The rise of malicious attacks on all business sizes is a growing concern and the more we become reliant on technology to do business, the greater the risk becomes. Your data, applications and ability to operate as a business is usually 100% reliant on access to your systems.
It isn’t just malicious attacks that put your systems at risk – human error is the most common factor resulting in a disaster recovery and/or business continuity invocation. There are other factors such as incidents where users are unable to access their place of work or simple application failure.
There have been huge advancements in disaster recovery and business continuity provision over recent years and offerings that were once only available to large, enterprise organisations are now available to all. These include using the cloud as your backup location and being able to boot from there in the event of a disaster in minutes rather than hours or even days.
Virtualisation of desktops and applications means that you can access these services from a number of devices so that if you are unable to get to your place of work you can still access the things you need to do your job.
There are huge benefits when moving to the cloud, not least the potential cost savings and improved uptime of services.Read More
It isn’t just malicious attacks that put your systems at risk – human error is the most common factor resulting in a disaster recovery and/or business continuity invocation.Read More
Knowing that someone is on the end of the phone to resolve your day to day IT issues gives you peace of mind and allows you and your staff to get on with running your business.Read More
Managing your application estate can be a timely and resource intensive task. If not done correctly it can lead to numerous standardisation and conflict issues – costing time, money and end user frustration.Read More
There are many steps you can take to make sure your IT systems are secure, including ensuring the latest updates are applied, you have a suitable anti-virus installed and you have firewalls in place.Read More
Technology as a service can come in many forms. You may have heard of desktop-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service or software-as-a-service.Read More