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A CFO's Guide to Managing Technology, IT Solutions, and Risk

One concept we believe is fundamental in any SMB is CFO control. That means that the levers are aligned so that the CFO and other decision-makers have control over the budget and that "the budget does not control them." This is extra important with IT management.

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Business Traits that Drive Growth in a New Era

There are still plenty of challenges that will have to be overcome, but having weathered adversities, it's time to put the lessons of the last year to use. It's time to move beyond surviving and begin thriving.

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JMARK + Community Banking: A Partnership Breakdown

Technology has become increasingly complex, making it difficult and cost-prohibitive for many financial organizations to manage and maintain their IT infrastructure. JMARK's NetCare offering addresses this challenge through a comprehensive suite of IT services delivered by our highly skilled experts.

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6 Steps to Facilitate Innovation for Small Businesses

All businesses desire to improve efficiency and productivity. Whether through people, processes, or new products, the ultimate goal is to find new ways to solve old problems. It is also important for organizations to have these capabilities so their competition does not take over the market. However, innovating is not easy. To increase your organization’s ability to innovate, focus on the following fundamental things.

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7 Ways IT Helps You to Compete (and Win) in Business

Competing and winning in business requires an organization to have specific attributes. Here are seven ways technology increases your chances to win

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Creating the Right Technology Lifecycle Plan

Lifecycle planning is becoming a high priority for organizations as reliance on technology increases in every aspect of running a business. In the past, companies treated technology assets like most other hardware: use it until it wore out and then replace it. However, this caused downtime, frustration, and an unpredictable budget.

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IT as a Recruiting Tool

The key to success for any organization is its people. But top performers and dependable, solid workers don’t want to work for an organization that doesn’t have good technology in place to help them be successful. Outdated workstations, poor - performing environments, the inability to provide flexibility, inadequate security — these are signs of complacency.

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Priority Management in IT Spending

It is very common for an organization to find itself in a position with more to replace or upgrade in its IT environment than the organization can afford to spend. At JMARK, we describe this as having IT debt. Much like with a credit card, when spending builds up to a certain level, there must be a reconciliation.

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Why "No Contract" MSPs Are Bad for Your Business

In the world of managed service providers (MSPs), some companies choose to operate with no agreement. If you choose to engage in this type of arrangement, I want to make sure you understand the risks so that you know what to expect from your relationship with that vendor.

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