Business continuity plans are designed to protect an organization’s critical data in case of a crisis, but employees are also a part of that equation. If you want a strong business continuity plan, it’s imperative you avoid the following mistakes. Mistake #1: Failing to plan for employees Companies that survive unexpected incidents are the ones […]
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.
Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a technology that enables you to make or receive phone calls over the Internet. Highly convenient and cost-effective, VoIP is a popular communication medium for businesses nowadays. But without proper security, using VoIP can expose your conversation to the risk of data theft.
As we all know, disasters can strike at any time. Business owners and managers often go to great lengths to ensure that their business is protected or prepared for any disaster by implementing contingency plans. During a disaster however, the biggest issue businesses face is communication.
The IT industry is primarily based on projects, and even companies that are not IT related will at some time need to instigate an IT-related project. These projects could be small or large, but they all need to achieve something. Unfortunately, there are all too many stories out there of mistakes made, causing the goal of the project to be missed.