Do you struggle to stay focused? Are you overwhelmed by your ever-growing to-do list? Do you have a plan for the future? Are you even sure how to organize your life? Are you progressing toward your goals every day? If you feel you are too busy to think about these 5 questions, your life may be more off course than you think. In an article on Inc.com, Benjamin P. Hardy shares 5 energy factors that can help get your life back on course.
It’s pretty scary to think about, but one careless mistake that leads to the theft of an employee’s unprotected device could cost your company millions. The average cost for each stolen individual record containing sensitive and conﬁdential information is $201. How much money would you lose if one of your devices was stolen?
The best time to plan for a disaster is before it arrives. But things don’t always happen the way we expect. Typically, IT providers send their customers a long checklist of requirements to do before the storm strikes – disconnecting power lines, securing computers and equipment, ensuring backup systems, and redirecting network services.
It only takes seconds for ransomware to block access to an entire network, but the vast majority of businesses remain locked out of crucial files and systems for a week or more, with the impact causing severe financial and reputational damage.
People who work in technology and business are prone to hero worship. As such, it is not surprising that my management team and I found ourselves discussing a recent stakeholder letter from Amazon founder, chief disruptor and hero, Jeff Bezos.
As a business owner, you recognize we are in the age of cloud computing, and data is the new currency. Now more than ever, how you manage data can drastically impact your company’s success. The reality is today’s data is increasingly complex. If you are like most, you may find it difficult to cost-effectively build, operate, manage and store all this data, server hardware and computing resources on-premise.
Millennials, one of the largest generational groups in the U.S., are the largest group of smartphone owners. And their adoption of "smart" devices and systems is evolving fast. Experts say Millennials and their iPhones are killing the conventional utility model. Here is what you need to know...
Some businesses still aren't convinced that cloud-hosted desktops are a more secure option than on-premise IT systems. In this post, we’ll look at 4 reasons to sway even the toughest cloud critics.
Bitcoin and Ethereum are probably terms you’ve heard of, but if you’re like many people, you may be having a hard time wrapping your head around the concept. Here is something you need to know: The technology that underlies bitcoin, ethereum and other digital assets is the foundation to the next paradigm shift to our internet connected world of cloud computing.