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The Cost of Outages and IT Failures For Your Organization

Posted on May 22 , 2019

03/14/19.

Pie day wasn’t the headline for March 14th of this year. Instead, Facebook (also the parent company of Whatsapp and Instagram) experienced almost an entire 24 hour outage and millions of their users were unable to utilize their service. This cost them an estimated $90 million in lost revenue during the outage.

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Why Your Network Needs a Firewall AND a Security Subscription

Posted on May 21 , 2019

Security isn't an afterthought. It should be at the core of everything organizations do. Without it, they can't grow, move forward, or innovate. Too  often, without strong security, we find organizations defaulting to inaction, and not moving forward. They say no to innovation. 

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Transitioning from Microsoft  Exchange Server 2010

Posted on March 28 , 2019

Microsoft Exchange 2010 is one of the most popular and utilized email and calendar servers amongst businesses. Since its release in 2010, it has had rapid international adoption and it has become an essential enterprise tool for sending emails and utilizing calendar servers to set up meetings and plan out business days. Although many companies have become accustomed to Exchange 2010 by now, it is coming to a screeching halt in less than a year. If your organization is not proactive about transitioning away from Exchange 2010 before 2020, the consequences can be extremely costly.

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Why It Is Vital for Your Organization to Upgrade from Windows 7/Server 2008

Posted on March 28 , 2019

Why It Is Vital for Your Organization to Upgrade from Windows 7/Server 2008

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Do Managed Cloud Solutions Work for Nonprofits/Not-for-Profits?

Posted on February 15 , 2019

Cloud solutions have become the norm for both for-profit and nonprofit organizations alike. TechSoup found 90% of nonprofits surveyed have adopted some sort of cloud technology.

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