6 crucial things to look for when choosing an IT provider

You know having IT infrastructure that just ‘works’ is crucial to the success of your business, but the cost of developing an in-house IT department with the right expertise would also be prohibiting.

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Why a return to the office needs careful consideration

“What’s next?” In the American TV series the West Wing, President Jed Bartlet often signalled the resolution of an insurmountable or intractable problem with the phrase “What’s next?” The situation wasn’t necessarily resolved, but, a solution was in play and other problems could now be focused on.

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The top 10 benefits of outsourcing IT support in 2021.

These days, business is reliant on IT like never before. Whether you’re a legal firm, manufacturing company, architect or hair salon, you will rely on technology in some way – and if you didn’t before the pandemic, you almost certainly will now. Indeed, throughout 2020, many companies have been forced implement a great deal of change when it comes to their technology, including continually adapting to the effect the pandemic has had on their use of technology, and therefore, how they support it.

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A round up of our top blogs from 2020.

Can you believe its nearly 2021? What a year it has been! I’m sure we can all agree it has been one like no other. Throughout this time, we still been able to cover a host of topics in the entrust IT Group blog – from cyber security insights to tips for working remotely amid the pandemic and much more.

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Microsoft v Google: Which is best for your independent school?

They are two of the biggest names in the business. Microsoft and Google have been the cornerstone of business software for decades, and in recent years they have turned their attention to the classroom. With education becoming increasingly reliant on the digital world, particularly as the Covid-19 pandemic disrupts schooling. If they haven’t already, independent schools across the country are turning to online e-learning tools to maintain their high teaching standards despite the disturbances of Covid-19. That leaves them with an important question, one that crosses the minds of every school looking to expand their teaching online: Microsoft or Google?

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How does Cloud CCTV Recording work?

In a previous blog, we discussed Cloud CCTV and how it works for businesses. We discussed how Cloud CCTV differs from “traditional” CCTV, how it works for the end user, and how you can take advantage of this service. In this blog, we will go slightly further, describing exactly how the recording function of Cloud CCTV works in a technical sense. This blog will help you to understand where your CCTV recordings go, what effect that has on your internet bandwidth, and what the differences are between our two packages: VideoIT Essentials and VideoIT Advanced.

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What is Cloud CCTV and how does it work?

The Background We are all familiar with Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV). It has been around for some time. The concept is a series of video-recording cameras which record imagery for use in securing buildings. It helps to give owners an overview of footfall and activity, as well as deterring criminal activity and for use as evidence to prosecute should that be required.

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Windows Virtual Desktop and Office 365: All you need to know.

We have spoken a lot about Windows Virtual Desktop in this blog. Indeed, the opportunities this new service from Microsoft can offer to business reliant on legacy applications make it truly exciting.

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Why you need proactive NOT reactive IT support

Today’s fast-paced businesses rely on technology in order to function. If computers or hardware fail, not only will customers and employees get frustrated, but their bottom line will suffer. The need for reliable IT systems has never been more prevalent.

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The secret to slashing your IT expenditure

Low budgets and limited expertise can keep organisations from making effective IT decisions. Investing in the right hardware will save you from headaches and lost time, as well as save you money in the long run. Without sufficient hardware, your business’ ongoing operations and bottom line could fail to run efficiently, or even at all.

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