There's no way around certain disastrous scenarios in terms of IT. With computer systems, the question of operational mismanagement or dissolution shouldn't be "if", it should be "when". When will systems collapse? And perhaps, how?
Before outsourcing your company’s IT in CT, you have to consider where you’re going to start. After all, transitioning all processes to the cloud in one go can be overwhelming and impractical. It’s best to ease into it slowly, beginning with an entry point before transferring everything.
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When it comes to cyber security, it seems like no one is completely certain as to what the most prudent approach is. Some businesses opt for an abundance of cyber security protections, while others have a single layer of digital security. For the most part, IT services experts in CT agree that the more security solutions you have, the better your chances are to avoid a breach.
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When you outsource IT services in CT, you should work with a team that gives you the option of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). This modern cloud-computing method of protecting data will bring you comfort in knowing that your business will be able to withstand any disaster.
Following last summer's hurricanes and looking ahead to the snowy season, Kelser COO & CTO Jonathan Stone teamed up with Larry Selnick, SVP, Director, Treasury & Payment Solutions Sales at Webster Bank for an article on CFO.com about business continuity and disaster recovery. The article looks at how businesses can prepare for major weather events and other disasters from both a technology and banking standpoint.
Backing up your data is a necessity. There are simply too many ways in which data can be lost, ransomed, or compromised in some way. Your original information can get deleted - by accident or on purpose. Your system or network can fail. A hurricane or tornado can strike. That’s why you have another copy safe and sound. It’s why you also have a disaster recovery plan in place to make sure your data is safe. You do have a disaster recovery plan, right?