Unfortunately, we were unable to attend the much anticipated, CES 2015, in Las Vegas this week.
CNet did a great breakdown on what we missed, or more importantly what we don’t want to miss. CES has a history of pumping out major tech innovations. Knowing that the next-big-thing might be on display now makes us want to keep in touch with CES 2015 through their virtual channels, which they have made perfectly easy for those of us that, sigh, couldn't make the show this year.

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From car tech and virtual augmented reality to the totally weird and wacky, CES 2015 has it all. The Internet of Things is getting more smart, so are cars and wait, now we can see video from a pet tracker and buy a belt that expands and contracts with our waistline.

Here’s the official CNET CES 2015 page:

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What does this all mean? More devices, more integrating can equal more frustration and more time spent on syncing devices and setting up BYODs. Do we really need all these devices? Will they increase our efficiency and productivity? Some will become mandatory and some will just disappear.

Rather than wasting time trying to learn new technology, new devices and new data management, this is a perfect time to bring in the experts. Let a managed IT company, like BKS Systems, help you sort through the madness and bring a professional level of expertise to your company.

BKS Systems, can not only help you setup and manage your company’s devices, the devices your staff brings from home, but also implement policies and procedures for transferring data. We can set up automatic backups, come up with data disaster plans and migrate existing data to the cloud.

Well, what are you waiting for? If you are dreaming of the latest technologies from CES 2015 but hesitant because you don’t want to be responsible for setting it up.

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