How Much Does Downtime Really Cost Your Business?

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Many SMB owners think IT downtime only costs them a few productive hours, but there’s a lot more at stake when your systems go down. Customer satisfaction and loss of brand integrity are just two of the key losses apart from the more evident costs such as lost productivity and a temporary dip in sales. Here’s a few other ways …

Exchange Server 2007, End of Life

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It’s official, today, April 11th, 2017 is the last day of Extended Support for Microsoft Exchange 2007. Organizations that continue to run Exchange 2007 can face serious issues moving forward. It’s All About Security It’s been years since Microsoft had published updates for new features and enhancements for Exchange 2007–that ended when Mainstream support ended. Security updates, however, have continued …

Death By 1000 Connected Devices

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The Internet of Things (IoT). The latest techno babel buzzword. What does it mean? Simply put, things, or devices, above a beyond computers, phones, and tablets, which connect to the Internet. The list of devices that fall under that title of IoT would amaze you. It includes things like TV’s, thermostats, light switches, refrigerators, and even ovens. Manufacturers want to …

Data Loss Can Cause You to Shut Down

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Small and medium sized businesses today are relying more than ever on IT systems to efficiently run their business, support customers and optimize productivity. These systems house sensitive digital data ranging from employee and customer information, to internal emails, documents and financial records, sales orders and transaction histories. This is in addition to applications and programs critical to daily business …