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How should you plan your business’ recovery from COVID-19?

“Right now I would be planning my recovery… If you have a plan that lays out your intention for recovering, then you can enact that instead of starting a plan when you think recovery has [already] begun.” - Hank Brown, Cyberwarfare Expert The past month has created a different world for businesses across our country. [...]

April 23rd, 2020|Categories: Cybersecurity, Remote Workforce, Remote Workplace|

The keys to building a successful startup in the face of a pandemic

“The startups that weather the storm are going to be the ones that roll up their sleeves and commit to serving the customer right in front of them.” - Austin Church, Brand Consultant & Founder of Balernum Starting a business has always been a risky venture filled with challenges and difficulties to overcome. But with [...]

April 15th, 2020|Categories: Remote Workforce, Remote Workplace, Small Businesses|

How to Manage Your Employees, Not the Environment, for Successful Remote Work

“We know we’re in a transition. You can feel it. It’s going to be a different work world a year from now.” - Kevin Waters, CEO of Clear Leader Group An overwhelming amount of businesses find themselves scrambling to transition from a traditional work environment in the office to a remote model where employees work [...]

April 6th, 2020|Categories: Remote Workforce, Remote Workplace, Small Businesses, Technology, Training|

Is Your Business Prepared for Coronavirus?

Would your employees know what to do if you and half of your workforce contracted coronavirus (COVID-19) in one day? A situation like this sounds extreme, but the reality is they happen. Disasters are often unexpected. Right now our world is focused on the global outbreak of coronavirus. As it spreads, many are left wondering [...]

March 9th, 2020|Categories: People, Remote Workforce, Small Businesses, Technology, Vulnerability|

Case Study: How One Architecture Firm Found Freedom in IT Rather Than Frustration

At The IT Company, we believe that IT should help you grow business for your firm rather than hold it back, especially when you are one of the largest architecture firms in the East Tennessee area. The last thing you should be dealing with are frustrations about overpriced IT that doesn’t work half the time. [...]

February 28th, 2020|Categories: Customer Interview, IT provider, Small Businesses, Technology|

Is Your Business Prepared for a Cyber Attack? – Free Lunch & Learn

On Tuesday, March 10, we’re providing an opportunity for business owners and decision makers like you to learn how to make sure your business isn’t an easy target for cyber attacks with the next installment in our Lunch & Learn series: “Are You Prepared? Understanding Cyber Threats & Risks to Your Business.” Are You Aware [...]

How Can Your Architecture or Engineering Firm Take Back Stolen Time with the Right IT Strategy?

You and your employees have important tasks to do. You didn’t spend countless hours and nights for years in the architecture or engineering labs at school to waste all day restarting the router because of a failing internet connection, or solving why the printer doesn’t work after installing new software. Unfortunately, that’s what many architects [...]

February 14th, 2020|Categories: IT provider, Small Businesses, Technology|