Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) are hard to ignore in the reality of the business world. It is a time filled with back and forth negotiations, strategising, guessing and second-guessing your instincts. Traditionally, the deal would become final and irrevocable with the signing of contracts. A formal shake of hands would then pass the control from one to the other. If you look closer, the transition period would be full of chaos and hiccups.
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The reputation of a company depends on how it delivers on its promises. Businesses need to understand the pulse of the customer and meet their demands in a budget-friendly fashion. In the pursuit of excellence, technology plays a vital role. Most companies, new and old, find it difficult to manage IT services on their own, simply because of it's technical and financially demanding nature. The common solution is to outsource the IT department. A Managed Services Provider (or MSP for short) is a company that manages the customer’s IT infrastructure remotely. These MSP’s are the best solution to cater to all the IT needs for a fixed expense. IT managed services benefit all small companies and startups. MSP’s growing popularity has made the decision of outsourcing a very easy one for a lot of businesses.
When I became single, I decided it was time to get fit. Being the geek that I am, I had to get some sort of gadget to help. So, I bought one of those fitness bands, you know, the ones that count your steps. At the end of the first day, I'd run off my feet at work, but I still only managed to get to 3000 steps. Which is much better than the thousand that I would normally get if I was just sitting at the computer, but either way, it didn't seem like a whole lot to me.