Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 at
If you or someone you know is looking to take the next step with their IT career, we would love to talk to them!
In the coming weeks/months we are looking to add as many as 4 new technicians to our managed services team as a Helpdesk Technician with the opportunity to learn from our skilled staff and gain valuable experience.
Please spread the word and share this job posting with anyone you know who may be interested!
Tuesday, November 15th, 2011 at
We started publishing a blog in September 2008 with this post about solid state hard drives (SSDs). http://www.acroment.com/2008/09/the-low-cost-of-solid-state-hard-drives/ Since then, we have worked to create a regular stream of information we find useful, helpful, or want to share with our readers. But why? Read the rest of this entry
Monday, November 14th, 2011 at
Acroment would like to offer our sincere congratulations to team member Tony Lofreso on attaining his Microsoft MCTS: Windows 7, Configuration certification! For those of you not familiar with this particular certification it measures the following skills:
- Installing, upgrading & migrating to Windows 7
- Configuring hardware, applications & network connectivity
- Mobile computing configuration
- Backup & recovery options
- And MUCH more…
Tony worked tirelessly to prepare for this exam and this certification is validation to that hard work. This achievement counts toward Tony’s MCITP: Enterprise Administrator certification that he’s working on.
Please join us in congratulating Tony on his outstanding accomplishment!
Friday, October 21st, 2011 at
Acroment recently returned from the COSE sponsored Small Business Conference held at the Cleveland IX Center. This two day event featured educational workshops, a business-to-business tradeshow floor, tons of networking opportunities and outstanding keynote speakers.
The conference was kicked off by keynote speaker Daymond John (Founder and CEO of FUBU and current star of ABC’s Shark Tank. John weaved his discussion around 5 “Shark Points” for businesses to be successful: Read the rest of this entry
Monday, August 8th, 2011 at
Educating your employees on how to effectively use the computer software and hardware tools you provide for them should be important to all business owners… especially small business owners. However, it often goes overlooked. Not because of the cost of classroom education, but because of the labor costs associated with having your employees out of the office for dedicated study. In a typical classroom setting, there are students of different skill levels who all learn differently with individual rates of absorption. From my experience, when employers invest in classroom training, the students only retain about 20% of the material covered. Worse yet, they completely forget the material they don’t immediately apply. Additionally, take into account that classes are designed to cover a narrow scope of concepts so that they appeal to a broad audience. All things considered, the opportunity cost of an employee out of the office becomes a much higher expense than the class itself. Read the rest of this entry