Today’s modern workplace has changed – from meetings held in traditional rooms, from manual paperwork to technology powered meetups, and sophisticated applications and systems. The influx of massive technological advancements over the last decade or so has dramatically reshaped the …
Calculating the cost of downtime is not complex, as you can attribute direct costs to each hour of downtime by calculating the loss in revenue, the loss in productivity and the cost to recover. However, it is not straightforward either, as there are intangible costs like the impact on brand reputation which you need to consider.
A robust disaster recovery plan is a business essential for operating in today’s always-on online world.
Backups are the cornerstones of disaster recovery and ensure the sustained viability of your business. Statistics show that many organisations with an inadequate backup and disaster recovery plan go out of business within a year after disaster strikes.
We all know that ensuring your services remain online is good for business. Customers cannot transact with you if your systems are offline and, in a world, where always-on availability is expected, organisations who suffer downtime damage the reputation of their brand.
In today’s virtualised world organisations need a backup and recovery solution which can protect data stored on physical hardware, virtual machines or cloud computing platforms.
Cloud computing, notably hybrid cloud, has changed business operations in many industries. Get to know more about hybrid cloud in this blog post.
Businesses are gradually moving more of IT workloads into a hybrid cloud environment. Consider these few points before implementing a hybrid cloud solution.
This is an exciting evolution for businesses. Cloud PBX is a turnkey solution that enables customers of all sizes to take advantage of the value of unified communications. Check out this blog for more details.
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