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  • Windows Server Essentials: Top Pros, Cons, Alternatives, and Options

    The go-to server solution for small and home-based businesses all over the world is Windows Server Essentials. The setup process is easy as Microsoft has provided a checklist and explanation of the process along the way. It also features a dashboard that is straightforward and easy to understand for those who are not IT savvy. The program is perfectly suited for businesses with up to 25 employees and 50 devices and businesses with little IT support. If your small business needs centralized device management, connectivity, and data storage, Windows Server Essentials is for you-however, it is not the only solution to the server dilemma. 

  • 7 Key Things to Consider About Your Data Backup Practices

    Anyone who works with computers has lost an hour or two of their hard work when the computer decides to quit working for a certain period. These experiences with technology can be anything from frustrating to infuriating, depending on what kind of work you were doing and how much work you lost.

  • Offsite/Onsite Data Protection: How to Choose Wisely

    Regardless of the type of business you're running, safeguarding the important data stored in your company's infrastructure is a top priority. Implementing a security system you can rely on backs up your data in the event of an emergency and prevents information loss which can have disastrous results. The loss of data on your desktops and servers can potentially paralyze a business. It is highly recommended that organizations have both a backup and disaster recovery plan ready to ensure business continuity is consistently maintained. The more you know about how each method operates, the better your security will be.

  • The year of POWER9

    It’s been just over a year since the launch of the new IBM POWER9 processor and POWER9-based IBM Power Systems servers. As we cap off a successful 2018 for IBM, we’re looking back at what the analysts, experts and media have said about POWER9 and IBM’s newest line of Power Systems servers.

  • 15 Savvy Uses and Benefits of Cloud Contact Centers

    Your company's cloud contact center is the apex of your organization. It is hosted on your server and is the point which all in and outbound communications from customers are handled. Cloud contact centers interact via the internet, voice, social media, and email as it is accessible in virtually every geographical location.

  • Why Companies Love Managed Cloud As a Service (MCaaS)

    Traditionally, cloud computing requires companies to outsource their hardware operations. By implementing MCaaS, organizations can now outsource both the support and management of the systems. The premise behind MCaaS is to take the original concept of cloud computing even further. This has huge implications for companies seeking more resources and support for their existing cloud services rather than just the implementation. 

  • What Are the Most Reliable Servers in 2020?

    Business people are always looking for the best and most secure servers to use to help them improve their businesses. The good news is that there are companies out there providing users with exactly what they want and that is a good, reliable server that helps protect their information and lessens the chance that their company will become a victim of cyber threats or security hacks.

  • The Private Cloud and How it Benefits Your Company

    Cloud storage is a method for people and businesses to securely store data online, making it accessible any time of day from any location. Data stored in the cloud is effortlessly shared with anyone who is granted permission. Companies also use cloud storage because it makes data recovery easier due to the clouds back up properties. Today, with access to a private cloud, there is an ongoing debate as to which is better, private or public cloud.

  • What is Cloud Migration?

    As a business grows and expands in our modern digital society, it becomes more and more dependent upon technology. As a business owner, you want to leverage the most out of this technology in terms of growth and diversification without being hampered by outdated software or unutilized resources. The easiest solution to this dilemma is the process known as cloud migration by which companies move their data and on-premise applications to the cloud.

  • Be Proactive! Protect Your Data with a Disaster Recovery Plan

    Disasters can strike at any time -- from devastating weather-related events such as tornadoes, tsunamis, floods or fires, to power outages,  ransomware, and even sabotage. There is a whole gamut of events that could affect your flow of business. At the same time, there are a number of ways to design a disaster recovery plan that will effectively put you back in business in the timeliest manner.


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