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How to Keep Your Older Computer in Good Repair

All businesses have devices that are a bit older than others. Oftentimes, those computers are also the most valuable: they’re the server your business relies on and have old information that isn’t backed up. Here are two answers to the age-old question of “Should I turn off my computer at night?” that help your technology last longer: Powering your computers on and off can wear through the parts. Your computer is never in more motion or producing more heat than when you’re turning it on. Unless your computers all have solid state drives, you want to minimize power cycles as much as possible. It also means you can’t access the data… Read More

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Things You Can Do to Improve Your Computer’s Performance

Having a computer that performs well, and executes tasks quickly, is vital to ensuring the success of any business. Not only can a slow computer be extremely frustrating, but it can also lead to a decrease in productivity. However, over time you will likely notice your computer begin to slow down. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to improve your computer’s performance, which can help you to maximize productivity. Here are a few of the things you can do to maximize your computer’s speed and performance.   Try a Different Web Browser If you have been noticing performance issues with your computer when using the internet,… Read More

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Managed Network Expansion for Your Growing SaaS Business (Part 2)

Welcome back to the second half of our two-part article on why every growing Saas business needs to keep network expansion in mind. There are many small online businesses that need very few resources for visitor bandwidth because they have very few visitors. However, if your popularity, online presence, and number of customers are rising, then naturally you will want a much more fortified website to go along with all this increased traffic. Last time we talked about how a successfully growing SaaS can create more traffic than their own website can handle. This results in a self-inflicted DDoS which is what happens when a website can’t handle any more visitors. We also talked… Read More

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Managed Network Expansion for Your Growing SaaS Business (Part 1)

In order to provide online services, every SaaS business needs an infrastructure that can support the kind of traffic, bandwidth, and data handling created by constant user connections. Most SaaS programs are completely or almost completely cloud-based, accessible through control panels, live dashboards, platforms, and mobile apps that are constantly sharing data back and forth between the client devices and your central service servers. Because most SaaS programs are keyed for B2B use, you are not only handling all of your clients, but the majority of their clients as well creating a truly massive amount of data handling. This means that your infrastructure needs to have an impressive capacity, connectivity speed, and… Read More

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