Information technology has the potential to significantly affect a company’s growth when used effectively. On the contrary, if your company is having issues related to technology, effective business tools turn into hassles and barriers get in the way of company goals. Not to mention, the impact technology issues have on business productivity.
In the technology industry, it has been debated that the phrase “private cloud” is considered an oxymoron. This is because private clouds are a cloud computing service infrastructure that functions outside of a company’s internal network.
Since 2009, security incident have compounded at an annual growth rate of 66%. When confronted with these statistics, it’s easy to become worried about your company’s internal network security. In order to battle these network security threats, the first thing your company should do is conduct a network security assessment.
Now that you have decided to outsource your managed IT services, it’s important to know what your IT service provider is doing for your company. With that being said, here are 4 questions you should ask cloud provider to get a better understanding of what happens with your company’s information.
There are many different functions when it comes to managed services that can help your company to lower its costs and to become more efficient within your operations. But, what does managed services mean?
When you hear the title IT professional, do you have an understanding what it actually means? Or, what he or she does? If you are a professional of any kind, you are engaged or qualified in a profession that requires special education, skill or training.
Your IT team plays a crucial role in the operations of your company. The advancement of technology in addition to the need to provide high quality services and the expectations of your customers has pushed IT to the forefront. Chances are as a small business, you are not in the position to hire full-time IT employees in the first place.
The services that your company uses depend on a number of factors. These vary from the size of your company to the skills of the personnel who are working for your business. Typically, there are only two options in information technology (IT) when it comes to service types: shared services vs. managed services.
Cloud computing is the means of storing and accessing data and programs over the internet rather than on your computer’s hard drive. While this may sound simple when we are talking about the different types of cloud computing for individuals, but it’s an entirely different “cloud” when it comes to businesses.
When people mention internet privacy, do you know what they mean? Unfortunately, everyone who browses the internet doesn’t understand what privacy is. Internet privacy is important to comprehend if you want to protect sensitive data, to maximize your computer privacy, and to determine what privacy means to you.