Is data center colocation right for you?

Your in-house data centers can become overworked with rising corporate demands, and this could lead to costly downtime. To solve this problem, you need to expand your business' needs. This is where colocation can come in handy.

Colocation refers to a service offered by managed IT services providers (MSPs) that provides a secure space for enterprises to manage their data storage equipment.

How to get the most out of Microsoft Intune

Mobile technology has unquestionably become popular today. In fact, it has even been adopted in the workplace. With Microsoft Intune's mobile device management (MDM) protocols/systems in place, your bring your own device (BYOD) policy can boost employee morale because it allows them to be productive remotely.

Debunking dangerous cybersecurity myths for your business

Cyberattacks are becoming more rampant and dangerous by the minute. They do not just target consumers, but corporations as well. Given this, it’s essential to stay protected from these threats to secure company data.

Security can be a confusing topic for many, and as an effect, it produces many exaggerations, half-truths, and fallacies.

How will tariffs affect the price of computers?

As part of the ongoing trade dispute with China, the United States government imposed a 10% tariff on roughly $200 billion worth of imported Chinese goods back on September 24, 2018. If that sounds bad, it could get worse: that rate is expected to escalate to 25% this year if no agreements between Presidents Trump and Xi Jinping are made.

What is mobile device management and what should it include?

The rise of mobility in businesses is an inevitable development, as evidenced by the increasing prevalence of shadow IT — the practice of using smartphones and other personal devices for work purposes. A survey by Cisco even found that managers are in favor of employees bringing their own gadgets, finding it a helpful addition to boosting productivity.

Understanding Alabama’s data breach notification law: What is SPII?

Data breaches are increasingly becoming more worrying. Cybercriminals are constantly devising new techniques for infiltrating systems and stealing sensitive data from small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and large corporations. To make things worse, what hackers run off with does not only comprise of confidential company data, but personal details and financial information of clients as well.

How cloud computing impacts disaster recovery plans

As more small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) turn to digital solutions for productivity and efficiency, disaster recovery is also becoming more important, as natural and man-made calamities can happen anytime. Cyberattacks, forest fires, earthquakes, and hardware failures are just some of the threats that endanger your company.