Entries by Steve Fisher

CSBA Members: Act Fast to Rescue Your Tech Expense Budget TODAY

How to Build Your Tech Budget Lifeboat for Student Success

Being accurate and efficient are cornerstones for education success, especially in the remote learning environment. While California School Boards Association members are charged with accountability on both fronts, internet connectivity and adequate devices are now necessary tools for successful follow-through.

Act Fast. Claim Your Tech Service Expense Savings Now!

3 Ways to Claim Overlooked Tech Expense Savings

Imagine saving over $10,000 annually on technology service expenses. Seem impossible? It did to Greene County, Pennsylvania Chief Financial Officer Scott Kelley — until he worked with SpyGlass.

As a 23-year veteran executing a wide range of technology service needs, Kelley believed his experience and the IT team’s efforts kept the county current, both from a technology and cost perspective.

How to Build Resiliency with Cloud Computing

Capitalize on Cloud Computing Costs to Adapt, Thrive in Changing Times

Cloud computing is the top investment area worldwide for IT departments. And with the shift to remote work, organizations are all-in on cloud solutions. According to the Flexera 2020 State of the Cloud Report, enterprises embrace multi-cloud and hybrid cloud strategies, and use more than two public and two private clouds on average.

How to Tap Into Your Personal COVID Era Telecom Savings Voice

Get Back Wasted Time & Strengthen Your Technology Expense Voice

Time is precious, and even more valuable when waiting on hold for a telecom provider to answer technology service questions. While customer satisfaction is generally not something the telecommunications industry is known for, it’s becoming increasingly important as customer expectations are rising due to the pandemic’s paradigm shift.

Get Inside Insight: How to Tame Telecom Costs in COVID Era Times

Texas-Sized Telecom Bills? Top 3 Tips Help Tame Costs

Everything is bigger in Texas and this couldn’t be truer for the City of Johnson County’s technology network service bills. Yet, with the tall order of providing comprehensive service to all county departments and protecting the interests of its taxpayers, purchasing agent Ralph McBroom, CPM admits reviewing telecom costs was often put on the back burner.