No plan is ever complete until it has been tested once and again.

The Seven Key Elements of A Continuity Plan

A Business Continuity Plan is put in place to lower or eliminate altogether the downtime that comes after a disruptive event. These can come in many forms including fires, floods, user error, poor infrastructure, malicious activity, hardware defect, and this day and age, even terrorism. All of these can lead to loss of internet and telecom connectivity and even the loss of data.

The priorities of the business can become muddled and growth, consequently, shifts down a gear.

5 Signs It May Be Time To Outsource Your IT

With growth, the decision of which position to open up can be difficult. Do you hire a new sales person, a new account manager, or an IT person? The priorities of the business can become muddled and growth, consequently, shifts down a gear.

A Business Continuity Plan is not complete without a Disaster Recovery Plan.

What Is - Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery is a subset of Business Continuity. While the goal of Business Continuity is to minimize or eliminate the amount of downtime experienced after a disruptive event, thereby increasing the resilience of the business, Disaster Recovery deals with the process of storing and saving data for the purpose of recovering it on the occasion of said disruptive event.

“I think my computer has a virus”

The Telltale Signs of Poor IT Security

It’s not very difficult to tell how well protected your IT network is. Although, the telltale signs can sometimes be so common that they are often simply accepted as the norm.

The age of the desk jockey is over.

Five Things To Have In Place For Remote Workers

The age of the desk jockey is over. More and more companies are finding that their employees are getting work done from a variety of places and devices. Here are the five things your network must have in place in order to protect it and the data it holds.

The Think, Design, Enable and Run approach serves as a solid guide for project managers charged with implementing new technology.

Integrating New Technology Into Business Processes

Organizations, customers and supply chain logistics benefit from technology-driven change that improves business processes. There are many risks involved in integrating new technology into business processes.

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