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Sometimes it’s okay to admit that you need help, even when it comes to running a business. Business owners run their businesses because they’re good at making products or offering services, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re good at the myriad of behind-the-scenes aspects of running a business. That’s where irx, LLC comes in. From activities as mundane as finding a good place to buy pre-printed checks to developing a future growth strategy, irx can help you develop your business the way you want it and beyond.
Having a good communications strategy for your business involves both traditional and electronic media, as well as developing good relationships with your local news outlets. Your communications plan should involve several technique and ideas while targeting your customers directly through focused campaigns and broadly through local newspapers, radio and television stations. irx LLC can do it all!
In your business or your home, technology can be wonderful when it works and terrible when it breaks. As frustrating as it can be having technology not work the way you expect, finding the right person to get you up and running can be aggravating to no end. Look no further. irx will provide you with the support you’re looking for: from getting your new project started to maintaining and fixing the tech you have. irx can help you every step of the way from giving you product recommendations to buying and installing your new equipment.
Long gone are the days of having one computer in a household. Heck, most people have at least two, if not more, different computing devices. It’s not unusual for a single person to have a desktop, a laptop, a smartphone, and a tablet (like me!). Multiply that by the...
Hi everyone! After picking up Dishonored 2 on sale and having it not run on my PC, I decided to start writing a short post every time I run into something like this and fix it so I can share what I find with everyone out there in the Interworld. If you're having...
It's been more than three years since I built my i7 Haswell (4th generation) machine which is a pretty impressive time for me between builds (I built it in September 2013!), so this fall, I decided to do one of the most complete overhauls ever bringing my PC up to...