Many businesses turn to technology to find ways to reduce costs and overhead. This is especially true of the booming market here in San Antonio, Texas. Technology trends–Software as a Service, Internet of Things, Software Defined Wide Area Networking, marketing automation, and cloud-based communications and collaboration–are top of mind with business owners who prioritize improving staff productivity and capability.
Last month’s blog provided information about ways to “Avoid Being Held Hostage by Ransomware.” Eight days later, on May 12, 2017, there was a global outbreak of the Wanna Cry Virus. With cyber threats on the rise, the importance of maintaining network compliance is top of mind with business owners and IT professionals alike. Industry compliance regulations, including PCI, HIPAA, and SOX, drive best practices in network compliance.
Most companies rely on cloud computing for their business. Software as a Service (SaaS) applications including Voice over IP (VoIP), hosted email, Sales Force Automation (SFA), and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) can all be rapidly deployed by a San Antonio-based technology advisor.
Ransomware, spyware, phishing schemes, and other cyber attacks are commonplace in today’s world of technology—San Antonio not excluded. According to a recent article in Forbes, ransomware attacks grew at an accelerated pace in 2016 with reports of 638 million attacks, almost 200 times more than the number of ransomware attacks in 2015.
More and more companies are migrating to Cloud Computing to gain competitive advantage and reduce capital expense. According to CompTIA’s 9th annual Security Trends study, companies reported over 80% net usage of Cloud Computing. Over 59% reported moderate or heavy usage.
Does your San Antonio-based business have a backup and disaster recovery plan? Businesses of any size should know which applications–and their associated data–they rely on and what the cost of interruption would be in the event of an unintended disruption.
Ransomware, Privacy Breach, Compliance requirements and Business Continuity make the case to protect your company’s data. Cloud backup and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaas) require reliable network access to ensure your IT assets are backed up and available for rapid recovery.
A managed services provider (MSP) takes on the responsibility for a company’s technology and infrastructure by proactively providing a defined set of IT services for a fixed monthly fee. This approach is preferred by businesses over the traditional Break/Fix services delivered on an hourly rate when needed. By emphasizing high availability and reliability,
There is a shift in how businesses use technology—even in San Antonio, Texas. New applications, including Voice over IP (VoIP) phone systems, cloud based email, file sync & sharing all require solid network infrastructure. According to a recent report from the enterprise strategy group, demonstrating SD-WAN business value:
The market for Cloud Computing is maturing—not just in Silicon Valley but right here in San Antonio, Texas. According to trends in cloud computing, a recent research report by the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), 90 percent claim using some form of cloud computing.