As the next generation is being inspired for greatness, we celebrate the importance of manufacturing to the community and the economy of our great nation. National Manufacturing Day is a U.S. salute to modern manufacturing. Did you know that one of the best approaches to organizing the work space for efficiency and effectiveness takes root
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Does your organization run its own email server or web server in-house? If so, it may be time to switch to a hosted solution for your company’s needs. Hosting applications and services with a cloud vendor is a smart and practical thing to do. As you will see, moving to a cloud-based solution can cut
Some of today’s BYOD – “bring your own” mobile devices are not always company-owned. You may think it saves you money by not buying devices for your employees – but it also means that your IT department can’t always control what takes place when your employees use the devices – at work or at home.
First, let me start with a disclaimer: do not try this at home! What I mean by it – please, run your PC purchase consideration by your IT support company BEFORE you actually head to the store. Sometimes we all make an impulse buy – something looked great and promised to be a cheap buy
Outsourcing – contracting out of a business process – is a great way to get professional tech support services at a fraction of the cost of full-time professionals specializing in information technology (IT) support. Some larger companies have a full-time onboard IT department but still, use outsourcing to handle specific projects from time to time.
Introduction In the first part of this article we discussed some grave statistics regarding what may happen to your company if you lose some or all of your data. We then discussed the three primary backup methods that can be used to ensure your data gets backed up. These methods are tape / media, cloud,
Introduction What if you were to come into your office one morning and found that your server was off? You go to push the power button, and… nothing. You call your IT company and it turns out the server has died. It can not be turned back on. You think to yourself, what happens now,
It is 2011, and most of our business communications and negotiations are now performed via email. Your vendor’s purchase orders, invoices, agreements, employee communications are mostly handled via email. International clients and vendors prefer online communication to phone and traditional mail. Are you a victim of a Recycle Bin Syndrome? We’ve all been there. The
What does year 2012 hold for us in terms of improving IT security? Here are just a few topics: Log Management & Analysis As we begin to understand how such information can be used to benefit security, log analysis is being included in security products by many vendors, for example, LogLogic, Logrhythm, and Tripwire. Both
A computer network, often simply referred to as “network“, is a collection of hardware components and computers interconnected by communication channels that allow sharing of data and resources. In a network, at least one process in one device is able to send and receive data to and from at least one process residing in a
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is here. 60% of companies are enabling BYOD, according to a July 2011 Forrester Research survey. There is an explosion of mobile devices in the enterprise – devices both corporate- and personally-owned. Mobility boosts employee productivity, but it also opens the doors for security, legal and privacy concerns. Devices security,
Back in June I had read a blog post, Flag Day Marks 15 Years Of Innovation At GSA, by Casey Coleman, Chief Information Officer for U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). Effective government is always on the burner as a hot topic. Ms. Coleman’s topic had reminded me how IT helps federal agencies to create –
If you are like most small businesses, you probably acquire computers, phones, and software in a random, crisis-of-the-moment fashion. You invest in what you think you need when your business operations demand it. But at some point, this bandage method of acquiring technology is going to cost you more in downtime, system errors, breakdowns, and
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