Monday, July 1, 2019
MEMPHIS, TN, July 1, 2019 – ProTech Systems Group, Inc. announces key changes, including new leadership and a brand refresh.
As of July 1, 2019, Founder and CEO Steve Bargiacchi is retiring. Over the past 3 decades, Bargiacchi has built ProTech from a small technical staffing company into the largest IT provider in Memphis. During retirement, Bargiacchi is looking forward to spending more time with his family, traveling and continuing his philanthropic...
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Monday, March 25, 2019
Everyone is talking about the cloud and the importance of migrating your business to some version, whether it’s hybrid, private, or public. While the cloud can seem overwhelming, moving your Microsoft business tools is a great way to start your migration.
More than Just Email
When discussing Office 365 (O365) with our clients, we typically discover that they only see O365 as an email tool because of Outlook. And while that is an important function of the O365 suite, it...
at Monday, March 25, 2019
Holiday Shopping Security Reminders
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the busiest online shopping days and hackers go into overdrive mode. As you finish (or start) your holiday shopping, be wary of certain situations that could expose your personal information to hackers and scammers. Here's what you should look out for:
Make sure the site you go to is the real one. There are thousands of fake sites that look just like the real thing, always type the address in...
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Dealing with telecommunications providers is a necessary but painful part of any business. You’re wading through the tech-speak and trying to understand which solution is going to solve your unique set of challenges. It’s all pretty overwhelming and can leave you wishing you had a telecom translator.
Many businesses have found this resource through channel partners. Channel partners, like ProTech, assess the needs of each business and match them with customized solutions....
at Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Interviewing can be either an exciting or stressful process. Preparing for the interview will help reduce stress and gain knowledge about the company. However, many job candidates fail the final interview hurdle without even realizing it.
At the end of an interview, most hiring managers will ask, “Do you have any questions?”
There are two ways to answer this question. You never want to respond with, “No, I do not have any questions.” This is like saying...
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Technology is a necessity in today’s society. Almost everyone uses it in one form or another - cell phones, telephones, Smart TV’s, computers, voice texting, software applications, games and the list goes on.
If your employees don’t understand how to effectively use technology, especially in the workplace, it can hinder productivity and workflow.
We’ve pinpointed five of the most important benefits to training your employees on...
at Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
You have a great resume and a highly sought after skillset. Your recruiter just landed you an awesome opportunity.
Your resume got your foot in the door; now it’s time to sell your worth. After all, who knows your story better than you? This is the time when it’s acceptable to brag about your achievements. Your interview is coming up, but you’re nervous.
Nerves are often tied to feeling unprepared. Utilizing a repetitive method for answering interview...
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Tuesday, March 13, 2018
During an accounting job search it is important to understand that hiring managers are like buyers researching a product. Evaluating resumes is the research phase. They gather as much relevant information as possible to determine who to call for an interview. When seeking a new accounting position , you should treat your resume like the sales material it is. If you want to get a chance in the interview chair, it starts with a great resume.
Start by Summing It Up
Include a summary...
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Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Many people are unsure how to list temporary or contingent jobs on their resume. You did all of your work at one business, maybe even at a cool company that would look good on your resume, but your paycheck came from a staffing company. So who do you list on your resume?
The answer is simple: either or both . The key is to make sure it’s easy for a recruiter to understand what you did, where and when you did it, and why it matters. As long as you make that clear, and you’re...
at Tuesday, February 13, 2018