Two of the scariest words in modern business are “data loss.” Despite the fear this phrase invokes, many businesses continue to operate under the assumption they are invincible. That’s because most business owners and IT specialists don’t understand the true cost of a data breach or disaster. Instead of learning the hard way, read about the truth behind disaster recovery.
Organizations that view technology as mission-critical will recognize a need for strategic IT leadership and you will most likely need a CIO’s guidance. That doesn’t mean you need to hire a CIO, necessarily. A virtual CIO (vCIO) services exist to fill this need without the commitment of bringing on a full-time employee. A vCIO is a strategic technology leader outside of your organization that is engaged to fulfill some or all CIO responsibilities. The vCIO influences top management and pursues opportunities to leverage technology to enhance the organization.
A strong IT team will accelerate your organization's goals and its path to success. So how can an IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) be of assistance to your in-house team? Supplementing your current staff with an MSP will fill gaps that could otherwise go unnoticed.
Technology can be fundamental to your success if managed properly. However, trying to handle it on your own can be frustrating and can bring your overall productivity to a halt. Many organizations are turning to Managed Service Providers (MSPs) for help with some, or all, of their IT needs so they can focus on their business's core mission.
External IT services, or Managed Service Providers (MSPs), allow your small business to leverage dozens of engineers with diverse certifications and skillsets that can quickly solve any issue. If you are looking to scale your business with technology, you need someone on your side who can help you leverage tech as an asset.
It’s no secret that cloud computing is the future of computer and network care for businesses worldwide. According to research by Gartner, up to 60% of business owners will be relying on the cloud for hosting data by 2022. The cloud offers your small business many advantages and benefits to keep you of the curve.
Cyberthreats have become a global epidemic that compromises your network and can result in the loss of revenue, data, and productivity. Small and midsize businesses are particularly vulnerable to cyber-attacks because they are known to have limited security defenses. If your organization is lacking a cybersecurity strategy, here are three ways you can actively protect your business.