Have you ever known an individual who spends much of his time entrenched in daily problems instead of planning ahead how to avoid such problems? We might as well call this fella “Hindsight,” because he has plenty of clarity concerning his past and present troubles—along with a good deal of regret.

Hindsight is exceptionally busy. He wholeheartedly applies his efforts to overcoming life’s present difficulties; life holds many a regular mishap, and recovery from these calamities requires constant effort on his part—hey, it’s a full-time job!

What about his business computer system? Malware, network slowdowns, data loss, and system downtime—he has seen it all. Hindsight bemoans his lack of planning, but he feels far too overwhelmed by the present to actually invest time or money in preventative measures aimed at quelling future catastrophes. “One of these days,” says he.

What’s wrong with this picture? Remember the old adage, “He who fails to plan, plans to fail”. A little time and money aimed at preventing problems would reduce time spent dealing with calamity.

Don’t let this happen to you. Invest in:

  1. Efficiency – “…do not squander time, for time is the stuff life is made of”– Ben Franklin.
  2. Reliability – System down-time can be significantly reduced.
  3. Security – The security of your information and the information of your customers is critical and must be protected.

Think ForeSight…

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