Many business leaders state that the most important asset of any organisation are it’s people, or staff, few would argue with that. The second most important asset of any organisation is it’s information, I would wholeheartedly agree with both claims. The problem is that outsourcing IT is a very attractive proposition, for the same reason outsourcing anything that is not your core business. For example, why would an investment bank invest in an IT department of their own, when it’s not their business, they’re an investment bank after all.
With so many IT outsource companies out there companies need to be very careful when choosing one. The most important questions to ask providers include how will you keep our information secure. Meaning the companies and probably more importantly, your clients. Secondly, do you understand our business or industry? Have they worked with similar industries? If they have that is great as they will understand your needs better. Be sure to ask though if they work with any of your competitors, for non disclosure purposes. Are they ISO 27001 certified?
Who do they partner, vendor wise? If they partner an anti virus vendor, for example, that doesn’t have a particularly great reputation, or is a start up, then maybe avoid them. Do they offer free, on site evaluations? If not, why not? Can they show you statistics of their response times to current clients? What percentage of their current service level agreements have they met in the past 12 months?
This is just an outline of the most important factors when choosing a company to outsource your 2nd most important asset to. Tread carefully !
Hey everyone, I would like to welcome you all back to my computers and electronics blog. You know, everything that we have in the computer world that has made it as a universal standard has so many others to thank for their success. There are always countless heads that are stepped on in order to make it to the top, and in computers the bodies attached to those heads usually fall right off the pyramid. Data storage is a great example. We remember some of the greats, like 5.25 and 3.25 inch floppies and CD-ROM disks. Some of you out there might even remember the ZIP disks. But if you take a closer look, there are many, many more casualties. Read more
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Virtual Reality in 2016
Hey there everyone, welcome back to my computers and electronics blog. Thanks for coming back to read another one of our posts, you guys help us grow all the time. Today I wanted to take a look back at 2016 and the changes that we saw in the world of virtual reality or VR. I went searching on this classified ads website called http://www.for-sale.co.uk/ and found some pretty good deals on virtual reality equiptment that was available last year so I thought I would take a look at it with your readers. Here are my picks for the best virtual reality devices of 2016. Oculus Rift Read more
Razer Mamba Mouse Review
Hello there everyone, welcome back to another exciting look into the world of computers and electronics. I hope you all had an amazing holiday, and if you didn’t get what you wanted that you were able to find it after the holidays. That’s what happened for me, and I found the tournament mouse I have been longing for; a mint condition Razer Mamba from this auction and classifieds website, http://www.for-sale.ie/razer-mamba and that link will take you right to the Razer Mamba page so you can grab one yourself! It may not be the Deathadder but I am in love with it and if you play DOTA, League of Legends or Smite then you will love it as well. Read more
Many business leaders state that the most important asset of any organisation are it’s people, or staff, few would argue with that. The second most important asset of any organisation is it’s information, I would wholeheartedly agree with both claims. The problem is that outsourcing IT is a very attractive proposition, for the same reason outsourcing anything that is not your core business. For example, why would an investment bank invest in an IT department of their own, when it’s not their business, they’re an investment bank after all. Read more
External Hard Drives
Hey there peeps, welcome back to another exciting entry in my electronics blog! I know you all are probably getting geared up for thanksgiving, I sure am! The wife’s whole family is coming down, including the dozen or so young kids! Yay! I am bubbling with excitement! Well I actually am because this year I got 6 external hard drives full of more TV shows and movies than you could shake a stick at. We got 3 TV’s, 2 laptops, and 2 tablets plus whatever everyone else is bringing so these kids should be able to watch Frozen and the same episode of Spongebob Squarepants as many times as they want, wherever they want. I love having all these little hard drives to whip out whenever is needed. I have 20 of them all together excluding flash drives and solid state hard drives and they are the most useful piece of technology I have( mostly because my stupid phone doesn’t work) Read more
Educational Computer Games
Hey guys, a warm welcome back to my computer and electronics blog. I know that a lot of you reading this are parents, and as parents who read a computer blog where I talk about gaming often I would assume you want to get your child into gaming or already have. If you already have then you know where I'm going, but if not then let me show you the world of Educational Computer Software. I was born in the beginning of the computer age, where most people had a computer in their house. My mom got me on the computer at home very early, and had me using the mouse before I could sue my own legs. This has definitely helped me out, from my prowess in video games to my ability to use most electronic gadgets with no issue. These educational software were very helpful to my development and if you have a small child I suggest you give them a go. Read more
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Video Streaming on Your Apple TV
Greeting fellow computer and electronics lovers, I am back! This week I picked up an Apple 40GB Apple TV from an online classified ads website and I have been so happy with it! I am able to sit in bed, eat pizza with my laptop directly on my crotch and watch something on the TV without having any cords to my laptop. Hizzah! This is what being on the top of the food chain gets you! Of course, I needed to have some good streaming options downloaded onto my Apple TV or it would be all for not. So, if you're like me and want to eat pizza in bed while watching grown men beat the ever-loving hell out of each other and then watch some weird brother sister stuff fully sanctioned by the FCC then you should download these video streaming apps. Read more
Hi there folks. Welcome back once again to my computing blog. I am uber excited to be back for another blog post about one of my favourite range of products by my favourite consumer brand. You guessed it, the Apple iPad Pro! I absolutely adore Apple products. The iMac, the Macbook Pro, the iPhone and of course, the iPad. The iPad Pro is the latest edition to the iPad range and, as I will go on to point out, not only has it improved on the achievements of its predecessors but it is delivering those improvements via a much bigger package! The iPad Pro is on the market now and you can get the cheapest prices and bargains on iPads for sale at the following website: http://www.easyprices.com/electronics Anyway, lets get onto giving you the rundown of the awesomeness of the iPad Pro and what you can expect from this phenomanal piece of kit! Read more