Ingram Technology Blog
What is Digital Friction, and What to Do About It?￼
No one wants to work harder than they have to. Digital transformation is one way businesses can make employees’ lives easier. Yet simply increasing the amount of technology isn’t the answer.
Changing Your Email? A Checklist
Changing your email is never fun, but it can be necessary. When you need to make a change, there are several things you need to consider.
Making the Most of Microsoft Lists￼
If you have Microsoft 365 but aren’t using Microsoft Lists, you could be missing out. This useful feature, which is included with your 365 subscription, helps businesses work more efficiently.
How Secure is Cloud Data?
Data security is a common concern when migrating to the cloud. When data is on-premises, the business secures the sensitive data, and that feels safer. But that isn’t always the case. In fact, data can be safer in the cloud than on-site at your business.
What Internet Explorer’s Retirement Means for You
There was no big retirement party; no one got a watch or engraved memorabilia. Yet Microsoft retired Internet Explorer on June 15, 2022.
Automated Data Backups Still Need Management
Your business is backing up its data in case of cyberattack or other disastrous disruption. Yes, you can pat yourself on the back for that, but don’t get too complacent with backing up. Automated backup still needs monitoring and management.
“Save Me the Money”: Why Work with an MSP
The pandemic, a supply-chain crisis, and rising inflation are impacting the economy. In this current climate, your business may be budgeting with caution, and you might question the value of partnering with a managed service provider (MSP).
Say Goodbye to 100 Passwords with Passkey Sign-on
The average individual has 100 passwords to remember, according to a NordPass study. Apparently, no one has studied how many we actually remember versus how many we reset over and over.
How SaaS Can Save Your Business Money
When you see the acronym SaaS you may not immediately think of dollar signs, though the S’s are pretty close. Yet Software as a Service, what SaaS stands for, can save business money.