Data loss, whether caused by equipment failure, human error, natural disasters, disgruntled employees, or cyberattacks, is a major threat to your business. If you’re not prepared, losing sensitive data can bring your business to a grinding halt. Fortunately, the following backup solutions can help prevent such a scenario.
Nowadays, companies require all sorts of software to streamline and improve their operations. Utilizing a plethora of programs used to be prohibitive, but thanks to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), doing so is now budget-friendly. Learn more about SaaS and how your organization can benefit from it.
5G is the next generation of wireless technology, and it is set to revolutionize the way we use the internet mainly because of its vastly improved speed. This improved speed, as well as 5G’s reduced latency, make 5G the ideal technology for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications.
Modern businesses use data in almost every aspect of their operations. Without immediate and constant access to it, organizations will come to a grinding halt. That's why it's critical to have data backups — in the event of a disaster, companies risk losing valuable data if they don’t have backup strategies in place.
VoIP improved dramatically when telecoms shifted from 3G to 4G — and businesses are in for a treat once 5G is rolled out.
VoIP calls rely heavily on sufficient download and upload speeds. For example, when mobile VoIP users on 4G networks are limited to 12 Mbps upload and 2 Mbps download speeds, they experience unstable and poor call connectivity and clarity.
Can you afford the software licenses your small business needs? Worried that you don’t have the budget for yearly maintenance costs? For many small businesses, the costs of acquiring and maintaining software is a huge drain on their resources. Fortunately, there’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Find out how your business can save money with SaaS.
What is SaaS and what makes it appealing?
SaaS is a software delivery model that allows you, the user, to access software from any device through the internet.
Security researchers have discovered a new Android malware called DEFENSOR ID that snuck its way into the Google Play Store. Forensic analysis shows that the malware takes advantage of an Android device’s Accessibility Services to infiltrate the system and cause damage without being detected.
If you’ve managed to convince yourself that only large enterprises have the money to take advantage of Business Intelligence (BI), then think again. In the past, companies needed to hire expensive experts to really delve into BI. But these days, there is a range of affordable self-service tools that will allow small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to make use of BI. What's more, your SMB creates and holds much more data than you realize, which means you can start using BI for your business.
Any business owner worth their salt knows the value of data to business. This is why it’s bizarre that many business owners don’t have a proper data backup strategy in place. Organizations of all sizes need to take a proactive approach to backing up their data, and there are several solutions they can implement to do that.
Most of us have heard of the great things that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) can do for businesses. These include lower telephone bills, diverse functions, and increased mobility. But did you know that VoIP can also give you better access to customer data? Here are five ways it can work for you.