Selecting a managed service can save your organization significant time and money. However, it is a very different purchase decision than simply buying a piece of hardware. Our new guide provides an overview of the main considerations when selecting a managed service.
We at My TechDecisions understand that writing RFPs is a critical component of your job but also one of the most dreaded. That is why over the past year, we have created a series of guides to help define your needs and then actually write the RFP. We hope the resources below will make your next RFP project a little bit easier.
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Avoid costly mistakes and get what you need for your next AV, IT and security projects by downloading our FREE Technology Manager’s Guide to Creating a Technology RFP. Whenever you need an outside firm to develop a new system for your company, getting the specifications right is crucial to ensure you: Get what you need […]
Download this FREE Report to learn how to purchase the perfect access control technology for your organization at the best price. You’ll also learn what information you should include in the RFP to ensure your needs are met and budget doesn’t blow up.
You need the most expensive audio technology in your office. Right? Wrong! This guide walks you through choosing the perfect audio technology for your organization. If you have employees in remote locations, you know how important it is to be able communicate with them – to be able to assess and assign work – to […]
Smart building systems can save your organization significant costs by making sure lighting, heating, etc. are used only when needed and as much as required. Our new download can help you find the right system and write an effective request for proposal (RFP).
Download this FREE guide to learn how to write a campus safety technology RFP, choose campus safety technology partners and implement campus safety technology. Plus, find out the 7 key questions to ask when you sit down to write your campus safety technology RFP.
Writing a request for proposal (RFP) for a cloud email service needs to focus fully on the goals your company wants to realize from the solution. Our new download provides an overview of the technology options as well as business considerations when selecting a cloud email solution.
Collaboration technology unifies every aspect of your communications with other people. For example, you know you spoke with a client and referenced a contract but you don’t know when or where. One search can pull up all your communication with that person, whether that was through email, phone, video, instant messaging or chat. As collaboration […]
We live in the age of instant gratification and demand access to information wherever we are, whenever we want it, and on any device that we may have at our disposal. In order to meet this need, more organizations are turning to Unified Communications (UC) solutions.
Writing a request for proposal (RFP) shouldn’t be a daunting task, but quite often it is. Building cybersecurity into an RFP actually focuses less on technology and more on service. Our new download can help set your organizations’ priorities and find the right service provider for your needs.
Download this FREE guide to learn how to talk to the decision makers in your organization, in particular the ones outside of the IT department, and explain why a (sometimes costly) cybersecturity upgrade is necessary—AND how it reduces their risk and saves them money.
Companies across all sectors are turning to energy management as a means to reduce their operating costs. Our new guide identifies the four primary steps to the energy management process as well as the questions you should ask when writing an energy management RFP.
This FREE guide contains all the information you need to write an effective energy management technology RFP, choose energy management technology partners and implement energy management technology. Plus, some unexpected (but welcome) benefits of becoming energy efficient.
Specifying IT hardware isn’t a conversation reserved only to computers, desktops, switches, cabling and routers—it’s expanded to include every device that leverages the network— even BYOD or Bring Your Own Device. Our guide help you find and purchase the right IT hardware for your organization.
This FREE guide shows you how to write an IT hardware RFP, how to choose IT hardware partners and how to implement IT hardware technology. Plus, it showcases the pieces of equipment you can use to manage the exponential growth of hardware devices that are connected to the network (“The Internet of Things”)
This FREE guide outlines how to write an interactive whiteboard RFP, choose interactive whiteboard partners and implement interactive whiteboard technology. Plus, it reviews the two main types of interactive whiteboards and shows you how to determine which one is right for your organization.
The reality is that networks will continually need to support a host of different devices, foster mobility within the organization and maintain robust and secure communications—and that can be hard to plan for. Our new guide delivers the lowdown on writing an effective networking RFP.
You may be looking for a video wall to promote the next sporting event on a college campus or an eye-catching display at your new company headquarters – each implementation has different needs. Our guide will help you craft an effective RFP to find the right solution.
Getting buy-in from key stakeholders revolves around which is the more important consideration: cost savings or added functions, such as video/collaboration services. Download this FREE guide to learn the essential items to include in your RFP and how to test your installed system.