No one likes to think about losing data. But whether it’s due to cyberattacks, disgruntled employees, human error, equipment failure, or natural disasters, a data loss incident is always possible. The best way to avoid losing valuable customer and company information is to have a reliable backup solution.
The IT sector relentlessly comes up with new business solutions that cut costs and increase efficiency. One such innovation is Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). In this post, you’ll learn more about what SaaS is — and why you shouldn’t miss out on it.
Fifth generation technology, or 5G, will significantly enhance the performance of your business's Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. That's because 5G networks have much higher speeds, greater capacity, and reduced latency than 4G LTE networks.
Data is valuable to business, so it’s bizarre that some companies don’t have a proper data backup strategy in place. Organizations of all sizes — including yours — need to be proactive when backing up their data. Here are four of the best backup solutions in the market for your consideration.
Much more of VoIP’s potential would be tapped by businesses, thanks to the enhancements that 5G will bring about.
VoIP calls rely heavily on sufficient download and upload speeds. For example, when mobile VoIP users on 4G networks are limited to 12 Mbps upload and 2 Mbps download speeds, they experience unstable and poor call connectivity and clarity.
Technology continues to create more solutions that enable businesses to cut costs and improve efficiency. One of those solutions is Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Learn more about what SaaS is, and how it benefits your business.
What is SaaS and what makes it appealing?
SaaS is a software delivery model that allows you, the user, to access software from any device through the internet.
Security researchers have discovered a new Android malware called DEFENSOR ID that snuck its way into the Google Play Store. Forensic analysis shows that the malware takes advantage of an Android device’s Accessibility Services to infiltrate the system and cause damage without being detected.
Most of us don’t normally associate Business Intelligence (BI) with small- or medium-sized businesses (SMBs). The huge investment required to hire data-delving specialists makes us think BI is only for larger organizations. But this is no longer the case.
Today’s businesses rely heavily on data to run their day-to-day operations. They use it for everything from building client relationships to developing marketing strategies and so much more. But without data backups, businesses stand to suffer from major losses and even end up closing up for good should any natural or human-made disaster occur.
If you’re making or receiving Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls, you may gather a lot of valuable data without knowing it. Whether you’re still getting accustomed to your new telephone system, or you’re simply unaware of your VoIP data, here are five things you can do to benefit from it.