This month we are focusing on our value of Innovate through creativity. I personally love this value, because it allows us to think outside of the box. To dream about things that can impact others in a positive way. This value challenges us to not accept the status quo, and to really be forethinkers in the industry. Our vision to provide the best IT experience in North America relies on our team’s commitment to this value.
A mature look at the cloud encompasses more than just the technology, it involves a discussion on how the cloud fits into your business strategy and goals. While technology is always a focus at TechPulse, we also provide learning opportunities that focus on the challenges associated with growing and administering a business.
Disasters can come from all directions: from the employee that accidentally deletes a file off the server to a failed server, and from a ransomware attack that locks down all your files to a snow storm that cuts power to your office. Do you have a plan in place to return to productivity and minimize the cost of downtime in the event of different types of disasters?
“Cloud” has become one of the most-used buzzwords in technology over the past few years. Are you effectively leveraging your Cloud technology? Are there additional productivity gains or efficiencies you could be gaining from Cloud?
Mytech has developed a comprehensive report that provides an overview of the services and interaction between Mytech and the client. Below is a summary of the components on the report.
TechPulse 2017 is your opportunity to step away from the day-to-day of your business to think strategically about technology. This year, our 11th annual, will focus on the cloud. We know that most of you are already using the cloud in some way, but now it’s time to consider how you might leverage it more.
Last month we discussed how Mytech was taking some time to reflect on how our organization was doing with respect to culture. One of our values at Mytech is “Set the next person up for success.” Perhaps your organization is struggling with its culture or you are just starting on the journey to define or redefine your organization’s culture. The following exercise which we just went through, might set you up for success for that journey.
When you turn on your faucet, or flip on a light switch, you don’t ever think that the water will not run, or the light will not turn on – shouldn’t your IT be the same? Cloud services have enabled organizations to turn formerly significant capital purchases into operating expenses - which has simultaneously increased the availability and reliability of those services, on which your business can depend.
How do we inspire a thriving culture when the very nature of culture is forever changing? Culture is part of our every workplace regardless of whether we have defined what is important to the culture or not. Our clients, vendors and colleagues weave a complex cultural web with every interaction they make throughout each and every day. Left unfettered culture is a powerful tool that can either build up or tear down an organization.
Companies strive to hire those that can make a difference. Most hiring managers seek individuals who can be left alone to their own devices, do better than the rest, and work together as a team and change the game for everyone involved. Employees inspired by leadership and each other are the difference between mediocrity and doing great things.
It’s that time of year again. Holiday shopping season - where retailers see an uptick in online sales and all media outlets warn us to be vigilant to online security threats. This year, we have decided to join in the chorus of voices. Here are some things you can do to help protect your business.
From time to time I notice how Mytech values stretch beyond just the walls of our physical building. As an organization Mytech encourages team members to improve themselves not only professionally, but personally as well. This month’s value is Never Stop Learning, which is definitely one of those values that meets you beyond just the nine to five.