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28
May

TXSG Closing Monday, May 31st for Memorial Day

 

“Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it. It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.” – Unknown

The Texas Systems Group office will be closed on Monday, May 31st in honor of Memorial Day. However, you can still contact us if you need technical support.

• If you are a BrightStar Managed Service client and need immediate technical assistance, please call 512.249.5252 and select Option 2 to have an on-call technician return your call within 30 minutes.

Otherwise,

• Please send an email to support@txsg.com, to which we will respond on Tuesday, June 1st during normal business hours.

In appreciation,
The TXSG Team

21
May

How IT Support for Healthcare is Enabling an Industry-Wide Digital Transformation

Businesses everywhere are feeling the pressure when it comes to digital transformation. In today’s fast-paced, tech-driven world, keeping up with all of the digital trends can feel overwhelming. That said, modern-day enterprises must be able to select the right technologies to invest in and ensure that their teams are on board with any changes in order to be successful. For firms that wish to stay competitive in today’s market, this translates letting go of outdated business processes and accepting a little bit of disruption to yield big results. Read more

14
May

How to Get the Most out of Your Microsoft Collaboration Tools with MSP Services

Choosing the right collaboration tools is a key factor in enabling better communication among your employees, which can contribute to a better bottom line. Two of Microsoft’s most popular collaboration tools – SharePoint and Office 365 – aim to do just that: improve communication across your enterprise for the sake of more productivity and profitability. While these two products are both designed with the same goal in mind, they are actually quite different in terms of how they’re used. Figuring out which program best suits your organization starts with understanding the products themselves, so keep reading as we describe both programs in more depth and explain when each one should be used, as well as how utilizing MSP services during the integration process can enhance your ROI. Read more

7
May

Understanding Remote Desktop Support Services: VPN vs. RDP

The purpose of remote desktop support services is pretty straightforward: to support your remote workforce by providing secure access to corporate data, systems, and applications. There are two main ways to enable this access. One requires a virtual private network (VPN), while the other uses a process known as remote desktop protocol (RDP). However, when it gets down to the nitty gritty, does your business actually know the difference between these two major remote solutions? If you are like most organizations, the answer is probably no. While both of these support services are fit for facilitating remote work, they work very differently and have their own unique set of pros and cons. Keep reading as we define both VPN and RDP solutions, along with how to choose the best option for your enterprise.

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3
May

Texas Systems Group Named to ChannelE2E Top 100 Vertical Market Managed Service Providers: 2021 Edition

Sixth-Annual List Reveals Leading Managed Service Providers
In Healthcare, Legal, Government, Financial Services & More

May 3rd, 2021, Austin, Texas: Texas Systems Group has been named to After Nines Inc.’s ChannelE2E Top 100 Vertical Market Managed Service Providers list and research (http://www.channelE2E.com/top100) for 2021. The annual list and research (hashtag: #MSP100) identify and honor the top 100 managed services providers (MSPs) in healthcare, legal, government, financial services, manufacturing and additional vertical markets.

This year’s Top 100 Vertical Market MSP research results are particularly impressive. MSP honorees successfully navigated the coronavirus pandemic and grew their managed annual vertical market revenue 25 percent on average. In stark contrast, total small business revenue in the United States fell 27.5 percent from January 2020 through March 2021, according to TrackTheRecovery.org.

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