Unforeseen disasters can strike at any time, and when they do, your business could come to a grinding halt. Having a business continuity plan could prevent this from happening by securing your valuable business data at another location. But all too often, data backup can be too complicated for the average IT personnel to manage. […]
It’s common sense. Growing your business or, simply, keeping it afloat requires the appropriate manpower. You can’t expect to be a one-man operating machine and you also can’t expect to go anywhere within the business realm with a throng of lackluster employees.
With the release of Office for Mac 2016, Microsoft brings a long overdue refresh to its flagship suite of productivity applications for Mac users. As well as design changes that deliver similarities to the Windows versions of the applications, the latest upgrade - currently free of charge while it remains in preview stage, prior to full release later this year - harnesses the power of cloud computing to deliver Office 365 collaboration features.
Are you tired of hearing all the hype about the Cloud revolution? Do you just want to know what the deal is with this IT service? Will it really help your business gain profit and increase efficiency? If you’re sick of all the fluff surrounding Cloud Computing, read on.
Cloud computing is having a tremendous impact on small businesses, who view the cloud as a much more efficient and cost-effective way to manage their IT requirements. While there are indeed several benefits to moving to the cloud, it is also important to know more about how the cloud will affect YOUR particular business, in both the short and long terms.
A recent survey on the perception of cloud computing shows that almost half of small businesses are unconvinced of the benefits that cloud computing can offer. With better and easier IT management through the Internet as well as features like secure off-site data storage, cloud computing is at least worth a second look.