Almost all IT execs have heard the term “managed services.” It refers to the proactive management of an IT asset by a third-party. Managed services providers supply proactive delivery of their service; this is what sets them apart from reactive IT services.
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A growing number of companies, as they become familiar with the concept, are considering Managed Service Providers as a viable option for their IT needs. According to CompTIA’s Fourth Annual Trends in Managed Services Study, more than half of respondents say they are
Launching a successful disaster recovery plan is easier said than done. Technology has come a long way and disaster recovery plans are far more complex than they used to be. In fact, there are so many moving parts and “best practices” that many disaster recovery plans end up failing. That’s not something you want to…
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Most business owners today recognize the need for business continuity and disaster recovery, but there are several myths that prevent some businesses from using best practices to safeguard their networks.