Disaster recovery plans outline how vital support systems – such as communications, hardware, and employees – will be restored full working order.
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You can’t prevent all computer disasters. But what you can do is take steps to reduce the impact of such a disaster, and have a backup and recovery plan in place. This ensures that your business downtime is reduced, and the impact on your finances and reputation is minimal.
Do you know the difference between disaster recovery and business continuity? Read on to find out.
Unified communications can allow for improved teamwork and increased flexibility for employees. These things are crucial for helping a business run smoothly.
f there’s one thing that’s true of IT, it’s that somewhere, somehow, something will go wrong. For businesses, the most important strategy is preparation. After all, computer systems fail for all kinds of reasons. That’s why one of your biggest priorities should be to protect your company’s data.
Unified communications is a real thing. It’s not just jargon. And it represents a legitimately helpful approach to managing every aspect of your company’s interaction, both internal and external. Today, we’re going to explain what it is and why you want it.
Voice-over IP is a disaster-proof way to set up your company’s phone system to ensure flawless communication in your business, promoting further maturation and growth.
Effective risk management is essential in the fast-paced corporate environment of today. As regulatory standards are constantly tightened, it becomes necessary to mitigate risk as much as possible.
Switching IT providers doesn’t have to be a bumpy ride; nor should you be chained to a provider that isn’t delivering. Follow these steps to ensure a smooth technology transition for your organization while minimizing disruption, downtime, and risk.
Simply put: a security risk assessment is a risk analysis performed on your network and cyber security measures to determine exactly how vulnerable you are, and just how difficult (or easy) it is to hack into your system