If you ask most business owners what’s the biggest threat to their company’s network and data, they might say, “viruses, hackers and cyber criminals,” or perhaps “faulty hardware, software and system failures”. But research is showing a much different reality.
Have you ever lost an hour or two of work on your computer because it crashed?
A new breakthrough in technology may change the way you think about traditional computer networks. It’s called “Cloud Computing” and could save your business quite a bit of money on software, hardware, upgrades and services. Here’s how it works…
If a gust of wind suddenly came through your office, would it leave you with piles of paper chaos? If you still have manual and paper processes, it probably would.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know you should be backing up your computers and server. But here’s something you probably DON’T know that will come back and bite you: simply having a backup of your data is NOT ENOUGH to guarantee you could be back up and running fast in the event of a disaster.
Admit it. When your computer is behaving badly, a few choice four letter words have been known to come out of your mouth. While these mini-outbursts may provide temporary relief from your computer frustration, there is one four letter word that offers a more permanent solution. The word is “HaaS”.
In the past 10 years, over 10,000 new regulations have been placed on the books by local, state, and federal agencies pertaining to the handling, storage, and disposal of confidential client, patient, and employee documents and information.
Most business owners are aware that Google is a useful tool if someone is searching for your company on the web. However, what many people don't know is that you can also use Google to help build your credibility.
Moving is always a pain in the rump, but it doesn’t have to be a horrific, expensive experience. The number one lament from someone who’s experienced a “bad” move is, “I didn’t know I needed to…” followed closely by “I completely forgot that…” In other words, it’s what you don’t do that makes the move a disaster.