The IT Support Education Center
The most educational business technology blog for Southern California executives, featuring insider tips, articles, and videos on how to get the best IT results.
For an eager hands-on learner like Anthony S., studying new material by reading book after book is the quickest way for him to grow bored and burned out. What he prefers is to learn on the job by solving complex computer problems and gleaning advice from mentors, and that’s exactly what he’s been able to do at Accent Computer Solutions.
When you work with a Managed IT Services provider, the bulk of their work for you will be to proactively manage your network and endpoints so that everything is secure and running smoothly. There will be occasions when you need to make improvements, major changes, or adopt new technology, and that’s where Professional IT Services comes in.
Optimize your business's IT function, understand proper - and cost effective - IT staffing, and learn from the mistakes others have made.
Cybercrime and data theft pose threats in every sector of our lives, and the government and the military are no exception. That is why the Department of Defense (DOD) enacted the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) program in January 2020, which requires all organizations in the supply chain with the DOD to have their posture audited by an approved assessor.
With the wave of resignations sweeping the nation in "The Great Resignation," many companies are being left in the lurch with their IT manager putting in their notice. This is leading organizations to consider outsourcing IT instead of replacing the departing in-house IT manager. Outsourcing some or all of the IT function typically gives companies broader expertise, an expanded team, and better business results. But sometimes, that transition can be rocky.
Cloud applications have removed the barriers to sophisticated technology tools for startups and small businesses. You can find an app for just about anything you need to run a business – Accounting, HR, Sales, Marketing, Operations, Logistics...the list goes on.
The Great Resignation is upon us, and no industry or department is being spared. In the past few months, we've seen a massive increase in professionals leaving their roles and seeking new employment. This is a natural reaction to the rising pressure from the challenges of living and working through the COVID economic crisis. Now that we’re nearly two years into it, many people are looking to make a change. At the same time, there’s an incredible demand for qualified professionals to fill thousands of available positions across the US.
Imagine landing an IT job that allows you to do what you love, follow your passion for computers, interact with coworkers who are an extension of your family – and get a paycheck for it. For Corey S., a systems administrator at Accent Computer Solutions, this is his everyday reality.
For those who work in the rapidly evolving IT industry, the thought of stagnating and falling behind in their careers can produce reactions ranging from unsettling to terrifying. That’s not the case for Bradley and his coworkers at Accent Computer Solutions. With Accent’s many clients each offering their own unique needs in different environments, there’s never a shortage of challenges or opportunities to learn something new.
Imagine that you’re an army out on the battlefield. As you face the enemy, your commander says, “Let’s go get ‘em!” Instead of moving together in a cohesive manner, everyone does whatever they can think of in the moment. The chaos you’re envisioning in this scene is due to a lack of strategy, planning, and practice.
Combining a lifelong passion with a successful career may seem like a dream for some, but for Ray, Support Services Manager at Accent Computer Solutions, it’s what he lives out every day. Ray combines his love of computers and people to effectively manage multiple teams of employees that provide the fast, friendly, frustration-free IT service that Accent clients expect. Ray tackles every challenge with humility and honesty, and he enthusiastically pursues the knowledge he needs to create strategies that solve problems.