Month: June 2013

Essentials of Disaster Recovery (DR) Planning

Disaster Recovery planning is a complex process that require serious thought and expert guidance to ensure success. Disaster recovery plans are similar to insurance — hopefully you will never need it, but if you do, you want to be sure everything is covered. Pay close attention to these essential tips when developing a DR plan…

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Cloud Data Storage: Comparing Providers

Cloud solutions have become mainstream, allowing businesses of all sizes to benefit from cost-effective scalability, disaster recovery and data backup. Whether your company is looking into the public cloud or the a private cloud, there are a few questions that should be asked when vetting various cloud storage providers. The answers to these questions will…

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Office 2013 or Office 365: Which is Best for Your Business?

Businesses in need of a Microsoft Office software upgrade and/or PC refresh have several options for accessing the application they use everyday, like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more. If you are bewildered by the mind-boggling variety of Microsoft Office options out there, you are not alone. We find many businesses are confused about the differences…

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Upgrading Microsoft Windows: Start Planning Now for a Successful Migration

On April 2014, per Microsoft’s Support Lifecycle policy, Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003. According to Microsoft, the average enterprise deployment can take from 18 to 36 months for full deployment. This means that businesses currently using Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 should start planning migration to a modern…

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