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May 2015

How’s your IT Health?

By | Managed IT Services


We’re almost half-way through 2015 already, and as quickly as time is going, it’s important that businesses take the pulse of their IT health. We’re here to help, but in some cases, you’ll need to act soon.

Windows Server 2003 Support Ends July 14, 2015

Windows Server 2003 has moved to the top of the endangered species list. Better performance and security is within her grasp. The application-moving process required to upgrade your server from to Windows Server 2012 is a time-consuming and delicate process requiring careful planning. Read more.

Take Control of the Human Element

There are many risks you can control when it comes to protecting your data and your business, but the biggest risk is one that can be very difficult to control: people. Phishing scams, in particular, play on the fears and insecurities of your staff, making them inadvertently reveal information that puts your whole organization at risk. We can help you reduce the chances it will happen in your office. Read more.

School’s Out for Summer: Time to Take the Pulse on Your EdTech

thinkCSC partners with K-16 schools to assist in developing cost-effective EdTech strategies. From helping schools purchase hardware and software at discounted rates to providing better-than-OEM warranties that ease the pain of managing tech in schools, thinkCSC is a proud partner in education, helping you embrace EdTech safely and cost-effectively. Read more.

It’s Not Too Late to Save Your Business Money and Make Costs More Predictable

Managed IT services, while not a new trend, will take center stage for even more companies because the need to maintain state-of-the-art equipment and have access to offline backup and disaster recovery will be too great to ignore and too costly for every non-IT business to do well. Shifting from a capital expenditure model for IT to an OPEX model will also be a priority for businesses striving to remain globally competitive. Managed IT services accomplishes that. Read more.