We get it. Deciding what to invest in to best grow your business is hard. Especially when it comes to information technology. A decade ago, we were excitedly banging out texts on our flip phones, pressing the “1” button three times to type a “c.” Today, you can pull up a keyboard on your screen and type quickly – not to mention manage your finances, collaborate on documents, attend meetings, have a video chat, draw, make and edit video, and share this with anyone via email, social media, or your business' productivity software. In that decade, the cloud has moved from curiosity to a core way to provision your IT resources. Security threats have escalated – ransomware to name one threat. Big data has gotten bigger. Artificial intelligence is pushing into everyday life. Document capture technology continues to improve. Digital copiers include more features, connect to apps, and can serve as hubs of document productivity. Voice over IP for business phones is even more mature and provides disaster recovery benefits over traditional PBX-based systems. These are just a very few things. Overall, IT has become better, faster, cheaper. A decade from today I'll go out on a limb and predict we'll be able to say the same thing.