While nobody wants to run their business while expecting the worst, you should always explore your risks and formulate a plan for when disaster strikes. Typically, most people think of natural occurrences when the word disaster comes up. However, in the connected...
Congratulations on finding the perfect new office for your business. Not only is it possibly bigger, but it is ideally located in the center of the city, making it easier for everyone to reach. While we understand you are excited about the new office, have you thought...
Is your business still relying on last-generation technology to compete in today’s fast-moving market? If so, your legacy hardware and software are taking a big chunk out of your revenue, productivity, and overall competitiveness. Buying computers, software licenses,...
Businesses are in a constant struggle to keep up with the fast-paced and ever-demanding world that we live in. From ensuring near-instant customer service to maintaining a streamlined workflow, businesses often find themselves caught in the crossfire of a multitude of hardware and software not working in synergy. This often results in a disruption of operations, decreased productivity, and even lost revenue – a nightmare that can ruin any business. To avoid such a heart-stopping scenario, businesses are increasingly turning to managed IT services.
Data – the epitome of digitalization – is at the forefront of enterprises’ digital transformation strategies. It empowers businesses to transform their organizations from data silos into connected and integrated digital services. Data enables enterprises to make informed decisions faster and more accurately, making their products and services more personalized and the workforce more productive. But in today’s fast-paced world, keeping all the data safe and secure is not just challenging but also critical.
Cloud services are commonly referred to as cloud computing or simply computing. It refers to computing that mainly relies on the internet. This is where computer system services such as data storage and computing power are made available on an on-demand basis. Previously, computer applications and programs ran from software either downloaded from on-site servers or physical computers. Technology has introduced them to allow users to access the same applications and the internet as the medium.These can range from the mere activity of uploading your status.
Businesses are in a constant struggle to keep up with the fast-paced and ever-demanding world that we live in. From ensuring near-instant customer service to maintaining a streamlined workflow, businesses often find themselves caught in the crossfire of a multitude of hardware and software not working in synergy. This often results in a disruption of operations, decreased productivity, and even lost revenue – a nightmare that can ruin any business. To avoid such a heart-stopping scenario.
As technology continues to advance, cloud computing becomes more significant and better each day. Most organizations embrace this technology as they enjoy its benefits.However, it is essential to understand the four types of cloud computing services, which include private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud.The type of cloud you choose for your business depends on various factors such as your budget, type of business, technical knowledge, among other business needs. Below are the benefits of each cloud type.
Like every vehicle needs insurance coverage, every company also needs a disaster recovery plan. A recovery plan from a disaster is crucial for every business department of information technology strategy. A lack of a recovery plan or backup presents a company with the possibility of a catastrophic loss of data.Every company’s data would remain intact and free from any potential data disaster in an ideal world. We, however, do not live in a perfect world. The world is full of imperfections.
For most businesses, the costs of maintaining an up-to-date IT infrastructure are high. There’s the cost of providing a desktop computer to each employee – and replacing it every three to five years. Then there’s providing desktop support, which can cost upwards of $250 per user every month. And that’s only the beginning. When you add in software licensing fees, data backup, network security, and countless other operational costs – you end up with a bill that would ruin any business owner’s day.
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