Your physical security is certainly more important than your virtual security when it comes down to it. No one would argue that a broken leg is more immediate than a hacked Facebook profile. But many people forget just how linked the two concepts are in this day and age. A wired alarm system is only effective if it’s working properly. If it’s hacked, you’re left as vulnerable as you would be if you’d never installed the control panel to begin with.
In IT, you want to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. This means IT professionals always do their research on new systems and frameworks before spending any of your organization’s hard earned money. (At least we hope so.)
As virtualization has become more commonplace in businesses, healthcare and even education organizations, your IT Team is probably familiar with the new and popular framework being implemented in data centers around the world called hyperconvergence.
When it comes to modern business, maximizing the value from your assets is just as important as the expansion of those assets. The lifespan of even the best technology is getting shorter. IT asset disposition, otherwise referred to as asset recovery, replaces asset disposal as the more cost-effective way to optimize utility.
Maybe your organization has been caught up in a dilemma between Microsoft’s Office 365 and Google’s G Suite. Both of them are capable of hosting a cloud-based collaboration solution for businesses any size.
Even more confusing is the fact that the two products’ features ‘may appear similar.’ In light of this, thorough research is required so you can focus on the one that suits and addresses the priorities of your organization.
G Suite is a robust tool with numerous apps that make it easy to create, share and collaborate. Knowing your way around the apps can make work faster and easier for you, your colleagues or your students.
Technology has become one integral component of teaching and learning and is now a class requirement for preparing students for life after graduation. But it’s not all moonlight and roses when it comes to acquiring devices.
As more devices and software enter the US classrooms, there’s a grave problem of distinct disparities in technology pricing. Ridiculous as it may sound, the same device or program will cost more from one state or district to another. Besides, some school districts have secured massive discounts on their purchases, while others have had discounts too insignificant to mention or nothing.
Voice over IP (VoIP) phone technology has been around for over two decades, and businesses are fast incorporating these phone systems into their operations. Also, VoIP developers and service providers are continually improving the technology to offer their clients scalability for business growth, superior mobility, seamless setup and unlimited cloud storage. Therefore, businesses can expect more reliable telecommunication trends in 2018 and beyond. Here is a breakdown of what is trending and what to expect in 2018.
It may be 2018, but a majority of women have yet to break the glass ceiling and reduce gender gaps in the IT field. While more women have taken over leadership positions across the world, recent studies have shown that women are poorly represented in the field of Information and technology. Interestingly, the gaps are wider in sectors dominated by women managers.
Gartner recently released the top three choices for Enterprise Mobile Device Management (EMM) Software among its customers for 2018.