What does it mean to be an EOS company?

What does it mean to be an EOS company?

All of our team members are very familiar with the acronyms EOS and IDS. If you've engaged with our leadership team, you've heard the terms "traction," "rocks" and "L10" which are all parts of EOS.  But what does that mean? Very simply, the EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) is a set of business concepts, principles and tools that help business owners and executives run a more successful business.

The Three Biggest Threats When Working Remotely

The Three Biggest Threats When Working Remotely

The ability for employees to work away from the office has introduced a whole new level of productivity for businesses today. Software-as-a-service solutions have practically made idle downtime obsolete. Being able to answer emails while waiting on a client at the local coffee shop or running a sales report while waiting on the next flight have undoubtedly given connected companies an edge over their competitors.

Ordering Equipment? There’s a Process for That

Ordering Equipment? There’s a Process for That

Adam Edgar, MIS's Purchasing Specialist, researches all options to ensure our clients are getting the right equipment at the right price
 

If you’re a client of MIS Solutions, you know by now that we are big on processes! We have a playbook for just about everything we do because following a documented game plan means we can consistently provide exceptional service without faltering.

The Process

The Process

By Robert Stevenson

Nick Saban, head football coach at the University of Alabama, has won six national championships, one while he was the head coach at LSU and five at Alabama. The five championships at the University of Alabama have happened in a span of only nine years – the biggest run in college football history.

How to Save BIG on your 2017 Corporate Taxes

How to Save BIG on your 2017 Corporate Taxes

When you’re running a small business, you need to stay abreast of every possible money-saving strategy. So if you’ve been putting off a substantial computer systems upgrade, now is an excellent time to reconsider. The “Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015” (PATH Act) became law on December 18, 2015, and increased the Section 179 deduction limit from $25,000 to $500,000 – a 20-fold increase.

Lessons From a 3-Foot Giant

Lessons From a 3-Foot Giant

Dr. Sean Stephenson Is On a Mission to Rid the World of Insecurities
Lliam and I have had the pleasure of hearing and meeting an array of entrepreneurial “giants,” sports figures and celebrities during our quarterly industry events. We’ve learned great lessons in perseverance, persistence and passion from people like Steve Forbes, Michael Oher, Kevin O’Leary and Mike Rowe.

4 Invaluable Lessons from a Four-Star General

4 Invaluable Lessons from a Four-Star General

Retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal is best known for his position as the commander of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) from 2003 to 2008. He has been described as a military leader who says what other military leaders are afraid to say. In fact, his unflattering remarks about former Vice President Joe Biden in a 2010 Rolling Stone article lead to the four-star general’s resignation as the top commander of U.S. Forces in Afghanistan.

Managed IT Services Atlanta Business Advice: Does Your Management Team Have an Open-Door Policy?

Managed IT Services Atlanta Business Advice: Does Your Management Team Have an Open-Door Policy?

The Difference Between Words and Actions
It's a lot easier to say things than it is to do them, especially when it comes to managed IT services in Atlanta. For example, perhaps you've heard the phrase "we have an open-door policy." But sometimes, that open-door policy doesn't extend to employees, and as a result, service delivery suffers across the board.