The Right Tools & Equipment For Remote Working Success

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(12-min read) More than ever, organizations of all sizes and every conceivable industry find themselves grappling with mobilizing their workforces. In this piece, we’re going to outline the preferred tools, equipment, and practices necessary to manage the technology needs of a newly-remote workforce.  Internet Connections A worker’s home internet connection has become their lifeline to…Read Full Article

Protect Your Data with Unified Threat Management

Unified Threat Management

Proactive is always better than reactive, and that goes double for IT risk management. With 55 percent of small-medium sized businesses experiencing a cyber attack in the past year, and 50 percent experiencing an actual data breach, you can’t afford to wait. A bit skeptical? Here are a few stats that might change your mind….Read Full Article

Thrive Outside of the Office with Mobile Technology

Mobile Technology

Advancements in technology have made it possible not only for you to do your job outside of the office, but to do it well. Mobile technology enables employees to access company data and resources offsite and anywhere on a construction job site. The days of lost productivity when walking the job site are long gone….Read Full Article

Why Dropbox and Google Drive Aren’t Backups

Why Dropbox and Google Drive Aren’t Backups

For the everyday user, the difference between true backup disaster recovery (BDR) and a simple file sync and share service gets murky. So, why can’t Google Drive and Dropbox replace a true BDR solution? They just store files. To understand the limitations of these services, think of Google Drive or Dropbox literally—they are virtual hard drives…Read Full Article