Many businesses have taken the cloud into consideration as their next technology implementation… but there’s more to adopting a cloud solution than going to the cloud store and asking for one. First, you need to determine what kind of cloud solution is best suited to your needs.
No matter how big a business is, it has to leverage at least some IT in order to be efficient. Unfortunately, some organizations are reluctant to implement new technology if they don’t seem to need it immediately. What these businesses don’t know is that the reason they typically don’t implement new solutions--saving money--is in direct conflict with what the solutions are designed to do in the first place. Our tip of the week tackles ways Phoenix business technology is used to help businesses grow.
Evernote is a neat note-taking app that many users have found works for them, as it can be used to keep notes organized in a better way than a traditional notebook. With new features that can offer you plenty of functionality, Evernote might just be the note-taking solution you’ve been looking for all these years. This week’s tip is dedicated to one of the best new features of Evernote: templates.
Do you know how fast you could get your data back if it were lost?
Create Robust Recovery Strategies for Cloud Platforms with These Three Metrics.
As the cloud is being utilized by more Arizona organizations to meet their computing needs, more critical data is being hosted outside of local computer networks than ever before. In fact, all reputable Phoenix small business services for IT recommend cloud storage for backup and recovery strategies.
Phoenix Technology Solutions for Small Businesses
Cloud computing is a major player in the way that Phoenix small businesses are approaching their daily operations. This might bring into question whether or not your small business technology solutions are actually helping or hurting your organization. This includes asking whether your Phoenix small business is actually using the cloud in the first place, but one thing is certain--if you haven’t implemented the cloud yet, it’s difficult to not do so, especially considering how great it can be for your company.