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This week’s topic is power management, which means surge protectors and battery backups. We’ll discuss the differences between a multi-outlet strip and a surge protector and whether or not you still need a battery backup to protect your sensitive and expensive technology.
A hot swap is the replacement of a hard drive, CD-ROM drive, power supply, or other device with a similar device while the computer system using it remains in operation. The replacement can be because of a device failure or, for storage devices, to substitute other data.In this week’s video you’ll learn the benefits and limitations of Hot Swappable […]
Do you know how your website is being protected? Most business owners assume their hosting service is protecting their website. Unfortunately, in most cases, that isn’t true. Watch our video to find out what could be attacking your website and how to be proactive about your website security.
If your business is not already using business intelligence systems, you are at a distinct disadvantage against the competition, and are failing to maximize a truly valuable opportunity to understand your position in the market. Business intelligence takes raw business data and converts it into insights that you can not only understand, but which offer […]
Business intelligence, or BI, is a common term in the business world today. It combines and analyzes data to help business owners make important decisions and strategies. Business intelligence was only used by large enterprises until very recently but technology has evolved rapidly, and BI’s costs have dropped dramatically, making it affordable for small businesses. […]
You’ve been putting that business continuity plan off for months now, but you’ve finally decided to go through with it. You start by talking to members of your staff, partners and service providers. And it doesn’t take long to see that everyone has a different opinion about what to recover first when disaster strikes. The […]