Articles Tagged ‘business productivity’

Common Causes of IT Disruption and What to do About Them

This week’s guest blog was written by Brent Whitfield, CEO of DCG Technical Solutions Inc. There was a time, not too long ago, when one of a business owner’s main concerns was losing his or her assets through fire, storm damage or flood. While insurers catered to these fears by providing comprehensive business insurance policies,…

SECURITY IN THE CLOUD: ARE YOU ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS?

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Hybrid cloud is rapidly emerging in the business world with its ability to support enterprises in reducing costs, increasing returns and most importantly, keeping our vital data at our fingertips. So what’s keeping all businesses from completely migrating to the cloud? The fear of a loss of security. To simplify, cloud computing is an internet-based,…

Infographic: Fun Facts About the Internet of Things

The number of connected devices is steadily increasing, fuelling the continued growth of the Internet of Things (IoT). To help demonstrate the impact IoT will have, we’ve created an infographic containing six fun facts about the technology. For businesses that haven’t adopted IoT yet, it’s time to start thinking about what your competitors could do…

SMBs Benefit From Hybrid Cloud Data Storage And Federated Clouds

Guest Author: This week’s blog was provided to us by Ted Navarro, a technical writer and inbound marketer for ComputeNext – an innovative marketplace company. Check out the ComputeNext blog for the latest postings and engage in the discussions on cloud computing and IaaS technolgy by clicking here. Or you can follow them on Twitter…

Data Loss and Business Downtime Infographic

Over the past year, computer users worldwide created 1.8 billion gigabytes of data. Much of that data was pertinent for business dealings and operations. Unfortunately, some of that data was also lost, causing expensive downtime for businesses – many of which will never recover from the loss. There are several factors that commonly contribute to…

How to Train Employees on Company Cyber Security

Guest Author: This week’s blog was provided to us by Theo Schmidt, an independent blogger. Schmidt has an interest in computer science and engineering, which he uses to fuel his blogging. You can learn more about him on Google+. No matter your line of work, company cyber security is something that should weigh heavily on…

Having Trouble Securing Your Data? So is the Federal Government

Security breaches seem to be occurring on a regular basis lately, as more and more reports of lost data and hackers flood news headlines. Many businesses store their information in a virtual environment, but do little to protect it once it gets there. Complacency and a lack of understanding is  contributing the the number of…

High Bandwidth Consumption is Back in Session as Students Go Online

As another summer comes to an end, businesses need to prepare themselves for the upcoming spike in Internet activity as students return to school. Internet technologies are being adopted by an increasing number of educational institutes, including primary, secondary and post-secondary schools. It’s also important to recognize that it’s not only the students who are consuming…

TeraGo Networks Presents: Back to Basics – What is Virtualization?

The term “virtualization” has been generating some buzz in the technology community as IT professionals look for ways to maximize their resources. But what exactly is virtualization? And how can it benefit your business? This blog post breaks down the history and functionality of virtualization. What is virtualization? Virtualization refers to the technologies designed to…

Cloud Security: Customer FAQs

Concerns surrounding the security of cloud computing have been prevalent since its inception, and this is having an impact on users as well as providers. Any reservations or anxieties that potential users are experiencing can impact a provider’s ability to sell their cloud services. It is in a provider’s best interest to address any apprehensions…