IT Contract Review for Columbia, Alabama
Do you have an IT contract expiring or ending?
Request our service to help you find the best rate for that service. Vendors rates change for a number of different reasons such as demand on vendors services and distance from Point of Presence (POP) & available Ports for bandwidth products. Most IT Contracts are signed for periods of 1, 2, 3, or 5 years. At the end of that contract period, you are free to find another solution provider for that service. If you take no action the contract usually automatically renews on a month-month basis. This can mean a few different things;
- The service(s) continues with the same prices
- The service(s) continue with new higher rates
- The service(s) continue with floating rates
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Selected blog posts
VOIP ServiceReplace your phone system! VOIP: Voice Over IP service, create your own local system or join the millions of other who have moved that service to the cloud. This reduces your local support costs and helps integrate multiple sites with a more comprehensive solution.
INAP Files for BankruptcyINAP has filed for bankruptcy Chapter 11 filing. INAP has stated they will continue to function.
COVID19 Forgivable Business LoansDue to the COVID19 shutdowns and stay at home orders, businesses maybe able to get forgivable loans from the SBA to cover payroll, rent, and utilities. This will help maintain your business during the down time and be able to start up again with your current employees as we move into a recovery phase.
Mobility Save 20%-40%Cut your Mobility Spend Risk Free by 20%-40% with no change in providers.
Do you know that even if you get the best mobile device rate from a provider, you are still overpaying for the service? This is because of the plan each line is assigned. What if you could change that plan daily to the best plan based upon forecast usage? Do you know you could typically save 20% -> 40% a month without changing your service providers or any out of pocket expanse... This would be a lot of work, unless...