As Boston Tech Support providers, we found interest in this Boston Business Journal article for two reasons. One it's about Boston Business and second it's about technology. Of course we'd be interested, hopefully you will [...]
We found this article in the Boston Business Journal interesting for supporters of Boston Area Small Businesses. The Pipeline Fellowship, is launching its inaugural class in Boston in December with several prominent local women among [...]
In this video, Liza Macgale asks Craig Raubenheimer of Roan Solutions to discuss managed services and how they are beneficial for small and medium size businesses. Managed services focuses on four sectors - operation, administration, [...]
used with permission from the Cisco Small Business Center Easy IT Strategies that Save Money and Help the Environment Smart information technology (IT) practices can reduce the environmental impact of conducting business, and help small [...]
In this audio post/podcast, Liza Macgale asks Craig Raubenheimer of Roan Solutions to discuss Cloud computing for small and medium size businesses. For more information, you can contact Roan Solutions at 617-517-6444 or on the [...]
Small and Medium sized businesses with outsourced IT solutions have an advantage over those who do not because they have less downtime on their network. To succeed in a highly intense business cities such as [...]
At the core of every business are the fundamental office productivity applications that support nearly every business function. The Microsoft Office suite of applications is so familiar that many managers probably assume they know everything they need to know about its capabilities. But according to Monica Robinson, Microsoft Office 2007 senior product manager, there are numerous new features-some subtle, some dramatic-that can make a significant difference for businesses. "With the right software tools, employees are better able to impact the business," she says.
Everyone's business took a hit in the past months but that does not mean we cannot make our businesses grow. Some of the ways the government has helped small businesses is by tax breaks to [...]
Do you remember when owning a car used to be simple? 20 years ago we felt competent enough to do a lot more with our cars than just fill them up with gas. It wasn't even uncommon for the average guy to carry out some solid repairs without ever calling a mechanic. Today, it is rare to see anyone opening the hood at all. The complexity of automotive technology has grown so much that it is now easier and more cost effective to just let experts handle it and focus on enjoying the drive.