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Overall, 2021 budgets don't look too bad If the soothsayers are right (and given 2020, that’s a big 'If'), the most IT shops will have about the same amount of money to work with in 2021.
Allen Bernard | Jan 11
If you care about computer security, you take steps to secure systems under your direct control. Typically, this means you adjust settings to require multi-factor authentication, encrypt data...
Andy Wolber | Dec 16
Not surprisingly, the pandemic is a forcing function that companies are leveraging to streamline operations, conserve cash, and insulate the bottom line by deploying more automation.
Allen Bernard | Nov 30
Take a few minutes to browse through the compliance sites for six of the largest cloud infrastructure providers:
Andy Wolber | Nov 17
Cloud storage makes a great deal of sense for at least a portion of an organization’s storage needs. Storage-as-a-service means that an IT administrator no longer needs to buy file servers, select...
Andy Wolber | Oct 27
Modern solutions let you sign-up and subscribe to cloud-based software solutions, rather than pay for the one-time purchase of a monolithic system. When you need another account, more speed,...
Andy Wolber | Oct 14
Much has changed for IT since COVID-19 grabbed the world’s attention in mid-March. Millions of employees now work from home (and likely will be for the foreseeable future and beyond). Companies...
Allen Bernard | Oct 5
Even in the modern cloud era, DaaS can help your organization solve specific technical and business challenges
Andy Wolber | Sep 20
Over the past few years, a quiet revolution in business process automation has been steadily gaining ground with business users and IT: low-code and no-code development platforms. These platforms...
Allen Bernard | Sep 19
Understanding Google Docs and Drive Links helps you to make more efficient use of your tools.
Dominik Kugelmann | Sep 19