An on-premises IT system isn’t always the best option for your business. One alternative worth trying is a hosted desktop. This solution gives you access to the major benefits of an on-premises system, but with a few differences that just might make it better suited for your company’s needs. [...]
There are many types of server programs. The most common are file servers, database servers, web servers, email servers, print servers, app servers, and game servers. When you consider that one server device can hold many server programs, and that one server program can serve multiple clients, that device has to be considerably more powerful than your consumer-grade PC. This also means that a server device (hereafter called “server”) is more expensive, consumes more electricity, and will require more monitoring, maintenance, and repair than regular computers down the line.
Question is, when will your business need that much more power? Here are a few cases where the use of a server is warranted: [...]
Calamities such as severe hurricanes and earthquakes usually grind communities and the businesses within them to a prolonged halt. Many data-reliant companies that had the foresight to use backups would still end up folding because they kept their storage on-site or within the reach of the natural disaster. The key to surviving such catastrophic circumstances is to have backups in a safe place: the cloud. Here’s why: [...]
When the subject of disaster recovery plans is brought up, the conversation often focuses on keeping data intact and accessible during crises such as flash floods or massive cybersecurity breaches. However, there is another aspect of disaster recovery that must be addressed: voice communications. [...]