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The Tabush Cloud & Managed IT Blog

Why Do Companies Switch to Boxtop?

Companies choose to switch from their current IT to Boxtop, moving their entire IT to the cloud, for many reasons. In our latest 1-minute video clip, watch Morris explain some of these reasons.

Topics: Cloud Boxtop Cloud for Business mobility

Answering Cloud Concerns at Your Law Firm

Moving to the cloud is a big decision for any company. Nearly everyone knows what the cloud is, yet there is still a lot of confusion and uncertainty about when, how, and why a company should move their IT to the cloud. If you are a proponent of cloud but have to overcome concerns in your firm about the cloud, how do you address it?  Here, I discuss ways to overcome some common misconceptions.

Topics: Cloud Cloud for Business Cloud for Law Firms

Got 1 Minute to Learn about Boxtop?

Even the busiest executives can take 1 minute out of their day to learn how to simplify their IT.

Topics: Cloud Private Cloud Boxtop Cloud for Business Tabush Group Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

Announcing Boxtop Pro and Boxtop Premium

Boxtop now offers more options!

We're excited to announce that our flagship product, Boxtop, now offers more options to meet the needs of small to midsize companies. Your firm can choose either Boxtop Pro or Boxtop Premium to move your IT to the cloud.

Topics: Cloud Boxtop Cloud for Business Tabush Group

Signs That it's Time to Move to the Cloud

Five years ago moving an application or function to the cloud was not always the best option, but when it comes to business technology today, a cloud migration is almost always a foregone conclusion.  Most cloud-available services have made tremendous improvements in features, performance, and security. Connectivity to the cloud (both wired and wireless) is faster, more reliable, and available practically everywhere on the planet (including on airplanes and cruise ships). What’s more, while the cost of cloud options has come down somewhat, non-cloud systems have not changed much in price, often making cloud a better value of the two.

Making the move to the cloud for any business IT-related function is always somewhat of a process, so how do you know when to consider moving any part of your company’s IT to the cloud? Does the old adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” apply to IT as well?

Topics: Cloud for Business Tabush Group

The Slow Death of Hardware: Could DaaS be Killing the Desktop PC?

When it comes to technology, the past decade has shown a slow death of hardware. In the world of consumer electronics and entertainment, we’ve seen many examples of new technologies pushing older ones to extinction: streaming reduce the demand for DVDs, which was less than a decade old; the iPhone killed the standalone MP3 player, which itself had eradicated the Walkman and Discman; the digital camera replaced film cameras; and PDAs killed the Filofax.

Topics: Cloud Cloud for Business Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

2017 Year in Review

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Once again, I’m amazed at how quickly the past year flew by. At our annual company holiday party in December, I continued the tradition of presenting the ‘State of the Company’ speech to our team, the theme of which was progress and growth. While 2016 was a year of celebrating great accomplishments, 2017 was exciting in different ways as we faced new challenges, set ambitious goals, and reached new heights.

Topics: Life at Tabush Group Cloud Boxtop Cloud for Business Tabush Group

To Know Cloud is to Love Cloud: Behind the Tabush Private Cloud

Each week, I engage in discussions around cloud computing. Often I am faced with business owners (many of whom are very successful and experts in their respective fields) who are cloud-averse, meaning they prefer their IT systems to be on premise, living on servers and equipment that they own, rather than “out there” in the cloud. However, once they give me a chance to explain what the cloud is and how it works, they often have a change of heart.

Topics: Cloud Private Cloud Boxtop Cloud for Business