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7 Tips to Help Your IT Tech Support Team Maintain Security for a Remote Workforce

By Erik Briceno

7 Tips to Help Your IT Tech Support Team Maintain Security for a Remote Workforce

With so many employees working remotely, every business needs a plan for providing those workers with the IT tech support they need to do their jobs. Security concerns should be at the top of that planning list for your remote workforce.

As mobile technology and network infrastructure continue to progress, so do the variety of threats to IT environments and sensitive information. That’s a particular concern when employees work outside the office, whether they’re teleworking or traveling.

While working from home or other remote locations provides numerous benefits for both the employees and the company, it also comes with numerous risks of viruses, malware or hackers. To reduce these potential problems, companies should focus on securing data access rather than the hardware itself – particularly when employees use their own devices.   Read more

Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization

By Erik Briceno

Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization

Most applications used daily on iPhones, Droids, handhelds, etc. are cloud-based. Many are using the cloud already, just not in business environments. But forward-thinking businesses realize that cloud computing offers the opportunity for increased productivity combined with managed costs. The best cloud providers deliver software over the internet, which eliminates the need to install and run these applications on local devices, simplifying maintenance and support.   Read more

Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing

By Erik Briceno

Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing

In business, you know that being focused on your vision is paramount to your success. Obstacles and distractions constantly threaten your attention. One of the biggest impediments to success can be technology — researching it, acquiring it, maintaining it and upgrading it.

That’s where cloud computing comes in. Turning to a cloud service provider to design, implement and manage your technology allows you to concentrate on your core vision and pursue your business objectives.

Simply put: Would you rather your employees focus on what you hired them to do? Or do you want them spending valuable time learning how to upgrade software, run anti-virus scans and deal with hard-drive crashes?   Read more

7 Tips to Help Your IT Tech Support Team Maintain Security for a Remote Workforce
7 Tips to Help Your IT Tech Support Team Maintain Security for a Remote Workforce
Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization
Dive Into the Cloud: 4 Things to Consider for Implementing Cloud Computing in Your Organization
Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing
Five Key Benefits of Cloud Computing