Using technology to meet business objectives is not just a nice-to-have anymore. It’s critical to staying in business and being competitive. But, keeping up with the dizzying array of new technologies is enough to overwhelm even the brightest engineers. Here, we discuss 5 myths to give you a practical framework from which to make IT decisions.
Many companies operate for a long time without dedicated IT support. The idea of outsourcing the management of the entire IT system seems, well, unnecessary. But, is it possible they’re dismissing managed services too soon?
We live in a world that’s full of digital security threats of all kinds. Because of the importance and privacy surrounding medical information, the stakes are even higher for medical practices.
The unexpected can occur at any time. Are you prepared to respond? Where are your data and programs stored? Do you know if and how quickly they could be recovered?
Keeping patient data secure and compliant is just one of the many reasons why medical practices benefit by turning to a Managed IT Provider. IT experts can also ensure your systems are reliable, offload system maintenance, support your staff and may even recommend tools that could reduce the load on your staff.
When it comes to backups and disaster recovery, most people don’t think about it until they need it. But, there are good reasons to not just set-it-and-forget-it. Is it time for you to review your backup and disaster recovery solutions?
Many disasters can quickly knock out your entire organization’s network or database. If a disaster recovery plan and preventative measures aren’t in place, the damages can be devastating. Is your organization prepared for an unexpected disaster?
If you’ve already been phished, you don’t need to know the preventative measures to take – you want to know what the risks are and how to prevent further damage. If you’ve been the target of a phishing scam, follow these 8 steps to mitigate your risk.
About Southeastern Technical
You pour so much into running your business. You just want to see it thrive. So, you spend the extra hours learning about technology and new ideas and changes to the market and everything else that helps you stay ahead of the competition. It’s a lot, and it’s ok if you feel the need for some help.
Most of the time, an employee who leaves for a new position in another company is nothing to worry about. But, sabotage can and does happen, so how can an offboarding procedure help your business reduce risk?