Everyone is busy getting ready for the holidays. It’s crazy to think 2020 is just around the corner. And while a lot of people are talking about their same old New Year’s Resolutions – lose weight, exercise more and save money – smart business owners should be thinking about their new year – and new decade tech resolutions.
Is 2020 going to be a year of growth and success for your company? It can be if you make these three simple tech resolutions.
Lose weight. It’s time to trim down all that old on-prem hardware in your server room. Make a resolution to move to the cloud. Red Level is helping companies do more for less with cloud solutions from Azure and AWS. Investing in business-grade hardware is a major capital expense. Growing companies are staying up-to-date and preserving capital with pay-as-you-go services. Red Level can help you improve security and access while giving you unlimited scalability with the cloud.
Exercise more. As in exercise more collaboration. Red Level has the strategies and tools to get your team on the same page and improve productivity. From document creation to instant messaging to video conferencing, Red Level has proven solutions to enhance workplace collaboration, unlock the power of your data, and strengthen your company’s competitive edge.
Save more. 2020 is filled with new opportunities and new threats. A Security Assessment from Red Level can save you a ton of money and protect your company’s clients, data and reputation. We’ve got solutions to sidestep the hazards that come from a distributed workforce and mobile communications plus a flurry of viruses, phishing attacks, and malware incursions.
Here’s the good news: You don’t have to wait until new years to jump in with these resolutions. Right now is actually the best time to assess strategies and upgrade your tech as Businesses traditional slows down over the holidays.
Let’s get started. Call Red Level at 248-412-8200 in Metro Detroit or 616-776-1600 in Grand Rapids and together we’ll develop a plan to help 2020 be your best year yet.