As the situation with COVID-19 has progressed rapidly in our city and community EXP Technical has been working with our clients to provision remote workforce solutions that meet the needs of small and mid-size businesses. At the same time many software and cloud vendors are […]
Due to recent statements from King County & Seattle Health Department Officials regarding the COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus and its impact on local businesses, it’s a great time to understand the benefits of remote workforce solutions and what options are available to you as an EXP client.
We understand the modern firm and their attorneys need to have access to data, email, and communications well beyond the walls of the office, with deep expertise in:
Document Management Integration
Collaboration and Productivity Tools
Practice Management Systems
Accounting Software & More
EXP can help mitigate IT costs through vendor management, provide custom road-maps and technology planning whether your firm is a single attorney, or 100.
Whether you’re just starting out, or already established we’re here to help!
EXP Technical is proud to have been the primary IT partner for Stratolaunch over the last 2 years. 4/13/2019 was an exciting day and the EXP staff were onsite at the Mission control center in Mojave to support the inaugural flight! Congratulations to Stratolaunch and kudos to all the EXP team who worked on the account!
January 2020 may seem far off, but when it comes to the security of your operating system, it’s closer than you think. Beginning on January 14, 2020, the following Microsoft products will no longer be supported:
Windows Server 2008 & 2008 R2
Small Business Server 2011
The terms “backing up” and “disaster recovery” are sometimes used interchangeably when it comes to protecting your company’s data, yet there are major differences between the two processes. And understanding these differences can have big consequences for your business.
George Carlin once said, “Electricity is really just organized lightning.” Well, what happens when that lightning gets chaotic? Or unpredictable? Or worse, just up and disappears?
If you have any form of electronics at the heart of your IT infrastructure (spoiler alert: you do) then you […]