fast approaching, and as the bumblebees begin to nest away, worker-bees (of the human species) are emerging from their summer vacations and preparing to gear down for a busy season. Whether you're looking to connect with industry professionals or gain insight into valuable thought leadership, we would be happy to connect with you at any of these events.
As you fumble with your three-year-old, work-issued BlackBerry, cursing at its plodding pace, you notice your young, newly arrived colleague across the room swiping and scrolling away on an iPhone.
IT is vital – and it’s going to cost money. While the technology expectations of your customers and staff continue to rise, IT budgets have a hard time keeping up. How do you get the most business value for your IT dollar? Here are a few ways Managed IT compares to Non-Managed IT when it comes down to cost savings.
Change is unavoidable in business. How do you build IT that can continually adapt to your needs? The key, in most cases, is to truly understand your IT environment and your business goals, aligning the two to each other in a roadmap that allows you to plan for the future while maintaining the agility needed to deal with the present. Here are a few ways a managed IT provider can help you to navigate change, in comparison to a non-managed strategy.
You’ve just submitted your team’s budget forecast for the upcoming year. A few minutes later, an e-mail appears in your inbox from your director, bearing a rather disquieting subject line—“Come see me ASAP”—and demanding an explanation for your proposition.
The recession has tightened up your commissions at work, you got in a fender-bender last week and now your cat is sick, leaving you with a hefty veterinary bill. As it sinks in that unexpected expenses have left your bank account just shy of this month’s mortgage payment, you realize you need help, fast.
Once upon a time, anti-virus programs were solely used at work, and company cellphones were only placed in the hands of senior executives.
Do you remember what the office was like before email? Before sharing memes in office group chats and furtively online shopping during conference calls was the norm? The reality is, the number of office workers who will ever recall a day without the instantaneous, anytime-anywhere connectivity we have today is rapidly decreasing.