If you want your business to succeed, you’ll need to make sure you have a data backup solution in place. Additionally, this data backup solution needs to have two specific metrics nailed down: recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). Let’s discuss what these metrics mean and why they are so important for data recovery.
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A lot of businesses are choosing to embrace some semblance of remote work. This has made networking your business simpler. If your staff is coming and going from your office, you can, by all practical means, avoid using cabled hardware in the front of your business. Unfortunately, most businesses do need to have some workstations and other IT connected and it can get messy quickly.
Technology has assumed a central role in the operations of most businesses. You may already consider yourself well-versed in various aspects of business-related technology. Today, we'd like to explore five cutting-edge technologies that not only happen to be trending but also offer significant benefits for businesses.
When you think of innovation, data backup isn’t always at the top of the list of subjects that come up. As the demand for data security and redundancy grows, however, we are beginning to see some interesting innovative features being added to data backup. Let’s take a look at three interesting new features future data backup systems will include.
Businesses that provide a service rather than a physical product will know all too well how often they require specific software solutions to manage operations. They also use these tools to provide excellent customer service and support. Let’s go over some of the most common and helpful software that a service business might implement.
Every business faces two crucial IT decisions: selecting the appropriate hardware for its operations and determining when it's time for a hardware upgrade. In today's landscape, there's a plethora of choices available to decision-makers that were previously unavailable. While this provides more options, it also makes hardware decisions both easier and more complex due to the numerous factors to consider. Let's take a look at some of these factors today.
In computing, there is no bigger issue than the integration of artificial intelligence (AI). It is seen as fundamental to the future of modern computing. Many organizations have invested in the development of this technology, and as expected Microsoft has been one of these companies. This week, we take a brief look at how Microsoft is advancing AI.
Your business relies on data to function, and losing this information could be a death sentence for your business without a data backup in place. Today, we want to explore why data backup is such an effective and important part of a business continuity plan, as well as how you can ensure that you are implementing the most important practices in regard to data backup.
Technology has changed countless aspects of both everyday life and business operations. In today’s blog, we want to share one peculiar aspect of technology development that you might not have considered: infrastructure. How has IT allowed for greater delivery of services and utilities? Let’s explore this topic in greater detail.
When a business needs to improve processes, they might turn to technology as a means to solve specific operational challenges. However, the implementation of technology is only as effective as the technology is at resolving the aforementioned problem, and if it doesn’t solve the specific challenges of the business, implementing new tech could potentially hold a business back. Let’s look at how you can implement the right technology for your organization for long-term success.
Running a business is expensive, no doubt about it, and one way that you can circumvent at least part of these expenses is by implementing a Bring Your Own Device strategy for your business. Not only can it save you money, it can also be more sustainable for the environment and improve productivity. However, you first need to address the elephant in the room: security.
Point of Sale devices, or POS devices, are crucial for many businesses—particularly in the retail or customer service spaces. Like other industries and technologies, they have developed over time and are now massively important to the continued success of businesses. Let’s look at four important factors to consider when you’re looking to replace your POS systems for your business.
Businesses rely on their hardware in order to maintain their operations. Perhaps obvious, but no less true for it. This makes it critical that you do everything you can to keep your hardware in fighting shape. Computer equipment doesn’t last forever. In turn, this will require you to implement a hardware refresh cycle.
Let’s go over what a hardware refresh cycle is, what it allows you to do, and how to go about planning it.
The world of network security is vast and complicated, even without all of the misinformation out there about how to keep your business safe and your accounts secure. One particular facet of network security misinformation comes in the form of web browsers, or rather, myths that people think about how they are used which could leave them vulnerable to hacking attacks.
We’re here today to address three of the most common myths about browser security that we think you’ll be interested to know.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is one aspect of technology that has continued to grow and foster innovation over the past several years. These devices are being integrated into our technology-driven society in previously unimaginable ways, and that includes your business. How might your organization implement IoT devices, and what do they mean for the future?
Over time, your technology will start to deteriorate and grow less effective, placing a stopper on your maximum amount of productivity that was not there before. This can impact your organization in unexpected ways, and it can make downtime more of a probability. Let’s look at how you can tell when your technology is outdated and you need to invest in some new hardware.
One of the best things about technology is that it does quite a bit to level the playing field. Smaller businesses can effectively do the work of larger enterprises because they have access to similar technologies. Additionally, technology goes a long way toward helping businesses manage their customer relationships, a key component to any revenue-seeking endeavor. Today, we put together a list of four technologies every small business needs.
The big problem with technology is that it develops at such a fast pace that, before you know it, today’s shiny new toy is tomorrow’s dusty old thing. That said, innovation has slowed considerably in the past couple of years, yet the ability to know when your technology starts to hold you back is still a valuable skill to have. We’re here to help you determine when that point occurs where your technology that used to be the cream of the crop, is now keeping your organization from achieving its full potential.