In April 2020, about 50% of surveyed businesses had 81% or more of their employees working remotely. That meant buildings were sitting empty while companies were being run completely remotely.
Now that re-openings are occurring around the US, many small and large business owners in Connecticut and the rest of the country are contemplating what it would take to keep their business remote and close their physical office to save money on overhead.
There are any number of technology events that can put a business in danger from data breaches to hard drive crashes with lost data. Our dependence on technology means that if tech goes wrong, business often comes to a standstill.
Damages can be the loss of a few hours of operations to losing your business completely.
60 percent of small businesses that get hacked end up closing their doors within 6 months because they never recover from the losses.
This era has put every single organization in the whirl of technology so now most enterprises are utilizing computer technology to run their businesses. In fact, a recent case study shows that we have over 2 billion computers in the world as of 2019. Moreover, we have 5.11 million unique mobile users too! Many companies have entire IT departments while others hire a professional or two to cater to digital needs.Read More
Strategic approaches and innovations are part and parcel of informational technology and related fields. Managed service provider (MSP) is another innovation that is partially related to the subscription model. (For more information on what an MSP is, visit this site for more information.)Read More
It is an overwhelming decision to change traditional methods in business. But is it worth it? Most of the time, yes!
Reaching new levels in your business might mean there is a need for improved technologies to excel in this modern world. This is the case in implementing an ‘Enterprise Resource Planning’ system which is commonly known as the “ERP” system. As the name suggests, it helps businesses to resolve complex issues. It is advanced software that has now been adopted by more than 40% of corporations to increase their productivity.
This question troubles a lot of people because it deals with the nuts and bolts of your network operations and also demands investing a hefty amount of money.
It is true that servers cost a lot. The question is if they cost more than the downtime caused by an aging server. Certainly not. Imagine the loss of precious data and potentially the loss of clients when the server goes down repeatedly despite multiple troubleshooting attempts. We are having a hard time imagining such a dreadful situation and surely you are too.
Using a slow computer network can be as boring as watching paint dry. Whether you need to make a video call, play an online game, or watch your favorite Netflix show, a poor network speed will absolutely ruin your overall internet experience. If you have some important business to deal with, it can understandably cause a lot of frustration.Read More
You have probably heard of Virtual Private Networks, commonly abbreviated as VPN(s). There is a lot of conversation about how they help protect your browsing data from being viewed or how using one can make it appear that you are located in another country.
So what is a VPN and how do they work? Should I be using one and, if so, how do I choose the proper one?
The term cloud computing keeps increasing in popularity, with major software and hardware companies offering their own options. But what really is the cloud and who are these solutions best suited for?
First, the term cloud or cloud-hosted is another term for a colocated server or servers clustered together. Companies will either rent or purchase servers that are located within hosting providers or data centers. Some solutions offer more protection than others. Because of this, you will need to do some due diligence on your part to ensure you are protected. Some smaller companies offering solutions could be hosting on a single server while larger companies will distribute between many servers (typically in different regions of the world to offer redundancy).
The time has come. You are expanding or even just renovating. All the plans are laid out in front of you. As you glance over the plans one last time, a question pops into your head. What should I use for network cabling and better yet where should they be run to and from?Read More