Do your clients ask about how your firm handles data and security? More than ever, firms are expected to explain how they protect their clients’ private data—properly and securely. The correct answers can have major implications with your clientele and compliance obligations.
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Small and medium-sized businesses have exciting new options to harness the cloud for their goals and growth objectives. For any SMB leader looking to run more efficiently and take your cloud use to the next level in 2019, here’s what you need to know about this ever-evolving technology.
Cloud computing has caused business leaders and organizations to completely re-imagine how they approach their IT resources. What can we expect from the cloud in 2019 and beyond? Here are six trends you should know about and how they affect users right now.
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses and employees interact with data. It offers many benefits such as increased mobility, improved flexibility, and limitless scalability. But along with those benefits come security concerns that shouldn’t be ignored.
Utilizing your cloud network effectively is important, but it’s even more important to make sure that it’s secure. Does your company have the right cloud security tools in place? Check out our favorite four programs for your business – the best to use in 2019.
Data encryption is an important part of running a modern business. All businesses deal in important and sensitive data, so you owe it to yourself and your clients to make sure that their data is protected. Not only is it good cybersecurity practice, but it also doesn’t take much effort to implement.
As internet speeds increase with performance and reliability, cloud-based software packages deliver more business value. Moving beyond on-site solutions, cloud-based tools allow unlimited storage and integrated collaboration tools. We discuss the pros and cons of two of the most popular packages.
Uptime is a crucial part of running a successful business, especially as companies focus more and more on cloud applications. Losing access to their cloud functionality effectively shuts down the business and can cost thousands of dollars if it happens regularly.
Sometimes downtime happens and there’s nothing you can do to control it. However, with some forethought, you can set yourself up for success and minimize it when it does occur. Security updates, a BDR plan, and file and hardware redundancy can make things run more smoothly in the event of downtime.