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Why you shouldn’t put off that infrastructure migration project

One of the most frustrating aspects of in-house IT management is the massive burden of upgrading that any company will inevitably face. Servers that were at the top of their game 5 years ago may not be so flash today, weighed down both by the growth of the business and the data it manages, and the increased complexity of the applications you’re trying to run.  

 

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IT managers needing a break – have you considered managed service desk?

Managed service desk services are the general support, incident, and management services provided by an outsourced provider, to keep your IT systems (and employees) working to their full potential every day.

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Advantages of fixed wireless Ethernet networks to your business


With no limit to our demand for bandwidth, the traditional methods of connecting organisations are feeling the strain. Fibre can be prohibitively expensive and impossible for remote locations, while ADSL and 3G/4G networks are simply too slow. For organisations facing these kinds of constraints, fixed wireless networks can be the solution.

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Infographic: Cost of Security Incursions

The threat of security incursions is growing and continues to cause disruption to businesses. Find out how much below by downloading this infographic and getting the facts to support the business case for cloud-based backup. 

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3 tech trends IT leaders should watch in 2017

 

In 2016, digital transformation became a top business priority, as organisations recognised the agility, innovation, and engagement benefits that emerging technologies bring.

Rates of innovation and adoption aren’t going to slow down this year. Digital technologies are sparking change on many fronts, which means IT managers have a lot to tackle as 2017 progresses.

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Disaster Recovery explained: Choosing a Partner

 

As we discussed in our last blog, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) refers to a provider offering a site and typically managed services around a disaster recovery (DR) offering.

However, not all DRaaS providers are created equal. If you want to reap the benefits of a cloud-based disaster recovery solution, you need to be careful about who you choose to partner with.

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Disaster Recovery as a Service explained

 

Disaster recovery (DR) was one of the first cloud-delivered IT services to catch on. Whereas now many organisations have no qualms about moving their entire infrastructure to the cloud, in the early days its main value proposition was as a data backup solution, since it eliminated the significant cost of replicating physical servers and expensive backup tapes.   

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Why your mobile workforce needs an IP PBX system

In the mobile cloud era, work is something you do, not somewhere you go. The workforce is trending away from 40 hour-per-week employees who commute from their homes to the office and back again each day.

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What is the best IT mobility model for your business?

 

IT has traditionally had near complete ownership and control over workplace devices, but as employees increasingly access corporate data and networks using their own smartphones, tablets and other personal devices, IT’s ability to ensure security has lessened significantly.

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How DaaS makes BYOD strategies a secure possibility

 

The influx of personal devices in the workplace is difficult to stem. Whether the IT department endorses it or not, employees will inevitably use the tools that enable them to complete tasks in the most efficient manner. It therefore makes sense for businesses to create formal mobility policies to manage these devices and mitigate any security risks. A popular way to do this is by implementing a ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) strategy.

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