More and more businesses, both small and large, are embracing cloud technologies. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of cloud computing, as well as how Carden IT Services can help you maximize its potential.
Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular among businesses. The rise in remote work has led many businesses to fully embrace the cloud as it allows their team members to collaborate in a shared environment online, no matter where they are in the world. However, some businesses are still reticent about moving their data to the cloud.
In this blog, we look at what the security risks of the cloud are and how you can mitigate them. Hopefully, by the end of reading this you will understand cloud security issues better and feel more confident about implementing the cloud in your business.
Data is at the heart of everything a modern business does. That’s why it’s vital that your business doesn’t lose any. Having effective cybersecurity in place can help prevent the chances of a cyber-attack and a disaster recovery plan can help you get back on your feet after an office fire, but for true peace of mind you need an up-to-date backup of your data. Well, to be precise you need more than one backup, but more on that later.
Let’s look at some best practices for developing your own data backup strategy, as well as some technologies we’ve provided our customers with.
Start-ups and smaller companies need to keep their costs down while simultaneously remaining competitive against larger rivals. If your business is looking for an enterprise telecoms solution which is affordable but will also give you an edge over your rivals, the answer is VoIP.
Whether you’re looking for your first business phone service or looking to replace your current in-house telecoms, we’ll explain why we recommend VoIP telecoms to our customers.
Ransomware is the number one risk for businesses in New York. Managed IT services can help you prevent it. In this article we’re going to cover the risks of ransomware to your business. We’ll also explain how we’ve helped our customers prevent it.
Ransomware is a type of malware which encrypts data on your device. After the data is encrypted, a ransom will be demanded (normally in cryptocurrency). If the ransom is not paid, the data is either perpetually blocked or leaked online. However, you have no guarantee that paying the ransom will actually result in the data being unencrypted.