Advice and Consulting
Sometimes, small business owners need help with the big decisions concerning IT acquisition, deployment, and disposition. What would be the best investment? How will we deploy it? What are our competitors doing? How can we measure a return on investment? What are the relative risks? What safeguards can be implemented to help control those risks?
Information technology isn't a magic pill: it takes a good understanding of the technology's limitations and your business practices to find a good fit and for it to be successful. Tap into over two decades of professional executive-level technology experience so that you can make the best decision possible.
Why are you freaking out about computer security? Don't Panic. It's the best advice I can offer. There'll aways be risks when using computers. Here's how to manage those risks and stay sane.
Yet another data breach exposing million's of American's personal private information. But what can you do about it? How can you protect yourself? Here are a couple of ideas.
This last month, we've helped a pet clinic in Vancouver, WA use technology just a little bit better. It's helped them scale and offer better, faster service to their customers.
Small business owners need to take ownership and responsibility for the problem of cyber crime. They must understand the problem and secure their digital assets.
Mickler & Associates, Inc. wants to help community leaders and small businesses use technology securely. We will offer consulting, training, seminars, and content on improving your digital privacy and security.
Google Apps for Work is a great solution for small business! Mickler & Associates, Inc. of Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR is uniquely qualified to help your company move into the Google cloud!
Why are you working? Seriously? I mean, isn't business all about not working, earning more time rather than slaving away at something just to get by? How about a new metric: Free Time? Stop working!
Tech stocks are on the edge of an implosion. If you're a small business owner, you don't want to have all of your intellectual property and capabilities tied to a no-name brand that won't weather the storm.
Websites are referral generators. At least they should be. If your website isn't generating any new business leads, why even have one? If you're a small business owner, it's time to get smarter about how you use a website.
Don't get screwed over by computer support people. Get a second opinion on your technology projects from a qualified technology consultant in Vancouver, WA.