Imagine walking into your office one morning to discover your computer network was breached by a hacker, exposing not only YOUR company’s data, but also all of your client records and private communications. Imagine the embarrassment of having to notify your clients and vendors that, because of you, their private and possibly personal information may now be in the hands of cybercriminals.
Cloud computing is all the rage these days, and while some companies are moving their whole IT infrastructure to the cloud, many others are choosing to streamline their businesses by moving individual business applications. If you are considering moving any of your company’s software applications “to the cloud,” make sure to consider these 5 tips BEFORE pulling the trigger:
1. Back It Up!
Migrating data to any new location is a mess, and anything can (and usually does) go wrong.
Its that time of year again, employees are hunkering down in the cubicles, making their picks for the NCAA tournament. You as the employer and internet provider are footing the bill for this office tradition. Now, it is good for employee moral and company excitement to hold an office pool, however that does not mean your organization needs to lose bandwidth to game streaming over the latter half of March and into April.