As your customers’ businesses continue to grow and accrue new data, they must also address the need for long-term storage that’s secure and efficient. Many organizations will look to backup certain files, but it’s important to note that backups are ideally used to address short-term (less than 90 day) needs.
Technology is constantly evolving. Cell phones that once looked like radios—too large for real portability—now fit in your pocket. Today, technology is all about speed and an endless array of functionality. For years, early adopters defined the market while the government traditionally lagged behind in adopting new technologies. Well, things are changing. New legislation is driving an atmosphere of ‘tech forward’ throughout the public sector.
Today, we’re all busy getting used to the new normal: the explosion of third platform technologies (Cloud, Analytics, Security, Mobility and IoT), new customer challenges and the growing need for solutions that solve business problems. For some, scouring the internet for hours a day, searching for the latest and greatest information on high growth technology areas such as cloud and IoT, seems like a great time! For the rest of us, we’re looking to a trusted advisor to provide the information from experts to educate us first hand on the technology and how it solves for our customers’ business issues.
This article, 5 Resolutions You Can’t Afford to Overlook in 2015, was originally posted on the SherWeb Community Blog by RÉMI NADEAU.
A new year is like a blank page. A fresh start with endless possibilities. We resolve to change for the better. A new year is also a chance to look back on the milestones that occurred in the last months. What was achieved? What went wrong? How did things get this way?
New Year’s resolutions can benefit businesses, too. After all, employees are coming back to work rested and ready for new challenges. It’s the perfect time to make improvements. Stuck for ideas? Here are 5 must-keep IT business resolutions for 2015.