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    With Speed and Effectiveness, Frontier Communications Helps Southern California Tech Firm Seamlessly Transition to New Facility

    IQ Corporation, a manufacturing automation firm that designs, builds and installs electronic control systems and software, has experienced significant growth in recent years. With 22 employees, IQ Corporation had outgrown its two existing buildings in Walnut, California. The company made the decision to move from these smaller buildings into a single, larger facility with room […]

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    Trendspotting & Strategy-Making

    Gain Your Edge is a twice-monthly podcast on all things IT. In this week’s show, we’re visiting with Glenn Squire, Portfolio Practice Lead for Strategic Consulting with Epsilon, to engage in some trendspotting. We pick Glenn’s brain for expert tips on how business leaders can spot trends and leverage them for improved strategy and planning. With 15 […]

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    Is a Move Worth the Relocation Expenses?

    A thriving and rapidly expanding business is a good problem for a business owner to have, but with a growing team comes a need for more space. Moving locations is a big change, and it can have a significant impact on a business’s success—extending far beyond the upfront relocation expenses. As your company grows, give […]


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    Technology Trends in Car Dealerships

    Gain Your Edge is a biweekly podcast on all things IT. On this week’s show, our guest is 22 year telecommunications veteran Jason Yorn, who handles national strategic channel accounts for Mitel. Jason manages the sales, marketing and technical relationships with Frontier and is focused on providing positive reseller and end-customer experiences. We sit down […]

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    3 Easy Ways to Become a Business Leader in Your Community

    Even if you know that becoming a local business leader can help your small business succeed, you may not be sure how to go about it. The good news is, establishing yourself as local small-business leader — and increasing awareness about your company as a result — doesn’t require a big investment, a sophisticated branding […]

    Building Leaders

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    Three Key Questions to Ask Before Making the Move to the Cloud

    Cloud adoption is no longer an “if” question for small-business owners — it’s more of a “when.” According to the RightScale 2015 State of the Cloud Report, over 90% of survey respondents noted that they use the Cloud in one form or another. If you’re not sure how your business falls into that majority — […]


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    How Much Wi-Fi Do I Need for My Business?

    Knowing how much Wi-Fi signal you need, and setting up your wireless network accordingly, can be a difficult and laborious process–but it doesn’t have to be. By remembering a few key points, you can get your entire business connected without paying an installation tech or poring over troubleshooting manuals all day. We’ll walk you through […]

    Safety Tips

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    Big Data Information Security: What You Need To Know

    In an age where hackers can break through almost any kind of firewall, your company’s information security cannot be taken lightly. In order to keep sensitive information safe, you have to keep your information technology current and armed with the right defenses. This article will take a look at how your company can use big […]


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    Strategic Questions All Leaders Should Ask

    “Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers.” –Voltaire Einstein urged us to “question everything.” Persistent questioning keeps the mind flexible, feeds creativity, reveals unexpected options, and prevents inertia. But business requires more of a Voltaire approach—it’s all about asking the right questions. The right questions inspire thoughtful answers and motivate action. […]

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    10 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Co-Working Space

    Entrepreneurs, startups, and small-business owners have been flocking to co-working spaces for a variety of reasons — in fact, more than 7,800 co-working spaces currently exist worldwide, and solid growth is projected for the future. Solopreneurs express a desire for social interactions or a way to separate home and work life, whereas startups and small-business […]


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