How are you planning for 2020?

Brett Harney Application Integration, Cloud, Collaboration, Communication, Managed Network Services, Network Security, Unified Communications

With not only a new year but a new decade right around the corner, company leaders need to be mapping out a serious plan for what’s ahead. But where do you start? It’s a major challenge in deciding when ‘outdated technology’ is holding an organization back, or when it’s still delivering value. Or determining if the ROI for building integrations …

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How Sustainable Is Your Technology?

Brett Harney Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery, Cloud, Hosted Phone, Managed Network Services, Unified Communications, VoIP

My high school-aged daughter, Blair, came home last week with an English assignment. Her teacher asked her to write a paper about sustainability and how it impacts Blair’s teenage life.  It was a good question even though Blair didn’t necessarily like the project. As we discussed it throughout dinner, it made me think more and more on how technology has …

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CTG Hosts Tech Summit to Engage with Cloud Thought Leaders

Brett Harney Cloud, Communication, Managed Network Services, news, Unified Communications, VoIP

This week Corporate Technologies Group hosted a Technology Summit designed exclusively for CIO/IT leaders who want to enhance their knowledge around IT innovation and cloud transformation. The Summit was led by Michael Sterl, Chief Strategy Officer for Carve Digital and IT Thought Leader. The days’ speakers included representatives from CTG and several of their partner cloud solution providers, most of …

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4 Tips to Optimize Your Experience with Managed Cloud Providers

Brett Harney Cloud, Managed Network Services

When considering moving your business to the cloud, you need to decide how much involvement you want in managing that cloud. The cloud doesn’t run itself. Some people fear they will “lose control of their data” if they outsource cloud management. However, managed cloud providers aren’t taking control, they are using their training to make sure your data is safe …