Managed services is like a pre-flight checklist for business.

The managed services pre-flight checklist

The right managed services provider (MSP) is your technology co-pilot.
Server restoration as a part of a BDR plan.

Hurricane Harvey and Other Disasters: Why Your Business Needs a BDR Plan

Companies with a BDR (backup and disaster recovery) plan minimized their losses during Hurricane Harvey.
managed IT services gets MMA treatment.

Title Fight: Break/Fix vs. Managed IT Services

The ideal state of technology for most businesses is one that drives them to their business goals, propels them into the future and helps them compete in their market.
An old man didn't use data backup best practices.

How to Prepare Your Business for Unexpected Disasters

If we learned anything from Hurricane Harvey, it’s that preparation is never regretted.
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A human makes a data backup mistake.

Data Backups and the Erroneous Behavior of Your Employees

The number one threat to your business’s data is your employees.
Data loss on a hard drive.

Data Loss Disasters: Bad Decisions Revisited

There are a number of ways a simple employee mistake can cause irreparable damage to your business, and these mistakes happen at all levels of business despite the position or experience
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The Business Guide to Surviving the Next Hurricane Harvey (Part Two)

Here at GB Tech, we will work with your business to create a business continuity plan that guarantees not only minimal business interruption, but that you will be operational in 15 minutes or less.
business interruption

Business Guide to Surviving the Next Hurricane Harvey (Part One)

Here at GB Tech, we will work with your business to create a business continuity plan that guarantees not only minimal business interruption, but that you will be operational in 15 minutes or less.
business interruption

3 of the Worst IT-related Disasters Ever (And What You Can Learn From Them)

70 million unhappy customers is not good for business, especially when it costs the company $252 million dollars. How does that even happen? Actually, Target was hit the same way many businesses are attacked–through phishing.