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IT in Connecticut: 4 Benefits of IoT Technology

By: Kelser
June 13th, 2018

The IoT (Internet of Things) technology has played a pivotal role in many businesses, especially for companies in the manufacturing industry. IoT has transformed the identity of manufacturing companies, as they have spent over $178 billion in 2016, according to IDC data. This number is only expected to continue to grow as more businesses transition into using IoT technology. Here are four ways that using an IT provider in Connecticut that offers IoT technology can benefit your company:

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IT in CT: What is the Cloud and Why Should You Care?

By: Kelser
June 6th, 2018

People are talking about the cloud. Businesses everywhere are also talking about the cloud. It may be a buzzword, but it really is worth your time. You may be wondering what it is, how it came to be, and if there are any tangible benefits for your business to adopt it. IT in CT has been changed forever because of the growing applications of cloud computing, so it’s necessary to at least have some idea about what it’s all about.

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IT in Connecticut: 3 Reasons to Choose Cloud Computing

By: Kelser
May 16th, 2018

Many businesses face the decision of migrating to the cloud. Certainly, companies must consider the cost of transitioning to cloud computing. Thankfully, an IT provider in Connecticut can help make the process as smooth as possible while keeping downtime to a minimum. Here are three simple reasons why your business should consider using cloud technology.

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IT in Connecticut: Questions to Ask When Vetting Cloud Providers

By: Kelser
May 9th, 2018

Selecting a cloud provider is more difficult than most assume. If you do not ask the right questions, you will likely be disappointed with the cloud provider's quality of service. IT experts in Connecticut has identified the best questions to pose to cloud providers:

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IT in CT Can Help You Comprehensively Secure Your Business Through the Cloud

By: Kelser
March 26th, 2018

Getting on the Cloud "Train" IT providers in CT are offering cloud computing solutions out of modern necessity. From smart devices storing information on the cloud, to increased computational power being leveled at operational problems, there are a lot of mainstream uses for the cloud today. If you want to maximize your business and stay competitive, it only makes sense to get involved with the cloud.

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3 Ways an IT Services Provider in CT Can Improve Telecommuting

By: Kelser
March 14th, 2018

Telecommuting has become increasingly popular for businesses. Nowadays, employees work from home or any location. However, working from home isn't without a few risks. An IT services provider in CT can help ensure that each of your employees remains protected and can avoid losing any confidential data, even if they work from home or anywhere. Considering telecommuting, here are three ways a managed service provider (MSP) can have a positive impact on these work-from-home jobs:

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