Topic: Security and Disaster Recovery

How to Create a Business Continuity Strategy

One of the things our customers ask us about most often is how to build a business continuity/disaster recovery (bc/dr) plan. while most customers think of hurricanes and tornadoes, it’s important to note that natural disasters aren’t the only thing you need to plan for. there are far more common events like bad software, misconfigured networks and hardware failures that can cause real problems. Read more…

Cloud Conundrum: Security

We all know that security is the No. 1 concern for enterprises considering cloud computing. Technology decision makers must balance risk management strategies with the high availability and performance of cloud-based resources. Read more…

Disaster Recovery In The Cloud

Is your IT staff prepared to deal with the unthinkable? Imagine for a moment what would happen if your network, and all the systems and applications that rely on it, were suddenly unavailable. Have you considered the impact of this scenario – not only when a disaster strikes, but also when outages are caused by a spike in business activity or a problem with your provider’s network? Read more…

It’s Official

When we heard that Microsoft used its B2B Worldwide Partner Conference to show off phones, an iPad-like slate, and motion sensors for the Xbox video game system, it confirmed one of our latest theories and one of our customers’ biggest challenges: Consumerization has hit the corporate mainstream. Read more…

Controlled Chaos: Oxymoron or the Future of Enterprise Mobility?

Employees can be demanding. They want to be able to access all their favorite applications from any device, anywhere, and it’s hard to deny this request when it’s actually making someone more productive. But what is the norm? All too often, only email is approved for use on nontraditional corporate devices, which puts significant limits on true mobility. Read more…

Securing Your Business: One Size Does Not Fit All

During the downturn, you streamlined operations to make them truly lean. Now, with economic conditions brightening, you don’t want to take your eye off the ball. But, during all this belt-tightening, did you let things go that exposed you to risk? Read more…