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By Erik Briceno

Cloud Transition in 2021 – Part 2

Transition to the cloud can be a stressful experience if not managed properly. To that end, we continue our series on why organizations are making this sometimes-difficult migration, and how to migrate as smoothly as possible.

In part one of our series, we outlined five reasons companies are switching to the cloud. Today, we list three more, along with some helpful tips.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

Let Them Work From Home, But Don’t Leave Yourself Vulnerable

If you’re like many organizations right now, you’ve probably embraced a work-from-home policy. Even as things start slowly returning to normalcy, many organizations — and especially employees — are choosing to remain within a remote work or hybrid framework. But are you implementing it securely? Enabling workers to access the systems and data they need from home can create a wide range of cyber risks that attackers can be quick to exploit. Here are some of the most critical vulnerabilities that enterprises of all sizes need to watch out for.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

Sticking with remote work? Make these 7 steps part of your new normal.

It comes as no surprise that remote working has seen a sharp rise in recent years, something that was taking place even before the pandemic. However, with so many employees working remotely, every business needs a plan for providing those workers with the IT 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 whenever 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 increased data security risks. To reduce these potential problems, companies should focus on securing data access rather than the hardware itself — particularly when employees use their own devices.

In order to properly provide the IT support your remote workforce needs, follow these best practices:   Read more

Working from home? An assessment is long overdue.

By Erik Briceno

Working from home? An assessment is long overdue.

If you’re like many organizations right now, you’ve probably embraced a work-from-home policy. But are you implementing it securely? Enabling workers to access the systems and data they need from home can create a wide range of cyber risks that attackers can be quick to exploit. Here are some of the most critical vulnerabilities that enterprises of all sizes need to watch out for.   Read more

Worried Remote Working Will Impact Your Business? We’ve Got You Covered.

By Erik Briceno

Worried Remote Working Will Impact Your Business? We’ve Got You Covered

In recent years, there has been a growing trend among companies (as seen in one of our previous articles) of utilizing a remote workforce, along with the need for technology and IT services that can cope with this trend.

In today’s society, working from home is an especially hot button issue right now, thanks to the current Coronavirus health issue. At V2 Systems, we want to make sure your business has everything it needs for everyone to remain productive – and healthy – while taking advantage of the many remote working solutions that are available to businesses and organizations.

Here are some of the essential tools a company needs to make available to its employees in order to successfully employ remote working.   Read more

Microsoft Cloud Options: Office 365 and Azure

By Erik Briceno

Microsoft Cloud Options: Office 365 and Azure

When it comes to cloud computing, there are many options that allow businesses to take advantage of the opportunity for increasing productivity while also controlling costs.

Some of the more popular options today come from Microsoft, where they offer several cloud-based services, including Azure and Office 365. While both are rooted in the cloud, each offers different services and solutions for businesses.

To understand the difference between them — how they work and what they offer —it’s helpful to understand the different types of cloud platforms.   Read more

By Erik Briceno

Help Your Employees Meet the Challenges of Working Remotely: Give Them the IT Tech Support They Need

The number of Americans who work remotely continues to grow, and so do the challenges for both employees and employers. But having the right IT tech support can minimize potential pitfalls and maintain your company culture.

When it comes to making the remote working experience beneficial and productive, take advantage of the myriad options technology offers to avoid some of the most common problems facing telecommuters.   Read more

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

3 Steps for Providing the Right IT Support to Your Remote Employees

By Erik Briceno

3 Steps for Providing the Right IT Support to Your Remote Employees

With nearly half of U.S. employees working remotely in some capacity, companies of all sizes should plan for the technology needs of those telecommuters and the IT support they will require.

There are numerous reasons that working remotely can be beneficial, not just for the worker who doesn’t have to commute, but for the business, too. Increased productivity, improved efficiency, lower overhead, lower turnover, reduced stress — studies have documented the many ways working from home can have a positive impact on both an employee’s lifestyle and a company’s bottom line.   Read more

Cloud Transition in 2021 – Part 2
Let Them Work From Home, But Don’t Leave Yourself Vulnerable
Sticking with remote work? Make these 7 steps part of your new normal.
Working from home? An assessment is long overdue.
Working from home? An assessment is long overdue.
Worried Remote Working Will Impact Your Business? We’ve Got You Covered.
Worried Remote Working Will Impact Your Business? We’ve Got You Covered
Microsoft Cloud Options: Office 365 and Azure
Microsoft Cloud Options: Office 365 and Azure
Help Your Employees Meet the Challenges of Working Remotely: Give Them the IT Tech Support They Need
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
3 Steps for Providing the Right IT Support to Your Remote Employees
3 Steps for Providing the Right IT Support to Your Remote Employees