Private and public cloud. We’re all familiar with these terms and probably use both on a daily basis. But what are the differences between private and public cloud-based computing, and which might best suit your organisation’s needs? Read more
When your network and data are housed in a central server room, either onsite or offsite, there is a range of disasters that can cause them to go offline. It could be fire, flood or any range of environmental factors disconnect your business systems, would you be able to continue operations? That is why disaster recovery is so critical to businesses of all sizes, so you can minimise your downtime and continue to service your customer and client base.
A hybrid cloud computing approach comes with a huge amount of benefits, but also a few challenges. If these are managed carefully, the benefits can far outweigh the risks. Best practice in managing hybrid risk comes down to security, good network design with a solid strategy and being backed by a qualified team of IT experts. Read more
The majority of companies now use cloud or hybrid cloud based technologies because of the vast benefits—ease of use and low cost in a relatively safe environment. Business, however, is full of risks, all of which need to be managed carefully. In terms of IT, what should companies include in their risk management strategies to ensure that any potential disaster is minimised? Read more
Technology is everywhere in the modern age, including small business where it is vital to stay updated to remain competitive.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are today most vulnerable to cyber attacks as they are ill-prepared to deal with this modern day menace. Cyber crimes or cyber-enabled crimes hit one in four Australians – or over 6 million Australians – every day, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC). A lot of these attacks on individuals are aimed at getting access to systems of enterprises they are employed in. Many of these enterprises are small and medium businesses.
Office communications were once simple as we all co-existed in the same space.
We would chat around the water cooler, share lunch together, meet together and socialise together to form bonds between office staff.
No longer does your company data need to be stored on local computers with the physical speed of connections varying considerably. Taking your business into the cloud offers so many advantages for businesses of all sizes, including saving time and money. But there are risks, many of which can be mitigated if managed carefully.
Small business owners under the pump often find themselves wearing the hats of CEO, receptionist, accountant, PR manager, and salesperson. “IT manager” gets pushed to the bottom of the pile, and many entrepreneurs feel they don’t have the time or financial resources to take advantage of the best digital technology available.
Promising faster service, more flexibility, and greater reliability, edge computing is a trend many are examining closely. We look at the future of computing and how it will change the network as we know it.
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