In the era of modern technology, effective database security is more important than ever. Your business stores a range of sensitive information (for clients and employees) all of which needs to be kept safe at all times. Should any of that data get exposed, either by malicious hackers or internal human error on your staff’s […]
Your cybersecurity practices shouldn’t be treated like a game of chance unless you are 300% certain you’re going to win. What can you do to make sure your business isn’t the ultimate loser? Is technology today the endless cycle of cat-and-mouse, with the bad guys always one step ahead? A quick search for “cybersecurity best […]
We all hear the rumors, the buzz, and constant speculation any time there is a hotly-anticipated iOS release hyped at an Apple keynote. We read the online gossip about the features announced and compare past keynotes. If you’re reading this, you’ve been there. We have, too. More importantly, we ask the same questions. Will my […]
The standard of next-generation telecommunication is no longer the future, but the present. You’re probably not using it, even though you should be, and you may have to wait. When casual conversations bring up speed, it’s inevitable we hear the clichés about “faster than the speed of sound” or “faster than the speed of light”. […]
Is Chromium, the next browser from Google, trying to take over for Chrome? At a recent I/O developer conference, Google’s senior VP of products, Sundar Pichai, announced that Google Chrome now has over 1 billion active users. Though Microsoft has pushed their Edge browser hard, consumers simply like Chrome better. So, why mess with perfection? […]
Do you use 800 million pounds of paper each year? That’s the latest estimate for the average professional – and nearly 20% ends up in landfills. Would your habits change if you were taxed on paper consumption? The use of paper to record thoughts, plans, transactions, agreements, or anything at all, is nothing new. Ancient […]
The average modern-day business is extremely dependent on their information technology infrastructure, and when their information technology isn’t available for one reason or another, they stand to lose in a major way – from incoming revenue to potential and current customers to the public’s trust – there’s simply too much at stake. In fact, studies show businesses lose between $926 and $17,244 for every minute they’re down.
Cloud computing brings you many benefits that would otherwise be missed when leveraging on-premises equipment. As an added benefit, when you’re utilizing our cloud services, you’ll experience far fewer issues in terms of problems and troubleshooting compared to on-premises equipment. This means less support, which in turn, means less money spent on maintaining your information technology infrastructure.
Many business executives don’t realize that information technology isn’t a “set it and forget it” type of situation. You need proper proactive monitoring and maintenance to keep it functioning well. That’s where a managed IT services approach comes in to keep your business afloat.