One of the most popular tech terms of this year, and likely to continue to be so for future years, is the cloud. There are numerous different types of cloud services that businesses can integrate with their company, many of which offer realizable benefits. A common advantage you will hear most companies champion is that
One of the more popular tech related trends is taking physical systems and migrating or switching them for a virtual version – or virtualization, as it’s more commonly referred to. Virtualization has many benefits for businesses, but many small businesses are unsure as to what solutions they can actually migrate into the digital realm.
Business continuity is the process of establishing a plan that will ensure that business functions are still available to stakeholders during a time of disaster. It is best to think about it as an action that happens before disasters in effort to reduce or eliminate downtime if these occur. This has become increasingly important to
As technology and data networks continue to become more advanced, concepts like the cloud have come to the forefront of business technology. There is a high chance that you probably use at least one cloud service on a daily basis, if not more. A common concern about the cloud is overall security of your business’s
In many tech circles the idea of virtualization – moving physical elements of existing business components onto virtual solutions – is a popular one. Among the different types of devices that can be virtualized, servers are the most common, and for many businesses the easiest and cheapest to go virtual. Are you looking to get
One of the most popular tech trends amongst businesses is virtualization. The common reason businesses virtualize their systems is that if it’s done right, you could see substantial savings. It’s quite common for a company’s servers to be the first systems to be virtualized. However, while many small business owners want to virtualize, they sometimes
Virtual desktop infrastructure (also known as VDI, VDI desktop virtualization, or desktop as a service) is gaining more and more traction as IT managers abandon the traditional all-in-one PC option. The rise of VDI lets managers centralize software, storage, and operating systems on a massive server, and buy basic, inexpensive machines for employees. But with