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For the majority of the country spring means a reprieve from frigid temperatures and a welcome to warmer days. Spring is also the forerunner to one of the most notorious times of the year for inclement weather. Don’t let the spring storm season leave your business data and networking systems in the dark. It is time to buckle down and prepare for the real possibility that a weather disaster can strike at any time severing power, flooding facilities and crippling your ability to function at the most basic levels. This is especially important if you find you’re located in a 100 or 500-year
It costs a lot to prepare that “IT Geek” to competently support your company in a fast-paced, highly competitive market.
There is a new technology trend expanding rapidly across the business landscape. We are talking about BYOD. A distant relative to BYOB, BYOD puts a business technology spin on our favorite budget friendly party planning acronym. BYOD stands for “Bring Your Own Device,” a new wave of integrating personal device technology into the workplace.
Almost across the board industries of all types have become enamored with “the cloud” and over whelmed with a litany of “enterprise” solutions designed to move us forward in this business environment. Buzzwords and trendy themes like this all point towards a growing need to consolidate data and information – step away from segmentation, and closer to unification. For many businesses, quality IT management, whether in-house or outsourced, is an essential part to keeping that business viable.
Early this past week we learned that computing monolith Dell was tossing around the idea of privatization with technology based private equity firm Silver Lake. On Wednesday, February 5th, owner Michael Dell signed off on one of the biggest buyouts the tech industry has seen since the financial crisis.