It’s imperative that organizations have a plan in place to protect their data in the event of a disaster or cyberattack. In addition, they will need to recognize when it’s time to give their data protection plan a facelift. Here’s what you need to know.
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Whether you want to design a “Bring Your Own Device” policy for your business, or you access and share data online through the cloud, protecting your data security is more important than ever – here are 5 useful tips for protecting your data wherever you share it
Disaster recovery is something no business should avoid. With the right approach, it’s possible to create a detailed plan that helps you save money.
The size of your company will impact how much you spend on IT, as well as other factors like your industry and your reliance on technology. Here’s what to look for.
It’s often the case that businesses don’t realize how important data is until it’s gone. Because of this, it’s hard to understate just how necessary data backup is. If it hasn’t been one of your primary concerns recently, now’s the time to learn about how it builds a better business.
Wondering how to pick the ERP system that best fits your needs? We’ll help you by pointing out things you should consider ahead of time.
Let’s spend a few minutes exploring business continuity—how it’s different from disaster recovery, what could happen if your company doesn’t have a business continuity plan, and 6 essential things your business continuity plan should include.
Modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is designed to use a single system of integrated applications to manage the many functions and processes of the business. But how can your unique business benefit from something like this? Modern ERP solutions are used by businesses that are looking for a more integrated, centralized management system. Organizations […]
Choosing a system that is cheap, but poorly suited for your business can have negative long-term consequences. On the flip-side, if you choose to invest a little more in something that is better suited to your goals and needs, a well-suited ERP system can positively impact efficiency and profits.
Effective Enterprise Resource Planning is key to maintaining a successful business, with the advantages outweighing the costs when companies choose cloud computing over IT on premise.