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Looking for a Job? Here's Some Tips for Optimizing Your Online Presence.

Job hunting has evolved as employers have developed new ways of using the internet, social media, and personal data to consider job candidates.

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TechLink, A New Greenville Business & Technology Conference is Designed to Serve Today's Modern SMB

TechLink is a conference designed by business leaders for business leaders and any others whose positions give them a stake in the growth of their companies and organizations.

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5 Things a Managed Service Provider Should Be Doing For Your Business

IT support has changed a lot in the last few years. The wide-spread adoption of cloud technology has created more opportunities for IT professionals to be a partner in complete business optimization.

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PTG Founder/CEO, Reed Wilson Shares The Business Books That Have Helped Him The Most

Recently, I was asked: “What’s your favorite business book of all time?”.  I thought about this for a long time before I finally came to the realization that I couldn’t come up with just a single book.  So while it’s probably a cop out, here are my top three business books and the reasons why I recommend them.

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IT Budgeting: Equipment

Today's post is from PTG CEO Reed Wilson. 

Last month, I focused on how to plan for people and growth. This month I’d like to shift the focus on planning for your equipment needs in your annual budget (maintenance renewals, new, upgrades and replacements.)

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Migrate Your Small Business to Office 365

We've helped hundreds of companies migrate to Office 365 migration and have picked up some tricks along the way.

Follow these steps for a painless migration.

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IT Budgeting: People and Growth

Today's post is from PTG CEO Reed Wilson. 

Every year, we work through our budget and forecast process.  I know I am in the minority, but this is one of my favorite activities.  The budget sets our course for the coming year and helps us know if we are on track, and if not, allow for course corrections. 

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