SD WAN is networking technology aimed at making the network as agile and flexible as a virtual server and storage infrastructure of a data center. More simply it is a method of leveraging the benefits of cloud, the bandwidth of broadband and existing WAN infrasructure to more efficiently and cost effectively transmit data from…Details
Data backup is a fundamental part of every organization’s disaster recovery and business continuity plans. The days of a tape backup drive connected to a computer with a single tape that would store days and weeks worth of data to a single tape are long gone. The volume of data that organizations back up is…Details
In a galaxy not so far away loads of Internet of Things devices are showing up on corporate networks. Business networks are being invaded by security cameras, projectors, Thermostats, Coffee Machines, iPads, headsets and all sorts of new IP enabled devices without much thought of security.
Every business owner and IT professional has a need to get a disaster recovery plan in place. Many times the expense prevents companies from investing in DR other times it’s the technology. Disaster recovery however is vital to a business. Businesses use information technology to quickly and efficiently process information. Employees use Email and VoIP…Details
Nasty Malware has been making the rounds more and more these days. Encrypting it’s victims’ files, and then refusing to unlock them unless you pay a ridiculous sum. Ransomware is a serious headache! But you can remove many ransomware viruses without losing your files.
Service interruptions can happen to anyone. Is your business prepared to wait out an outage? Gartner estimates that 97 percent of business based communications are via email, yet 29 percent of companies have no contingency plans in place and are forced to resort to private email and phone, or go home when email is down.
Now more than ever, businesses require reliable network connectivity and access to corporate resources. Connections to and from business units, vendors and branch offices are all equally important to keep the continuity when needed. Business runs all day, every day and even in off hours. Most companies run operations around the clock, seven days a…Details
The Internet now plays a substantial role in business to the extent that most people take it for granted. For example consider how often we all access cloud-based web applications, stream Pandora, video conferencing, make phone calls or download large files from a website. Your bandwidth is taxed for all of those high demand things.…Details
There is no doubt about it, this is the busiest time of year for IT folks. While you’re wrapping up final projects of the year, you’re also diving head-first into planning 2018. As part of that planning you try to do your best to predict which technologies to pursue and what will best impact your…Details
The digital economy requires unfettered connectivity, regardless of your circumstances. Employees need access to their data at all times, from any location, using any device in order to quickly respond to customers, close a big deal, and handle daily operations. As business grows, adding products or services, as well as customers, employees and new locations,…Details