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Application Support can be a time-consuming task which takes you away from your everyday routine. Application Support is part of Kansas City Managed IT’s “Managed Services” offering . As part of our discovery process, we will identify the applications you use for your business and include them in your contract as part of what we will help you support. Our staff is familiar with a wide range of business applications from simple applications like Office 365 to more complex applications like E-Clinical. We are used to dealing with tech support offered by the larger application vendors like E-Clinical and can be the liaison for you so you can continue to do your daily work, while we take care of resolving your application issues. Our experience with many different systems allows us to resolve issues quickly and learn new systems at a faster pace. Give us a call today for a complimentary discussion on how Kansas City Managed IT can help you better handle your applications.
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Does your company provide user awareness training?
Providing a lunch and learn event for your users is a great way to educate them. A lot of basic best practices can be taught in this short amount of time to enable your employees to help you stay secure. If you don’t feel you know enough to present, Kansas City Managed IT can help. We can teach your users the basics like how to identify phishing emails, how to check media before it is inserted in a company computer and the best ways to deal with callers trying to get information you are not sure they should have. Reach out today to learn more.
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Should I Replace My Computer?
Is your computer running extremely slow?
Are you ready to take the sledge hammer to it?
Just because your computer is running slow doesn’t mean it is time to replace it. The good news is, the average time you can expect a computer to last is about 4-5 years. The bad news is that doesn’t mean it will run well the whole time. Many things can effect computer performance like not enough memory, slow hard drives or corrupted entries in your registry. There are a couple things you can do before going out and replacing the computer. One easy way to make a big difference is to upgrade your hard drive to an SSD drive. This one thing, can make your computer seem new. Another option is to backup your files and rebuild your computer. Over time you make a lot of changes to your computer whether you realize it or not. You add and remove programs, apply updates, build up large amounts of files in temp directories etc.. these all contribute to how your computer performs and starting over can often times make a huge difference.