Working Remotely, What You Need to Know

The COVID-19 crisis – Working remotely to help These are trying times. First, know that that your health and safety is the highest priority. Second, we’re all in this together so cooperation and our best efforts are required. We appreciate the leadership of local, state and federal government officials and the dedicated healthcare professionals on the front lines. With a united effort, we can overcome the challenges ahead and return to conditions of health and prosperity. That said, we want you to know that with the coronavirus outbreak impacting populations worldwide, it looks like we’re in this for the long…

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Common Cloud Computing Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

Common Cloud Computing Mistakes & How to Avoid Them The advent of cloud computing has changed the landscape and the possibilities of the business world. Instead of building and maintaining large in-house computer infrastructure, corporations can store and access everything they need online. But while cloud computing is cost-effective and boasts a number of benefits for both businesses and individuals, it isn’t without risk. Recognizing these risks is the first step to avoiding the potential hazards of cloud-based computing. Here are four of the most common cloud mistakes, and what you can do about them. Giving Too Much Access The…

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How the Cloud Eliminates Your Top Three Data Security Risks

You are a business owner who has their doubts about the cloud’s data security. We get it. The thought of migrating all of your company’s mission critical data to a relatively new piece of intangible technology named after a weather phenomenon traditionally associated with doom and gloom is a scary concept. The reality is that you have nothing to fear. There are outside forces and internal practices threatening to bring doom and gloom to your business each day, from which the cloud can protect you. Continue reading to learn how cloud-powered data storage eliminates your three biggest security risks. The…

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April Showers, May Flowers, And Three Signs it’s Time to Upgrade to the Cloud

This time of year, when everyone is talking about April showers and May flowers, we’d like to discuss the cloud-based. Though we believe that businesses of all sizes, at all stages, can benefit from storing their data in a secure, centralized, ever accessible environment, there are certain benchmarks that necessitate a migration to the cloud. We outline three below! You’ve Hired Remote Workers It used to be that employees would go to the conference room to participate in a meeting. Now, they just GoToMeeting. In fact, telecommuting has grown 103% in the last decade. Though convenient, communicating with remote employees…

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