Co-location offers a balance between cost, security, control, and flexibility, making it a smart choice for organizations that are looking for shared data center services as part of their backup and disaster recovery plan, yet they still want to retain ownership over their servers. Find out how it can strengthen your business continuity plan.
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A majority of business operations are often affected by cybersecurity response following a disruptive incident. Given the heavy reliance of modern businesses on technology, it has become impossible to detach cybersecurity responsiveness from business continuity management.
A business continuity framework minimizes company downtime, boosts productivity, reduces wasted costs, and helps you meet your compliance requirements — but how do you create one? Here’s what you need to know about business continuity frameworks and how to draft one for your company.
Nowadays, businesses are highly susceptible to a growing number of threats, mostly due to the over reliance on delicate technologies. Business continuity planning is a way to anticipate and prepare for these threats and guarantee business survival through disasters.
Managed IT can radically increase your business efficiency, reduce unwanted downtime, cut down on wasted costs, and give you the confidence you need to run your company. Here’s everything you need to know about the benefits of managed IT – and some tips on how to choose which managed services to outsource.
Co-managed IT brings all the perks of managed IT solutions without necessarily getting rid of your valuable in-house IT support team. It combines the best of both IT management approaches to create a comprehensive and cost-effective IT support solution.
When we think of security, we often think of “keeping something out.” But, in truth, security is having a proactive approach to threats. It is about risk management and keeping your business safe in the long term. This is particularly true when it comes to cybersecurity.
Want to explore the vast potential of cloud computing but unsure how to manage and structure your own cloud? That’s where managed cloud services come in – here’s what you need to know about the managed cloud, how it’s organized, and why it benefits your company.
By their very nature, mission-critical systems are integral to the health and operational capacity of your business. In order to manage risk effectively in today’s connected and data-rich world, it’s important to identify and manage all systems that define your organization.
Congratulations. If you are considering a data backup plan, you are way ahead of the curve.