Genieall has attained the Cisco IoT specialization joining an elite club of partners in Canada who provide industrial security solutions.
With more and more organizations switching from on-premises environments to cloud, subscription-based productivity and collaboration tools are becoming more popular. Companies of all sizes are taking advantage of reduced capital expenses and flexibility provided by such platforms as Microsoft 365.
At the same time, the trend of users utilizing standard Microsoft products (Word, Excel, Power Point) remains mostly unchanged even after migrating to cloud-based suites with various apps.
All organizations have a turning point where they may require a helping hand with new technologies, processes and other factors to better support continual growth.
For example, you may notice that your in-house IT department cannot keep pace with growing technology requirements and service requests. Or perhaps, you are having difficulty keeping IT costs under control with the multitude of available solutions, many of which have overlapping features and functions.
As a result, many companies tend to partner with an IT services provider to benefit from their expertise and address any technology, staffing, or compliance requirements.
But how do you know if your company needs an IT services provider? When does this aha moment come where an organization goes on the lookout for an IT partner?
By granting our clients’ IT wishes we focus on what is important to them. This approach has helped us shape our customer-centric service model.
With an increased demand for extended service coverage in the Ottawa area, Genieall is excited to announce our expansion to the National Capital Region.
In the past few weeks, we examined risks and recommendations for organizations caused by the Coronavirus as well as provided a few things to keep in mind when working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health officials are urging people to stay home and to exercise proper hygiene to stay safe and help prevent the virus spread.
But what about cyber hygiene?
Turns out you should apply the same level of care to your supportive technology.