Why Working Remote Works for Us 

It’s not a secret that our everyday life looks a little different than it did six months ago. Living rooms have become classrooms and backyard camp outs have become the new weekend getaway! Offices are closed and now your dining room table is where you hold team meetings.  While this may be a new way of life for most of […]

The Endless Benefits of Using an IT Aggregator

At vCom, everything we do is to provide our partners with three core values: time, information, and money.  While all of these are of equal importance, we asked our clients which one of these they value most. The answer was the one that no one could ever produce more of: Time. We all need more […]

vCom’s $20K in 2020 Fundraiser Benefits Organizations in Need

vCom's $20K in 2020 Fundraiser Benefits Organizations in Need

Many organizations have been impacted by significant economic challenges as a result of these unprecedented and uncertain times. At vCom, in addition to helping enterprises manage their complete IT lifecycle, we aim to give back to our communities as often as possible and especially during times of great need. Every year our employees give time, […]

Going Remote? Do It Right

Going Remote? Do It Right

The changes wrought by COVID-19 on the business environment will continue to be felt long after the virus is finally gone. Take the new world order known as “work from home” and the effect it has had on the contact center. Suddenly, the imperative of having your agents in one room is no longer looking as mandatory […]

4 Ways Managing IT Invoices by Hand is Hurting Your Business

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Let’s just address the elephant in the room… you’re still manually doing invoice management.   You know it’s inefficient. You know it’s laced with mistakes. You know that you’re paying an entire salary (or more) for the task of inputting and organizing. You know that you’re settling for the status quo because, well, you know–you’re […]

The vCom Model

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Every business has a direction…a place they want to go…a mission…a vision.  That vision determines what problems they solve, where they make a difference, who they hire, and what value they provide. At vCom, our vision is to be the premier cloud-based software and managed services company helping the mid-market manage their IT spend […]

How to Control Runaway SaaS Costs

How to Control SaaS Costs

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Have you ever been paying your bills, only to ask yourself, “What are all these monthly charges?” $9.99 here. $14.99 there. Netflix, Prime, Hulu, Adobe Creative Cloud. Everything has gone subscription-based. This everyday, 21st century personal problem is also a major professional problem, as well.   A seemingly endless number of SaaS products are available […]

UCaaS Myths vs. Realities: Here’s What You Need to Know

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]If you’re a mid-market business, odds are you’re hearing the term UCaaS thrown around a lot…specifically as a result of the current Coronavirus crisis. This staple in the up market enterprise world is becoming increasingly available down market, with 82% of North American technology companies moving or planning to move parts or all of […]

Why SD-WAN is a Mid-Market Salvation

It’s hard to be in the middle. If you’re a mid-size business, you probably relate to the feel of having to provide up-market service at down-market prices. That means you’re always deciding between where to invest to provide the best return possible. This often plays out in your IT strategy, where a variety of solutions […]

How to Decode Your IT Spend to Grow Profits – Do IT Right, Part 9

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Welcome to “Do IT Right,” a 9-part series on how to succeed in the most important areas of IT management.  In this series we introduce you to Simmons & Hawking, a fictional law firm that is scaling up its outdated IT infrastructure, and the relatable challenges faced by their IT stakeholders.  In part 8, […]