September Newsletter

Welcome to the September 2016 Edition of The Real Times Well the summer is officially over and most of us are back to work and school. I hope your summer was enjoyable and relaxing. Real Time is celebrating our 35th year in business next month. So much has changed in that time. Reflecting some of those changes, this month articles highlight hosted email, instant messaging’s role in business and how to decide if your desktops still are a fit as a tool for your business. We also have one on security from our CTO Mike Van Pelt. Click here to […]

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July Newsletter

Welcome to the July 2016 Edition of The Real Times Well, it’s officially summer. The kids are out of school and so many people are away that not much gets done in the business world. So with the heat and thoughts of your upcoming vacation, I know that we have to have really interesting content to get your attention. I am excited to introduce Alan Bernstein as our Customer Service Coordinator. Alan is responsible for customer interface, scheduling and coordinating all the details necessary to make your service delivery experience smooth and timely. Alan comes to Real Time with many […]

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May Newsletter

Welcome to the May 2016 Edition of the Real Times. As I have mentioned in previous May newsletters, congratulations to those readers who have students graduating high school or college this month and special wishes to all those Moms for Mother’s Day. In this edition, we have lots of good information on how to avoid spam and educate yourself about Grayware, Adware, and Madware, yeah really Madware, and ways to keep your computer free of the pesky stuff. Click here to check out the complete newsletter

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March Newsletter

Welcome to the March 2016 Edition of the Real Times. Along with spring time comes a less favorite ritual, tax filing! This month we have a piece on the do’s and don’ts to help keep you secure when filing online. We have also included a timely commentary on Business Continuity. And if your business has multiple branch offices, you may find the article on online meeting software to be worth your time. Click here to check out the complete newsletter.

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January 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to the January 2016 Edition of The Real Times. First of all, we would like to extend a very Happy New Year to all our customers, vendors and friends! With the weather here in the Northeast having been so warm, it’s hard to believe it’s January. For our first edition in 2016, we have articles on operational evolution, safeguarding your data through encryption, why purchasing a consumer grade PC for your business may cost you more in the long run, and tips to keep your workforce healthy during flu season. Click here to check out the complete newsletter.

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November Newsletter

Well it’s November and summer is over, but you wouldn’t know it by the way the temperature was last week in the Northeast. Click here to check out the complete newsletter.

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September Newsletter

We have some exciting news to share and a few great articles that might pique your interest. Click here to check out the complete newsletter.

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6 Ways to Boost Your IT with Managed Services

There are certain times of the business year that you might find yourself wishing you could just clone yourself. You might even want clones of your entire team to achieve those quick deadlines and turnarounds. In accordance with Murphy’s Law, technology will oftentimes fall prey to problems, such as hardware failures and network downtime, during these already stressful times. This gives you and your teams more to deal with. Although clones would be helpful, there’s another (and currently more realistic) option available for businesses looking to confront their IT woes: Managed Services. Managed Services have evolved over the last few […]

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Managed Services Frees Up Your IT Department

Setting IT budgets for the year can be a revealing exercise. It starts with reflecting on which investments paid off, which expenditures were extraneous, and which payments were important but completely out of sync with forecasts. To budget properly for the coming year, the company makes assumptions based on future-focused questions: Where is the company growing most? How will we plan for that growth? How will we support that growth plan? How do we keep ourselves secure? From there, a business can plan where investments should be made and do its best to set a realistic budget. Of all of […]

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May Newsletter

Our articles this month focus on productivity and security. How to get more out of mobile in the office and precautions to take to avoid malicious people and software. We hope you find them worth your time. Click here to check out the complete newsletter.

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