Can Software-as-a-Service Be the Answer to Stabilizing Your IT Costs?

Can Software-as-a-Service Be the Answer to Stabilizing Your IT Costs?

How much time does your business invest in software and its management? There are some that you can’t really go without, like email solutions and productivity suites, but you might have other specialized software that also requires attention. When you acquire new software, you can either go the traditional route or you can go the Software-as-a-Service route. Which path is the best choice for your business?

Public Services are Benefitting from the As-A-Service Model

Public Services are Benefitting from the As-A-Service Model

Let’s face it… “government” and “innovation” aren’t usually associated with one another. Despite the finances that these organizations have, these funds are generally spoken for (on top of not always being used as efficiently as they could be). However, some government operations have started embracing cloud services, which has led to benefits for their entire communities.

How to Spend Less on Your Business’ Computing Infrastructure

How to Spend Less on Your Business’ Computing Infrastructure

Hardware procurement is a challenging part of running any business. When you consider that the hardware is often what keeps your business running––your servers, workstations, networking components, and so on––the idea of finding the right hardware at a reasonable price becomes of paramount importance. How can you make sure that your business isn’t throwing away money on unnecessary hardware procurement? It all starts with a network audit.

Getting All You Can from Cloud Storage Requires Secure Usage

Getting All You Can from Cloud Storage Requires Secure Usage

While we’re big proponents of cloud services, including those used for data storage, it is important to point out that it isn’t just a matter of having a cloud. Whether you’re using your cloud storage as your business’ primary data storage or simply using it as a backup, part of your considerations needs to be whether or not your cloud storage remains secure.

Cloud Productivity is Fueling Small Business

Cloud Productivity is Fueling Small Business

Relying on remote workers was always scary for a lot of businesses; particularly small businesses. The fear stems from a lack of control, whether it be monitoring security or productivity. This is why, before the pandemic, you saw a lot of businesses limit or disallow the practice completely. Today, however, most organizations have a completely different view of remote work. It literally saved many businesses. 

Using Smart Technology in Your Business Might Not Be So Smart

Using Smart Technology in Your Business Might Not Be So Smart

Smart devices have enabled individuals and businesses to push the limits of connectivity, allowing them to have unprecedented amounts of control over their offices and homes. People can turn down their thermostats or lock the front door with the click of a button, as well as control how much power their homes consume. However, security is a pain point for these types of connected devices.

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