In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are taking a hard look at their business continuity plans. These are plans that assist organizations in preparing for disastrous conditions and disruptive events; particularly like those conditions that occurred due to COVID-19. It’s imperative that businesses rethink their processes in the event of circumstances like this, so the business has the best possible chances for a positive outcome during and after the disruptive event. Following are some tips for making it through disasters like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Topics: Business Communications
Are you working from home? If so, now is the time to focus on network security. People working from home face unique network security challenges that can lead to data breaches, if they're not careful. If you're working from home, whether you've recently started working from home or you're an experienced work from home pro, these tips can help you keep your data safe.
Topics: Internet Safety
With the motto “Technology With a Human Touch,” the professionals of Evolve IP The Cloud Strategy Company is committed to incorporating and creating a strategy around multiple cloud services. This, in combination with IT, makes the process more efficient than ever. Evolve IP effectively integrates the most innovative designs and technology with the applications you are already implementing within your business’s current infrastructure for a seamless solution to your cloud requirements. They integrate several services including communications, cloud computing and other customized strategies, which are designed to make your business operate more efficiently. The following are some key elements that make Evolve IP and Cloud as a Strategy so innovative and impactful to your business:
There’s a common enemy amongst network engineers and software developers, and that enemy is latency. I’m sure we’ve all heard about it before, and all too often requests for circuit quotes are accompanied with the statement, “the circuit must have X latency or less, otherwise the application won’t work.” It seems to make sense, but is latency really the determining factor for application performance? We’ll be discussing this concept over a series of articles. Bear with me, this might get technical …
The new year is almost upon us, and the IT environment for security and preventing IT threats shows no signs of settling down. In fact, the rate of threat spread and vulnerability frequency has instead been increasing at an exponential rate globally. What started with simple viruses propagating themselves and trojans piggy-backing on files has evolved into complicated and extremely well-crafted phishing, buffer overloading, SQL-busting, and taking advantage of remote-access tool resources.
Technology and all the accompanying innovations have undeniably revolutionized the workplace all over the world. Businesses can get their start and grow faster than ever.
Staying on top of the latest trends in office technology can give you a much-needed edge over your competition — and enhance your own productivity and efficiency as well. From an intense focus on interconnectivity and automation to fresh ways to connect with customers, here's what you can expect to see in 2020 and beyond.
The Internet of Things is not a new concept, but it has definitely evolved over the past decade. Just a few short years ago, the Internet of Things was largely theoretical, referring to a time in the future when all of the different appliances in your home or office would be able to communicate with one another. However, in today's world, the Internet of Things is a real, tangible concept that can change the way you do business and live your life in general.
Ransomware is one of the most destructive forms of malware that can affect your computer systems. Unlike other malware, which may seek to steal specific types of information or just shut down your system, ransomware is designed to bring in a large sum of money for the owner. When ransomware infects your system, it takes some or all of it "hostage." You will typically receive a message demanding a sum of money in exchange for control of the captive data and/or operations. Different types of ransomware exist, and it is important to understand each type so you can protect yourself more effectively. Below are some of the most common sources of ransomware attacks.
When it comes to running a business, who you are connected with matters when forming partnerships, gaining clients and stimulating profit growth. The same holds true when talking about Internet connectivity. If your workforce is efficiently connected to the people and information it needs for processes, your operations run more effectively.