Information Technology is not a “set it and forget it” concept, neither is your business. Everything changes – smart phones didn’t exist 10 years ago, and global pandemics were supposedly long gone up until 18 months ago. So, even if your technology is serving you perfectly today, it may not be just weeks later. At CW Technology, one of our three, core processes – Technical Alignment – is dedicated to keeping your IT infrastructure and your unique company needs in alignment - regularly, consistently, and forever.
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When Sharon Skeen joined CW Technology in 2007, things were a little bit different than they are now… Like many of us in this industry, IT wasn’t where her story at the company started. Having completed a degree in nursing, Sharon discovered that, while helping people was her passion, nursing wasn’t the direction she wanted to continue in. “I had worked in various office settings prior to coming to CW and was always the person that people seemed to turn to for computer help. I realized then that I could focus on the IT side of things and still make a difference,” remembers Sharon. With her new goal in mind, Sharon began focusing on finding a job that would allow her to gain experience in IT.
In today’s marketplace, staying connected is vital to your business. The technology available today has enabled us to reach new markets and increase efficiency, as well as break barriers in traditional communication. Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions create a seamless delivery of services and applications that not only work, but also adapt as your business needs evolve over time.
With one semester left before obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Andrea was approached about an Administrative Internship opening at CW Technology. Without previously knowing what a managed service provider was, she joined the team and quickly found her home in this challenging and fast-paced environment. It was from there that Andrea took off running.
Are you someone without a technical background, and little to no knowledge of technology? Do you find yourself constantly Googling answers to your IT questions?
Be it at home, at work, or in your personal, social environment, increased security while using online services is a practice that simply cannot be ignored these days. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) - also known as two-factor authentication - is a solution for Internet safety and must be implemented by all businesses and individuals.
What is MFA?
In today’s day and age, when it comes to securing your company network, you must think beyond technology. Relying on firewalls, anti-virus software, and secure remote connections, such as VPNs, is simply not enough anymore…