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April 11, 2014
How to Choose the Right Technology for Your Business

While it's true that there are several things to consider when introducing new technology to your business environment don't make the mistake of trying to decide which device to buy, before you understand the need to be filled. Read More

January 21, 2013 - By Crystal Christy, Remote Network Administrator/Corporate Training Coordinator
Training: A Necessity In A Technology Support Provider

In order to keep up with the rapid pace, it is important to have a technology support provider who understands and invests in training and continuing education. At RFX, we are dedicated to ensuring that our staff is well equipped to handle the demands of the current technology in use as well as the emerging standards. Read More

September 20, 2012 - By Katie Earley, Content Manager
The Importance of Customer Satisfaction

Feel free to disagree with me, but customer satisfaction is probably the most important thing for your business. No matter how well your product works, no matter how many degrees your CEO has, no matter how nice your office is, if your customers don't feel respected and appreciated, they'll probably be heading somewhere else. Read More

September 04, 2012 - By Katie Earley, Content Manager
Cutting the Electronic Dead Weight

Sometimes when you're in a good routine, you might not be able to objectively see some of the unnecessary habits and products you're clinging to. Let me help. Here's a roundup of some office standbys that you should probably go recycle already. Read More

August 21, 2012 - By Katie Earley, Content Manager
Microsoft is Coming to a Mall Near Your

Wondering who's moving in to your city's abandoned Circuit City? It might be the Microsoft Store. While you've always been able to find Microsoft's products in any retail store with a technology department, now you can visit one of their tailored stores and work with their specially-trained employees to find the product you need. Read More

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