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Managed IT Customer Experience

Your managed IT provider is your partner and the expectation is that they understand your needs and hopefully your business. A provider who understands what your business does and how it works will be more successful in meeting your expectations and providing an experience that allows a successful partnership benefiting everyone.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00

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Are You Ready for Bad Weather?

Preparing your IT infrastructure for severe weather is something we all should be doing if you do not already have a plan ready to go. Unfortunately, all too often the questions that surround preparedness are left until the last minute, the moment when the local news and weather stations are saying the storm is on its way.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00

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The Value of NOC Monitoring

All too often NOC is thought of as an alert service to tell you when something is down or broken, but when implemented properly and the data used efficiently, it can add high value to your bottom line and to your customer experience.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00

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5 Things to Look for in a Managed IT Services Company

When reviewing Managed IT Services companies for your business, there are 5 things to look for. Make sure the Managed IT Services company you choose provides the service and support you need.
Written by Michael Standley at 00:00

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Why I Support Fiber vs. Fixed 5G

Recently another engineering firm submitted a report to the FCC stating that 5G is not a solution for rural America. The Engineering team at CHR Solutions agrees 100% with that perspective. Companies, such as AT&T and Verizon, should not be viewed as having the right model for broadband expansion in rural America. These two companies, and others, have primarily staked their claim on the more densely populated areas, and left rural America alone.
Written by Sam Harlan at 00:00

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