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What makes UTS different?

on May 3, 2018 No comments

Indian river county Network Support Network Helpdesk Managed IT, Remote Workers Support Vero Beach,Active Directory Management,What makes UTS different from other IT Companies? I think the biggest hint is in the name of our company. Unified Technology Solutions.

When I attend networking functions, one of the things they ask us to do is to share something about our company which differentiates us from the others who offer IT support.

Almost without exception, most of the people there will say things like, we are honest, we take care of our customers, we are hard working. So even though we are all of those things, I would venture to say they might NOT be the only factors which make us a better fit for your IT needs.

What else can we offer as a reason to choose us? As I stated earlier in this post, it’s all right there in our name. We don’t just fix a broken PC or laptop, we offer full service solutions for all aspects of your business. From phone systems, to software and hardware integration, to offering our assistance with design and management of your network.   At UTS, we realize that running a successful business, managing staff and keeping up with technology can be quite a lot to juggle every day. It’s our goal to help lighten the load.

Our people are well trained and experienced. Sometimes all the training in the world doesn’t help when you have an intermittent problem. Experience and the ability to think things through based upon that experience is a skill set not all of our competitors have.

At UTS we are known to anticipate situations which could cause problems down the line and work with you to implement changes which keep those issues from occurring.

We have a number of support levels available to our clients and we understand that you need things running, you can’t wait for a couple of days. Our response time is within minutes of hours, not days or weeks.

UTS is truly a family owned business. I know that phrase, like a family, is overused, but in our case, we are family. Any staff we bring on to work with us is treated like family.

Anyone can take a few courses online or at a Junior College and become certified to work on computers. We have been trained and we have years of experience, plus we are constantly learning in order to keep up with advances in hardware and software.

UTS is in this for the long run. We have a local office here in Vero Beach, support services for all types of budgets, and a responsive, educated staff. We are going to be here when you call.

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Will You Still Need to Type?

on April 20, 2018 No comments

 

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Artificial Intelligence, or AI and voice recognition are gaining traction. The technology which enables us to communicate with computer and devices via voice commands has come along way in a short period of time. Today you will probably encounter more people using some form of AI, then you will people who aren’t. Don’t think YOU are? Have you said OK Google, take me to the nearest Outback Steakhouse? That’s using AI and Speech recognition. There was no typing required to get your directions or access your favorite music.

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Computers Running Slow?

on February 8, 2018 No comments

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As your computer gets older, does it seem to be running slower and slower? Are you thinking that perhaps you need a new one? Before you do anything like purchase a new computer, it would be a good idea to simply perform a few tasks which could clear out the clutter and make your system work faster. 

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Top Tech Trends for 2018

on January 18, 2018 No comments

With breakthroughs for promising technology on the horizon, pleasant surprises such as the emergence of blockchain are piquing the interest of those interested in the shift to a digital currency. As we cross the threshold into the new year, let’s take a look at what the technological terrain will look like in 2018.

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Changing the Way Business is Done

on January 9, 2018 No comments

 

Ten years ago, consumers began to tire of the old way of doing business. Being force fed a steady diet of overly zealous commercials imploring consumers to use a product or service were largely being ignored. Company’s like Ford understood this more quickly than others, when targeting the younger audiences, and instead of commercials they did something radical.

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Windows and Laptops

on January 4, 2018 No comments

 

Desktops and laptops are getting more compact and lighter each year. Although they may not appear at first glance to look significantly different  than before, internals and the software have adapted to catch up with smart phones.  Computing power is increasing, battery power is getting better  operating systems are being slimmed down and built to better integrate into the tablet and smart phone world. We have all known for years the pros and cons of AMA Vs  Intel Chips, many of us preferring Intel. But there is whole other type of processing chip, known as ARM. Up until now, because of software and processing issues, it wasn’t a great option for laptops and such. But it seems that has changed, and it makes for some exciting changes coming down the pike.

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Do You Have Enough Computing Power?

on December 8, 2017 No comments

As 2017 comes to a close, we are all going to be busy trying to get through Holiday preparations, out of town visits, company coming to town and end of the year tasks at work. My partners and I have been discussing how we are going to grow our business in 2018, and I think it would be a safe bet that many of you are thinking about the same thing.

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Adding Power to Google Account

on October 27, 2017 No comments

 

If you are like us and you have a busy office, sometimes any little thing we can do to make our systems integrate with each other work for us is a welcome upgrade. It will also be a blessing for some of our current customers. If you are already using DocuSign, Trello, and Quickbooks, it’s a nice shortcut to make a day’s workload a little lighter.  The Quickbooks add on puts a View invoice box attached to a group of all the invoices gmails you recently sent out. Keeping everything in one place. Try it out, see if you like it.

From Google Tech news:

Google is launching third-party add-ons for Gmail today. These native extensions will allow you to bring the power of services like Asana, DocuSign, Trello, Wrike and others directly to your inbox — no matter whether you are an enterprise or individual user.

If you’ve been following along, this announcement doesn’t come as a total surprise. The company first announced at its I/O developer conference in March that this feature was coming. At the time, though, this was only a developer preview; since then, Google has worked with a number of partners to bring a first set of native extensions to Gmail.

This first set of partners includes Asana, Dialpad, DocuSign (coming soon), Hire (by Google), Intuit QuickBooks, ProsperWorks, RingCentral, Smartsheet, Streak, Trello and Wrike. Unsurprisingly, the focus here is on productivity services that, for the most part, already include some connection to email. The add-ons live in the right sidepane of Gmail (though sadly they are not available in Inbox by Gmail, Google’s other email client).

Asana co-founder Justin Rosenstein told me that this will allow his customers to more easily bring tasks from external emails to the work-tracking service. It also will allow Asana users to see more details about tasks that appear in emails they receive directly from Asana or from other users.

The same is true for most of the other integrations, whether that’s the Trello add-on allowing you to turn emails into actionable tasks or the RingCentral add-on allowing you to make outbound calls and view and send SMS messages from your inbox.

What’s nice is that these add-ons also work in the mobile Gmail app on Android. As for iOS support, a Google spokesperson tells me the company is “working with Apple to bring Gmail Add-ons to iOS users.” It’s unclear when exactly this will happen, though.

As somebody who heavily relies on Trello’s Chrome-based plugin for Gmail to stay semi-sane, the idea of a native integration with Gmail definitely sounds like it’ll make life easier — especially because of this mobile integration.

You can now install these integrations from the G Suite Marketplace; if you are a developer, you can also start creating add-ons for your own organization. These Gmail add-ons join similar tools for Google Docs and Sheets that are already available in the Marketplace.”

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IT Services

on August 24, 2017 No comments

They say “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. When I was a kid I would nod my head to sayings like these, knowing that my elders thought they were imparting great wisdom to me. I wasn’t always sure what they meant by them, but I knew it must be something wise and useful. So, let me ask you, what do you think this saying means? 

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The Importance Of Training

on July 25, 2017 No comments

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What happens when you get something new? Are you excited to have this new system?  I love installing new hardware that will be less expensive to administer and maintain, and yet provide more functionailty.  But something that often happens when you try to use this new thing,is that it doesn’t work like your old system did. In fact, other than the basics, you are having trouble figuring out how to take advantage of all the new features built in to your new system.  It’s so frustrating.

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