Your business should never have to be bogged down with system downtime. It’s stressful for you and your employees, and disruptive for your clients and users. Lucky for you, there are providers specifically devoted to reducing downtime by administering IT services like real-time monitoring, disaster recovery planning, cybersecurity, cloud solutions, and more. We’ll cover them in more detail in this blog post.
A lot of ink has been spilled on IT and Cyber Security over the recent years. While you can (and should) ignore intimidating pop-ups warning you against the threats of a virus attack on pain of instantaneous combustion if you don’t “CLICK RIGHT NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,” there are some extremely good reasons as for why you absolutely should keep your firmware and firewalls up to date.
Advancements in modern tech often translate into less hardware and more software. With more movement from paper-based to digital work, business owners are foregoing storage rooms and filing cabinets in favour of online storage and off-site hosting.
Imagine losing a 400-page Word document that you’ve been working on for months. Your system is infected and you don’t have antivirus software, or your computer randomly shuts down. To make matters worse, you have no data backed up.
Copiers have long been the scapegoat machine of the office—the annoyance that bonds everyone at the office. Besides a universal laundry list of grievances, what might be the most frustrating thing about photocopiers is that they always seem to give us the same headaches.
When hiring, you never settle for an “acceptable” employee. You’re never satisfied with just scraping by—you’re always aiming for financial growth. So, why don’t you treat technological efficiency the same way?