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It is not uncommon to think that mid-sized businesses are left in the dust when it comes to having access to the latest and greatest technologies and services. But that is an outdated belief, and a harmful stereotype that doesn’t do much to encourage technology advancements in businesses outside of the enterprise. Budgets may be miniscule compared to those of larger organizations, but as technologies advance and become more accessible, the cost of implementation decreases. Case in point: look at VoIP phones, mobile devices, Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, and other advanced computer hardware that levels the playing field…
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