How To Survive The Windows 7 End Of Life Phase

If you’ve been keeping up, Microsoft announced its plan to end regular service updates to the Windows 7 operating system on January 14, 2020. If you need to catch up, read more about it in our previous blog post. Those who are still running Windows 7 will need to take action in the next year to prepare for the transition over to Windows 10.   What To Expect According to TechRadar, Windows 7 has been in the “extended support phase” since January 15, 2015, which means that no new features were added and warranty claims were deemed invalid from then on. However, there have been changes made to fix security…

Why Organizations are Switching to the Hybrid Cloud

Many businesses today are making the switch from the public cloud into the era of the hybrid cloud, which combines the public cloud, private cloud and traditional IT. This gives businesses the ability to use the cloud while holding onto their legacy systems. These organizations are implementing a hybrid cloud strategy because it is helping them improve the way they run their business and deliver new services to customers, according to Tech Native. Here are some of the top reasons organizations are migrating to the hybrid cloud: Security A Hybrid IT approach helps address the needs of customers who required not only fast and flexible development options that cloud-based solutions…

Why Businesses Should Embrace Cloud Complexities, Not Fear Them

As the grey overcast of winter gives way to the fine sunshine of spring, the one cloud that remains constant throughout any season has little to do with the weather. A recent survey revealed fears of complexity and a lack of in-house tech skills as deterrents to many businesses considering a migration of their operations to the cloud. Read on as we break down the cloud stigma and detail the rewards of a cloud migration.     When we speak of “cloud” computing, we’re really talking about computing based on the internet. Where in years past, users would run programs or applications from software downloaded on a physical computer or…

Why Planning for a Disaster Can Save Your Business

Disaster recovery and business continuity planning are unpleasant but necessary precautions to protect your company in the event of a disaster. And in today’s world, disasters come in all shapes and sizes. Whether your company is big or small, you should make a disaster recovery plan today. https://pixabay.com/en/error-www-keyboard-tap-type-in-102074/ Types of Threats In a digital context, the term “disaster” refers to virtually any threat to the integrity or privacy of a company’s data. The term encompasses a multitude of digital threats (hackers, spyware, viruses, etc.), as well as human error, system breakdown, environmental factors such as a building fire or water leakage, and much more. These threats can last an hour…