Work from Anywhere with Cloud Technology Solutions

Look at what’s happening in our world: the cloud generation. The world is now your “office.” In fact, 90% of organizations use the cloud in some way, with 50% using cloud services as their preferred solution. It’s all yours now, anywhere you want it.
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Your Go-To Guide for Understanding Different Cloud Solutions

Using the cloud (in technical terms) means accessing a server that is not physically located in your office to use and share IT applications, data, and services across a network or internet connection. There are many different cloud configurations available and things to consider when evaluating each.
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How to Determine an IT Project’s Scope

With any IT project, it’s best to start by defining the scope: what your goals are, what potential obstacles you may encounter, and what time and resources it’s going to take to get the job done. We put together a brief guide to help with that scoping.
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5 Questions You Need to Ask an IT Consultant Before Hiring Them

There are a few key questions you should ask in order to make sure that an IT consultant is the right one for your business.
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5 Technology Trends to Watch in 2018

The new year is sure to bring plenty of cool new device and solution-based trends as well. We thought it would be a good idea to end this year with a list of our predictions for what the 2018 technology trends will be.
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Multifactor Authentication: That Extra Layer of Security Your Business Needs

While it may not be a secret agent or government organization, your business does have sensitive information that it’s in its best interest to protect. Multifactor authentication helps your business do this.

Multifactor Authentication: A Separation of Verification Power

Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a form of access control allowing end users to log in to their computer, application, or database only after successfully providing several pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism.
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4 Companies Who Could Have Used a Data Loss Prevention Strategy

In order to demonstrate just how serious having a DLP strategy is, we’ve come up with a list of four instances where data loss prevention would have helped major companies avoid data breaches and the headaches that came along with them.

How to Establish a Strong Data Loss Prevention Strategy

Regardless of what industry you are in, protecting your company’s sensitive information is important. Establishing a data loss prevention strategy will help keep your company’s data secure.
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3 Ways Data Loss Prevention Can Save the Day

Data loss prevention (DLP) can help your company be proactive as opposed to reactive when it comes to protecting your business data.