If you look hard enough, you can find a myth in almost every topic you come across. From old wives’ tales to things that parents would tell you to get you to stop doing something, myths are part of common conversation.
We decided to investigate what myths are talked about regarding IT and technology. Here is the truth about some myths about technology and IT, debunked by managed IT service providers.
At Texas Systems Group, we are dedicated to providing Texas friendly, honest and caring IT support to our clients throughout Texas and the United States. Every day, our team members strive to turn technology hassles into phenomenal customer experiences. It is humbling to have recently surpassed 200 5-star Google Reviews and see so many of our clients take the time to share their experiences, making us the highest-rated Managed IT Service Provider in Central Texas!
Today, January 28th is Data Privacy Day and we are bringing awareness to the importance of protecting data. Not only is it crucial to safeguard information about yourself, but you also have a responsibility to protect any company and customer data you have access to at work. Here are just a few ways Managed IT Service Providers can help protect business data.
The public health and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are still being felt across the globe. COVID-19 managed to wreak havoc on companies’ ability to continue their business operations as usual, as it resulted in government-mandated shutdowns, disrupted supply chains, and major changes in consumer behavior. All of these things were compiled into one big blow to traditional company practices, causing a boom in more unorthodox approaches, such as entirely or partial remote work or outsourcing certain business functions to third-party providers (such as IT, HR, and accounting functions). Managed IT service providers are particularly important when it comes to supporting businesses while they’re on the road to recovery. Discover the ways in which an MSP can help your business bounce back post-pandemic. Read more
The construction and information technology industries seem like such polar opposites. One deals with a lot of physical labor while the other is totally technology-based. However, these two industries intermingle a lot more than you may think; in fact, employees in the construction industry must constantly adopt new forms of technology to achieve the time, cost, and quality goals of a project. Managed IT service providers and the construction industry work very closely when it comes to tracking the lifecycle of buildings and various construction phases, as construction firms are reliant on information to help them make decisions. The information should also enable task control, data integration, material and resource control, and communication between the suppliers and the company. Clearly, IT is a significant part of construction, so read on as we delve into how these industries work together to produce a robust and stable infrastructure for construction firms.