An effective and proper patch management process is critical to any organization’s well-being as it helps maintain and update the security of the organization’s technology assets. It enhances the productivity of the workplace and ensures everything is working seamlessly. It also brings forth system updates and new additions to different features and meets compliance standards required by industry and clients. Continue reading “Why is Patch Management Important to Your Business?”
Managed security is a structured and layered approach for managing the security needs of an organization. As businesses become more and more technologically intensive and the internet becomes embedded in the organization’s systems and processes, the level and extent of security threats have increased manifold. These threats may include data stealing, identity hacking, data tampering, data manipulation, among many others. It is therefore imperative, in the fairness of the things, that organizations put stringent safeguards in place to ensure the security and sanctity of their data.
If your employees access your corporate networks via smartphones and other mobile devices, then you definitely need mobile device management. Whether we like it or not, mobile devices have become an integral part of the business world. Businesses and employees on the go greatly depend on tablets and smartphones to manage their day-to-day business tasks. But what are the risks of accessing company networks via unsecure mobile devices?
If your business has been plagued by wasted time, a drop in staff productivity levels due to unexpected interruptions and IT outages, sudden data loss, or sudden hardware failure, then an a’ la carte IT support service could be right for you.
Every modern business needs Vulnerability Management Services (VMS). This process identifies, evaluates, reports on, and remediates the weaknesses in your business systems, software, and data to enable you to protect your data and your business.
If your business is technology-related, your customers need round-the-clock end-user support to help them be seamlessly productive, and better use IT products and services. End-user support is the assistance you provide to your customers whenever they have any issues with your product or service. End-user support is one aspect of managed support, which encompasses IT-related queries for desktops/laptops, servers, common applications, networks, internet, security, among others.
A disaster recovery plan (DRP) is an important document that details the steps of how an organization would get back on its feet after a man-made or natural catastrophe. It is an integral element of a business continuity plan.
A business continuity plan (BCP) is a comprehensive document that provides valuable information on how a company would operate in the event of natural or man-made disasters such as fires, typhoons, floods, pandemics, cyberattacks and other disruptive events.
With the internet at your fingertips, you may also be opening some of your business information to prying eyes. To guard against security issues, it is best to implement a managed Virtual Private Network (VPN).
Setting up your own business’s data infrastructure is no simple task. It requires a deep and thorough knowledge of hardware, storage servers, and data centers, as well as hefty investments. If your business is a startup or small business with limited technology expertise, time and financial capability, managed infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) could be the best option to serve your information-driven needs. Continue reading “Managed Infrastructure as a Service: Your Instant Data Centre”