There are many benefits to outsourcing your law firm’s technology to a managed IT service provider- lower operating costs, access to better qualified technical specialists, and the opportunity to focus on core competencies. Due diligence and planning are the keys to a successful migration. Law firms face some unique challenges including client confidentiality, data retention regulations, jurisdiction. Is the
Running a small business is similar to running a marathon while organizing the event and serving refreshments to fellow marathoners. There’s never enough time to take care of all the details of running a small business, such as human resources, payroll, budgeting, marketing and IT support.
Healthcare clinics face unique challenges when it comes to information technology, especially considering the privacy requirements and the complexity of the information being handled. Ensuring that medical data remains accurate reduces medical issues due to errors. Another important issue that clinic owners and management have to face is the threat of hackers, who constantly seek easy targets from which to
That’s Why Your Accounting Firm Needs A Secure Remote Access Solution Fall victim to a cyberattack and you’ll find that the following cleanup is incredibly costly. It costs businesses an average of $150 per compromised file to recover from a security breach. All right, $150 isn’t worth worrying about… but thousands of files are usually…
As a small business owner, you’re an expert on the product or service that you are selling rather than information technology – unless, of course, your business makes money by providing IT solutions. For everyone else, information technology is just another annoying chore that has to be dealt with.
You’re a small business owner, which means that you wear a ton of hats. That’s just the reality of your world. However, none of those hats is as heavy as the IT hat. It’s a full time job just being an expert in your own industry and everyday it’s looking more and more like you have to be a computer
The cloud is a seemingly diffuse information technology concept that has been continually growing over the past few years. At its heart, cloud computing is simply a process that takes place of a network of servers that are off-site, managing and processing data on demand.
Certain things happen once a year. The leaves fall in autumn, snow comes in the winter, buds bloom in the spring and the temperature rises in the summer. And, at least once a year, you should test your disaster recovery plan. A disaster recovery plan is the plan that comes into play if man-made or natural disaster strikes. For example,
Many businesses believe that online security breaches are only a real problem for big businesses. You only ever hear about cybercrime on the news when it happens to a business as big as Target or Home Depot. This way of thinking seems logical on the surface: When international corporations like Target are apparently vulnerable to…
Your business may have the best disaster and recovery plan known to man. However, that means nothing if it doesn’t work when you need it most. That’s why it’s important to test out your disaster recovery plans at least once a year. This testing determines whether your plan works, and if it doesn’t, what can be done to fix it.