If an employee opens Office 365 from their laptop on a business trip, they are accessing a SaaS application. Instead of being on their desktop computer at the office using Office 365, the employee had the same level of access remotely through a cloud-based platform. Gmail, Slack, Dropbox, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive are all examples … Continue reading Benefits of a Successful SaaS Business Strategy
Category Archives: Business Continuity
Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BCDR)
To BYOD or to CYOD? What Strategy Suits my Small Business?
It’s no secret that digital continuity and working from home flexibility are continuing to rise in the list of priorities of businesses both big and small. Now, more organizations today are beginning to recognize the importance of implementing a workplace device policy that allows you to bring your own device (BYOD) or choose your own … Continue reading To BYOD or to CYOD? What Strategy Suits my Small Business?
Why is it Important to Have a Strong IT Infrastructure?
For most people, IT can be a subject they immediately shy away from, but small businesses should lean in when they hear IT. A business’s information technology infrastructure can be either its saving grace or its fall from grace. Read on to learn more about the benefits of implementing a strong IT infrastructure in your … Continue reading Why is it Important to Have a Strong IT Infrastructure?
Benefits of Cloud Services
Keeping up with the latest and greatest technology is nothing new for any progressive society. In fact, in a Mordor Intelligence report, due to the growing adoption of advanced technologies, North America is expected to be a prominent market, such as Cloud, IoT, Big Data, and High-end cloud computing. The growing need for storage, owing … Continue reading Benefits of Cloud Services
What You Need to Know about Wireless ATM
If you’re in desperate need of cash when out and about, what is your first thought? After aggressively patting your pockets, usually you start looking around for your nearest ATM machine. Though ATMs have become commonplace outside of banks, grocery stores, and your local Walgreens, users aren’t usually considering the inner workings of the machine … Continue reading What You Need to Know about Wireless ATM
How to Choose the Right Managed IT Service Provider
As your business grows, so does its technology needs. When your company has outgrown what your in-house IT department can provide, it’s time to look for another solution—managed IT services. When you enter into a managed IT partnership with an IT service provider, that firm then becomes responsible for managing your company’s IT needs, from … Continue reading How to Choose the Right Managed IT Service Provider
Is In-House IT Management Hurting Your Business?
For years, the norm among growing businesses has been to have your own IT group that you keep in-house to help you solve all your tech problems, but now that has begun to change. With outsourced IT management services on the rise in popularity, business owners are now faced with a difficult decision: the traditional in-house IT … Continue reading Is In-House IT Management Hurting Your Business?
Why Managed IT Services Work in the Financial Industry
The financial industry has grown and evolved exponentially over recent years, and that change is continuing to grow faster as new technologies emerge in the information and technology market.
Cybersecurity in Dental Practices
Advances in technology continue to revolutionize all industries, including dental practices. In the beginning of the computer age, computers were only used for billing and recordkeeping in these offices. Now, almost every aspect of running a dental practice has gone digital, including digital radiography, scheduling, electronic health records, and even digital dentistry. The amount of … Continue reading Cybersecurity in Dental Practices
Common IT Terms Explained
You know you need managed IT services for your growing business. Managing your technology needs is eating away at the time you could be investing in finding new clients, new products, and new revenue streams.