While the world finds a new way to work during the pandemic, protect your business network IT security so your staff can work safely from home.
Device as a Service, or DaaS, is an IT service that takes away the stress of managing all the different devices that your business needs to operate. Find out more about what DaaS is and how it can benefit your business!
Give your business more time, more money, and more security. Click here to find out primary benefits of managed IT that are sure to make your company more agile and more profitable.
A business continuity plan outlines how a business will continue to operate in the event of an emergency or disaster. Did you have a plan before this pandemic? If not, or if yours didn’t work, it’s time to create a business continuity plan so that your business will be prepared for the next emergency.
With millions of workers being forced work at home IT managers are been working feverishly to establish essential video conferencing software and tools so that workers resume vital connections and can simulate meetings. Trying to decide which video conferencing software is right for your business? Read more here.
As the pandemic forces many employers to allow employees to work from home, can your IT infrastructure support teleworking and will employees stay productive and information safe?
Empower your team to work from anywhere with Amazon Workspaces, their Desktop-as-a-Service offering. It is free for up to 50 users until June 30th!
What is a telecommunications broker, and why do you need one? Telecom Brokers (also referred to as Agents, Consultants, and Specialists) provide a depth of communications and IT expertise to small and medium-sized businesses and act as an agent negotiation service for the client. These educated agents take the work out of processing telecommunication service … Continue reading Why Work with A Telecommunications Broker
Malware infiltrates your computer or network with the intent to cause damage. Keeping your computer protected from this attack originating on the internet can be done, let us tell you how.
HIPAA laws mandate patient health information be conducted over extremely secure Internet connections. IT companies must take measures to follow the rules to provide secure solutions for healthcare practitioners.