Before any small business owner starts buying hardware and software to build a firm's technology infrastructure, he or she needs to map out a long-term strategy that aligns the company's technology solutions with its financial and operational goals. Elements of that strategy include deciding whether and when to use outside consultants and service providers to address technology needs, knowing how to keep things running when a component of your technology fails, and planning for the full life cycle of equipment and technical services. The articles contained here can give you a fundamental understanding of these issues, and perhaps a competitive advantage over your business rivals.
Develop long-term plans and strategies to help your business get the most out of technology.
When you can't do it yourself, who do you turn to? This section offers advice on how and whom to choose.
How to plan for technological breakdowns, and how to minimize the damage to your business when they happen.
What do you do with your company's obsolete electronic devices? This site can help you find a recycler in your area.
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