By Chris Collins on September 6, 2016
Do you think about your printers on a daily basis? Probably not. But, if it breaks or runs out of toner on, say, payroll day, what do you do? If the answer to that question is concerning to you, printing is likely critical to your business.
By Scott Wilson on August 30, 2016
What type of cloud is right for your business - public, private or a hybrid? This is the third in a three part series to help you make that decision.
By Drew Embury on August 23, 2016
We are proud to announce that this year’s keynote for the Discover NOLOGY – User Conference is our own Kyle Swanda. Join us as he talks more in-depth about the convergence of business voice, video and audio conference calling.
By Jake Molko on August 15, 2016
As our customers’ technology partner, we’re trusted to be on the lookout for new ways to help them get the most out of their technology investments. We’re excited to announce a new product offering that addresses a long-time challenge for our customers: end-user software education.
by Scott Wilson on July 28, 2016
What type of cloud is right for your business - public, private or a hybrid? This is the second in a three part series to help you make that decision.
by Brian Edwards on July 19, 2016
It’s vacation season. Here’s what I used to stay connected, getting a little work done while spending time with my family. Working remotely allowed me to extend the trip while ending the quarter and staying in touch with my team.
by Rick Sheehy on July 6, 2016
Every day the P&L Technology team strives to put our customers in a position to win. Our motto is to "make a difference" in each of our clients' businesses through 100% accountability.
By Scott Wilson on June 29, 2016
What type of cloud is right for your business - public, private or a hybrid? This is the first in a three part series to help you make that decision.
By Jake Molko on June 13, 2016
Summer is a great time to work with your IT provider to perform maintenence and upgrade projects while employees are out of the office or business volume is down.
By Drew Embury on May 26, 2016
P&L Technology hosts an annual conference for our clients called NOLOGY Delivered. In its third year, the 2016 conference will be even bigger and better than before. Based solely on the feedback from our clients, here is a sneak-peek at some of the themes for this year’s event.
by Scott Wilson on April 28, 2016
A recent report on the state of the security industry report showed that one-quarter of all data breaches take organizations weeks, or even months, to contain. IT providers tend to overestimate the security measures deployed within their own walls as well as their ability to contain customer-data breaches. By contrast, large cloud providers have security teams, systems and tools constantly monitoring operations.
by Phil Lieber on April 13, 2016
“You can’t have a positive attitude and be optimistic only when things are going your way.” Those wise words were shared with me many times by my business partner Bill Mackintosh, who recently lost his battle with cancer. Bill also ended every email or conversation with, “All is well.” That was his motto. I learned a lot from Bill and work to reflect his optimism every day.
by Jake Molko on March 22, 2016
Over the past year or so, we have witnessed an increase in the number of office moves our customers are initiating. I love seeing this, because it tells me that our customers are doing so well that they have outgrown their spaces and need more room to service their growing customer bases. I'm no economist, but I think that the success and growth of our customers is a good leading indicator for the state of the local economy!
by Scott Wilson on March 7, 2016
Fires have ravaged two Omaha businesses in recent months. Both M’s Pub and Heafey, Hoffmann, Dworak & Cutler funeral home were recently victims to fires so severe that the buildings are total losses – along with the computers and data inside of them.
by Rick Sheehy on January 6, 2016
Technology is changing as quickly as time changes; if you are not keeping up, you are falling behind. We generate a large amount of data every day. As that information piles up, companies need more and more storage. Although the expense of infrastructure has declined, moving your files – or even your business – to a cloud or managed service has become more cost effective than hosting on your own servers on site.