As the need to protect IT systems and data is increasing, the terms backup and Disaster Recovery are being more and more used. However, they are more often used in the wrong context than in the right ones. It is very common for people to misunderstand the terms while discussing how one can better protect the data and the systems involved. “Having a backup
Regardless of the industry, every business runs on data. Modern business houses recognise the importance of protecting their critical data, which is why they take appropriate measures to safeguard it. One of the basic ways of protecting valuable data is backing it up. It is imperative to have regular backups even for a small business. Data loss happens, and if and when it does, it can
Nowadays, we cannot even think of a day without technology. For a business operation point of view, technology is a lot more critical. The functional area of any business relies heavily on the IT infrastructure, i.e. Data storage, networks, hardware, software and so on. Therefore, entrepreneurs or business executives want to craft an effective strategic plan to be successful in every signiﬁcant event.
There’s nothing more frustrating than sitting in front of a computer and waiting for a webpage to finish loading. While there might be browser issues, one of the most common reasons behind the endless spinning wheel or beachball is a network outage. The term “network outage” or “downtime” is used to refer to time durations when a system is unavailable owing to technical or mechanical
Your business actually needs an expert hand! Probably you are not looking for a change right now and you are happy with the way things are with your IT. But can you keep up with your competitors and stay ahead without making adjustments in your infrastructure? With an increasing influx of disruptive technologies, businesses are emerging and accelerating the adoption and deployment of futuristic
To secure your organization from cybercriminals, you must be able to protect your data. And to protect your data at all times, you should know when it’s under potential or actual attack, and by what. Right from APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats), ransom ware, data theft and financial fraud, cyber threats can enter to your data in all shapes and sizes and cause critical
IT directors, administrators, and CIOs managing enterprise set-ups, spanning multiple cities or countries need efficient and secure networks. It is true that larger organizations have more complex IT requirements compared to the small-to-medium businesses (SMB). However, this doesn’t mean that SMBs don’t need those set-ups. In most small companies or even 250 people, they may have one IT person in place of IT managed services to manage all network related issues around the office. You can imagine how efficient that would be especially keeping up with the changing technology or watching out for cyber-attacks.
Tight budgets, limited resources! Are you facing a similar situation in your business? If yes, what’s your plan to drive your business forward and make it more profitable in current situation? When businesses are in growth cycles or experiencing a slowdown the top priority is how to manage budgets prudently so that it supports growth and scales the operations in a secure and reliable way. One common approach for a people-centric company is to do a deep analysis of business operations that can help cut down overall expenses. Some tasks like IT network security, Cloud management businesses often require hiring expensive resources and block unnecessary funds. But sometimes businesses don’t want to outsource it. So, what’s the right path?
We are producing more data than ever before. According to computer giant IBM, more than 2.5 quintillion bytes is produced every day and it’s growing fast. There were an estimated 6.4 billion connected “things” in 2016, up 30% from the previous year. We are also continuously sending and receiving data over digital networks. This unstoppable growth is unsustainable if we don’t act smart and manage the chunks of Big data that we all produce, store, and constantly share.