Nowadays, companies require all sorts of software to streamline and improve their operations. Utilizing a plethora of programs used to be prohibitive, but thanks to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), doing so is now budget-friendly. Learn more about SaaS and how your organization can benefit from it.
The cloud is becoming an increasingly popular option for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) like yours. However, many business owners are not aware of the costs associated with using cloud technologies. These costs can add up over time if you're not careful.
Migrating to the cloud is a big decision for any business, but it can be especially daunting when it comes to unified communications (UC) systems. UC is the umbrella term for all the communication technologies used in a business, from voice and video calling to messaging and collaboration tools.
There is an overwhelming number of cloud computing services today, so how should you go about selecting the right one for your business? In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of cloud computing service models, their benefits, and some factors to consider when choosing one for your business.
A growing number of businesses are shifting from conventional landlines to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. Doing so is allowing them to lower their communication costs, leverage advanced call features, and support remote work arrangements.
There are three Microsoft 365 tools that are typically used for office communication and collaboration: Microsoft 365 Groups, Yammer, and Microsoft Teams. While these three are similar, did you know that there are subtle differences that set them apart from each other? Let's take a look at some of these.
Business technology is constantly changing — and if you don’t keep up with innovations in business IT, you could end up being left behind by your competitors. And gaining a competitive edge is just one of the many reasons why you should upgrade your business IT now — here are four others.
Disaster recovery (DR) used to be an expensive solution that relied predominantly on tape backups. Today, cloud computing has dramatically changed the DR landscape, affording even small- and medium-sized businesses cheaper and more reliable DR solutions.
Many businesses still rely heavily on landlines, which remain as one of the first points of contact businesses have with their customers. With the marriage of traditional telephony and digital connectivity comes a more affordable and reliable option: internet phones.
As hurricanes are a common event in many areas of the United States, business owners must take steps to secure their data. In this blog, we provide steps that will help you quickly recover your data and get back to business following a hurricane.
Determine recovery hierarchy
Certain parts of your IT system are more mission-critical than others.