What Can You Do to #MoveIT at Work?
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. That means it’s a great time to think about what you’re doing to stay healthy. Since you
7 Healthy Ways to Eat Better at Work
Poor eating habits can hurt your health and expand your waistline. It is important to ensure you eat healthy all the time –  including at
What Can Your Business Do to Implement Cloud Migration Successfully?
Cloud migration is necessary if you want to move business elements – including data and applications – from an internal network to the cloud. Cloud
Three Tips to Create a Culture of Volunteering at Your Company
Creating a culture of volunteering at your company is important to building a strong company culture you can be proud of. You want staff members
Technology Partners’ CEO Lisa Nichols Participates in Exclusive White House Roundtable Discussion
Technology Partners’ CEO Lisa Nichols participated in an exclusive roundtable meeting with President Trump and his daughter Ivanka, as well as Vice President Pence and
Did You Know You Can Have a Virtual CIO, CTO or CSO?
Today, when technology is vital to success across almost all industries, many large companies have IT professionals who work full time. These professionals can include
March 21 Is World Down Syndrome Day
Each year, on March 21, World Down Syndrome Day is observed. World Down Syndrome Day dates back to at least 2006, when the Down Syndrome
How Can Your Company Proactively Prepare for an IT Disaster?
Companies cope with IT disasters every day. From loss of data to a breach that allows outside access to confidential information, a lot can go
5 Questions to Ask During an Interview for a Remote IT Worker
Hiring a remote worker is different from hiring someone who is going to be in the office and under your direct supervision all day. When
4 Technology Tips to Make Business Travel Easier
Traveling can become an unpleasant experience, with long lines at airports, invasive security, cramped seating, and a host of other unpleasant realities. Unfortunately, many people