In order to be successful in today’s business world, company owners like you need to constantly come up with strategies to maintain an edge over the competition. On top of that, there’s human resources management, the search for continuous improvement in internal operations, never-ending budget battles, etc. Do you really have time to concentrate on your email system or anti-virus updates?
Your business should always make plans to become a bigger and better establishment—and technology issues should never hinder your plans to thrive in today’s economy. In the world of data development, network management and remote monitoring, it’s important to have an IT department ready to face anything ranging from hardware troubleshooting to new wireless network implementation.
Tuesday, February 26th, 2013
As a business owner, you probably spend the majority of your time planning and developing strategies that can help increase your company’s revenue, productivity and enhance internal operations. But how much time do you devote to finding better ways to protect your data? Even though it’s important, backing up data regularly – which is what you probably do right now – is not going to be enough to protect your information against the many risks it’s exposed to these days.
If you are still foggy about Cloud Technology, don’t feel too badly. According to a recent survey of one thousand adults by Wakefield Research over 50% of respondents believe that weather patterns have an impact on Cloud Computing! The reality is most of us are using the cloud whether we know it our not. Cloud Computing is a cost effect way for companies to have access to enterprise class infrastructure they may not be able to otherwise afford.
Data Privacy Day may not be a holiday for your IT Support Professional, however, it is an international holiday dedicated to education about Data Privacy. On this day many private, government and academic Data Privacy and IT Security Professionals get together and discuss key issues about Data Privacy.
Technology has sure made everything easier! Today, almost every company requires computing solutions to perform their everyday operations, regardless of industry. Why? Because it has allowed organizations to enhance their internal processes, carry out more activities simultaneously and increase productivity.
With the holiday season behind us, as expected, many employees are coming to work with shiny new tablet computers including Android Tablets, Microsoft WIndows RT Tablets and the new Apple iPad Mini. Your company may have a “Bring Your Own Device” mobile device management policy that allows employees to use these devices at work and, in some cases, for work.
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