Category: Disaster Recovery

No matter how much a company spends on technology and equipment, those solutions are not meant to last forever and have an anticipated lifecycle. Even after significant investments in technology in your organization, you may have noticed that those solutions are no longer as effective as they once were. Competitors ... Read More
April 18, 2019Tommi
When it comes to data integrity of a business, cybersecurity can never be stressed enough. Information regarding cybersecurity has become more shared and advanced and cyber criminals are constantly looking for new ways to steal data from businesses, via attacking them online. Unfortunately, they tend to be widely successful at ... Read More
December 6, 2018Tommi
Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS, is a cloud service that provides infrastructure components, many of which are normally found in on-premises data centers, including servers, networking hardware and storage capacity. IaaS also provides useful services such as detailed billing, log access, monitoring, security, clustering, and load balancing. Storage resiliency, ... Read More
November 14, 2018Tommi
Microsoft Project Online provides an easy, flexible solution for project portfolio management (PPM), and other various forms of everyday work processes. It works seamlessly with Office 365, and provides users with the ability to plan, prioritize, and manage projects and other portfolio investments from practically any device. It can be ... Read More
October 31, 2018Tommi
In “When Lightning Strikes – Protecting Your Business Network from Thunderstorms Part I” we discussed steps you can take to safeguard your business network and computers from lightning strikes. In Part II, we discuss ways to protect your business crucial data. Not only can a lightning strike damage computers if they ... Read More
June 24, 2018Stacey Larson
In “Words of Advise for Your Disaster Recovery Plan – Part I,” we discussed forming a disaster recovery plan committee within your organization, identifying critical assets and backup sites. In Part II we’ll discuss more about backups, network configuration, disaster recovery implementation, writing up and updating your plan, testing your plan and training. One ... Read More
April 2, 2018Stacey Larson
When it comes to assessing whether your organization has an effective plan in place for recovering from unexpected events that could impede operations, it’s essential to have internal stakeholders and auditors weight in on your plan. In order for your organization to recover from incidents like tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and ... Read More
April 2, 2018Stacey Larson
For many businesses, the proper handling of software licenses can be a time-consuming issue. While software can be the lifeblood of any organization, the proper licensing of it can create major headaches for a company’s IT staff. Software Licenses come in many configurations; out of the box, OEM, volume licenses, SaaS, and enterprise licensing are just ... Read More
December 7, 2017Stacey Larson
I need a Disaster Recovery Plan.  We hear this all time and rarely anyone thinks about one until it is way too late.  If your business is out for a day, week or month, how much money would it lose? A  business disaster recovery plan recognizes a company’s opportunity to various dangers and sets up ... Read More
December 4, 2017Stacey Larson
Software as a Service, also known as SaaS, has become popular for many businesses to access cutting-edge software applications. SaaS can be a great tool for small and medium-size businesses looking to get high production value without paying high production costs. It enables companies to shift the burden of high hardware, maintenance, and ... Read More
November 30, 2017Stacey Larson
With all of the rapidly changing technologies in telecommunications, a large number of employees can and do work from just about anywhere. In order to stay competitive, businesses are providing this mobile workforce with consistent access to corporate resources and data no matter where they may be and regardless of ... Read More
November 13, 2017Stacey Larson
Perhaps you’re not fully convinced that your business needs a comprehensive disaster recovery plan. Maybe you feel that the risk isn’t critical enough for you to take action. Regardless of the reason for not having a comprehensive disaster recovery plan, many unprepared business owners don’t see the need, until it’s too late. If ... Read More
November 13, 2017Stacey Larson
Thankfully, direct lightning strikes aren’t common but protecting your business network this spring and summer means taking the steps necessary to prevent surges in wiring and damage that can occur. Unfortunately, you can’t unplug your gear and hide when the sky rumbles. Here are some tips to keep your business network ... Read More
November 17, 2016Stacey Larson
In “Your Disaster Recovery Plan Tips – Part I", we discussed forming a disaster recovery plan committee within your organization, identifying critical assets and backup sites. In Part II we’ll discuss more about backups, network configuration, disaster recovery implementation, writing up and updating your plan, testing your plan and training. One ... Read More
September 27, 2016Stacey Larson
When it comes to assessing whether your organization has an effective plan in place for recovering from unexpected events that could impede operations, it’s essential to have internal stakeholders and auditors weight in on your plan. In order for your organization to recover from incidents like tornadoes, hurricanes, floods and ... Read More
September 27, 2016Stacey Larson