Disaster Recovery vs Business Continuity

Disaster Recovery vs Business Continuity

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity are often misunderstood concepts. This post is a high level explanation of what they are, how they relate to each other, who needs them and what it takes to make them effective. Business Continuity: Like the name implies,...
Remote Worker Trends

Remote Worker Trends

While many of us Americans spend extended time at home while schools and offices are shut down to slow the spread of the Coronavirus, we are using our online internet connections like never before.  Just yesterday, I was on a web call with a Salesforce tech and he was...
8 Steps To Getting Your Home Office Up And Running

8 Steps To Getting Your Home Office Up And Running

If you are in need of getting your home office up and running quickly, here are 8 steps to that will get you there. Bandwidth: Most US homes today have access to high speed internet . Whether it be Fiber, cable or DSL. If worse comes to worse. If you haven’t gotten it...
Are You Prepared?

Are You Prepared?

I live out in the Seattle area for half the year. As I am packing my bags to head back out for the summer, I am watching the news reports about the Coronavirus outbreak there. I have also spoken to friends to get the real story on how it is impacting their day to day...

Why Implement Omni-Channel

It seems that the least used App on our phones these days is the actual Phone App. I think people much prefer almost any other form of communication then to actually talk on the phone. Even e-mail is going to the wayside. Many of my friends rarely check their emails...

Looking Into SD-WAN

SD-WAN is a relatively new technology that stands for Software-Defined Networking in a Wide Area Network. Basically, it breaks the link between network hardware and network management software. A key application of SD-WAN is to allow companies to build...

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