As 2020 looms, the possibilities feel endless. Not only are we entering a new year, but also a whole new decade. It’s time to start thinking about how you can kick-off the Roaring 20s 2.0 and set your business up for success. Here are five tech New Year’s resolutions you should make in 2020.
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The holiday season is in full swing, and it’s well and truly time to start your Christmas shopping. You’ve got a long list of things to buy, but what should you get for the tech nerd in your life, whether that be your significant other or the head of your IT team? Here are our top four gift ideas.
Business continuity plans fail for many reasons, whether it’s a lack of effective communication or an unclear strategy for getting your key business operations live again. To prevent your business continuity plan from failing, here are some examples of what not to do.
All businesses need great disaster recovery and business continuity plan. But are you aware that those terms aren’t interchangeable? By learning more about the differences between the two, you keep your business safe in the event of panic-inducing disasters.
Everything from hurricanes to cyber attacks can severely affect your business operations, and the only way to stay online is to prepare for the worst. To help, we’ve outlined the 6 key areas to tackle in your business continuity plan to get up and running again quickly.
Office 365 migrations can benefit your organization. Successful migration takes a little planning and organization, but you can pull them off successfully with these tips.
Using these tips to help with Microsoft 365 will help you transition from the desktop to the cloud seamlessly. The cloud has a few new features that can propel your company forward.
Are you giving your employees the comprehensive training they need to beat common cyber scams? Here’s our rundown of the 6 most effective training techniques
Most people are guilty of using the same password for many accounts. This widespread password reuse makes you an easy target for cyberattacks. Based on NIST guidelines, we compiled the following suggestions to help you improve your password creation processes and educate your employees accordingly.
Cloud computing is changing the way we do business. More often than not, it’s changing it for the better. So, while it’s important to be aware of the downsides and to plan for them in your business, it’s hard to dispute the research that suggests cloud computing is our future reality.