Data is the heart of your business. Your client data, product data, manufacturing or process data is all in your hands - and the hands of your employees. If your…
With the pandemic, many businesses that could offered their employees to work from home in order to keep productivity and as much profitability as possible. Even as many businesses are…
The beauty of computers and online files is that it eliminated the intra-office manila envelopes, the time to move them from one person to another, and the solution to that age-old question "What happened to that file? I thought I sent it to you?". Or did it?
The truth is that companies have found that updates to their software or to servers are more quickly and effectively done in cloud-based tools and servers. The changes can be made without impacting
There are many reasons for moving to the cloud that we've discussed in other articles, but to sum it up: lower hardware costs, less pressure on your IT team, safety, support, backups, and employees can more easily work from anywhere. Those are a ton of benefits, which is why so many business owners are moving to cloud servers and cloud products.
Now that the cloud has been around for years and most large businesses or corporations are using it to some degree, we've all learned something from their risks. As small businesses in the recent years adopted more cloud solutions
A hybrid cloud is what many companies are using in order to best use all the tools they have. Sometimes those tools are publicly cloud-based, private clouds and even on-premises servers. The hybrid allows you to connect all your environments
Information technology costs have risen over the last two decades as tools and systems have gotten more expensive and more necessary for business. It's easy to understand why when we ask businesses what the cost of their in-house IT team is, they don't know.
While every area of your business can be impacted in positive ways with the move to the cloud, your IT team actually is most impacted - meaning this is as much as service to honoring your in-house IT as it is to help the bottom line and keeping your business running at the speed of business.
You've made the decision to have remote employees. Now you may start to think about how you can best prepare your data, technology and your employee to work from home whether that is one day a week or full-time. There