Discover how to create and implement a robust business continuity & disaster recovery (BCDR) plan for your business. Find out how to gain management buy-in, how creating a disaster could prevent one and understand the case for cloud-based BCDR.
Business telephone migration to VoIP from a traditional landline/PBX can be painfully complicated if you don’t know what you’re doing. You know it will improve your business mobility, business continuity and bottom line, however there are six key things you need to watch out for before you plan your VoIP migration.
Today’s professionals are mobile. Constantly on the go. And they’re bringing their own devices (BYOD) into the work environment. So you have the challenge of making sure business data and systems remain secure and compliant – yet accessible anytime and anywhere, on any device. This article investigates how endpoint protection can lift the three curses that come with business mobility: 1) data corruption, 2) data breach and 3) data loss.
Microsoft Office 365 is essentially all your familiar Office applications, but hosted in the cloud. It supports business mobility and the Bringing Your Own Device (BYOD) for work model, as you can access your office from anywhere, on any device and at any time. Security is addressed with encryption and intrusion monitoring. But how can you make sure you’re choosing the right Office 365 provider for your business? For example, what happens if you hit downtime and need to get your email back up immediately?
Find out how to plan for successful email migration from on-premises Microsoft Exchange to Office 365, Microsoft’s powerful cloud version of Exchange - which also includes SharePoint collaboration, Skype for Business and Office.
Brett talks about the transformation of the IT department in this two-minute video.
With business mobility and BYOD creating more gaps in our mobile data protection, check out this animated video to find out how HP Connected Backup can help.
When an electrical fire left government-owned London & Continental Railways (LCR) without access to their HQ for three weeks, there was great potential for disruption to their business continuity. However, because LCR use cloud services – hosted desktop, Office 365 and business VoIP telephony – they were back to business as usual by lunchtime the following day.