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5 Benefits of Using a Managed Services Provider

Boring's Not So Boring Blog Technology continues to play an increasingly important role within businesses of all sizes. However, the important role that technology plays within your business means that you will also have to dedicate more time and resources to keep...

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Boring’s 2016 Employee of the Year- Kerry Ellis

Boring's Not So Boring Blog We are proud to announce our 2016 Employee of the Year is Kerry Ellis. Kerry has been a service technician for Boring since 2014. During his time with us, he has gone above and beyond for our customers and his fellow Boring employees. We...

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VoIP Phone Systems

Boring's Not So Boring Blog WHAT IS VOIP? VOIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol, or in more common terms phone service over the Internet. If you have an Internet connection, you can get phone service delivered through your computer instead of from your...

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The Boring Way- Our Company Culture

Boring's Not So Boring Blog When Boring Business Systems was founded in 1924, we knew that we had to be more than just another business to give our customers the support they needed. So we became a family, which would support the families that make up other...

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2 Key Factors in Considering Multifunctionalizing

Boring's Not So Boring Blog Many businesses don't realize how many stand-alone printers they have. Even worse, many businesses don't realize how much money it is costing them to not have multi-functional devices. When a print environment isn’t fully managed, it has...

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Should your business utilize Managed Network Services?

Boring's Not So Boring Blog Every day businesses are turning to Managed Network Services to free up their own staff and gain insight from IT experts. The purpose of Managed Network Services is to proactively monitor a company’s network (Internet connections, security,...

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