Ransomware is a serious threat in today’s business landscape. If you don’t have the proper security measures in place, your business is at extreme risk. There’s even risk with security measures in place, but you can greatly diminish that by selecting the right ransomware protection. Datto is one of the leading providers of ransomware protection and disaster recovery services, but many business owners don’t really know what that means. Let’s discuss what you need to know about Datto ransomware protection to ensure your business is protected.
The telecommunications landscape is constantly changing. As a few mega-players continue to buy up the smaller institutions in the market, identifying the right provider for your business can be a challenge. You don’t want to double down on a unified communications provider that is going to be gone within a year. That being said, you also don’t want to go all in on a mega-player, thinking it’s the safe decision, without doing your research. Avaya has long-since been a giant in the UC space. While there has been some buzz about a potential buyout, the company has pushed off the rumors and is still going strong, even being named a Leader in Aragon Research Globe for Unified Communications this year. Let’s talk about what makes an ideal provider and determine if Avaya makes sense for your Denver office.
The clock is very quickly counting down on the support lifecycle of some integral Windows products, including Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008 R2. Come January 2020, Microsoft will end support for these products. This means no more security patches, no more non-security updates, no more free technical support, and no more updates of the online technical content.
Picture this: you’re sitting at your desk, you’re on a roll, cranking out your to-do list. All of a sudden, your phone system chokes up. The dull, lifeless sound of the dial tone is mocking you. You pull out your cell and dial the 1-800 Toshiba phone system support number on the receiver only to discover Toshiba is no longer in business. Now what?