Centralizing your network can help with productivity, security, and remote worker support, so include it in your growth plan.
It’s fairly easy to choose a server for your immediate needs, but unless you think your business will remain stagnant, you also need to plan for growth.
Running multiple, reliable Zoom streams on a home network can be challenging. But how do you optimize it? In this article, we'll help you understand the factors that impact bandwidth and some tips for making it all work.
As cyberattacks become increasingly brazen, small firms must be diligent about preventing data breaches.
Small businesses are not exempt from data privacy legislation, both domestically and around the world.
Small companies are finding success using cloud services to extend their on-premises infrastructure to the edge.
Your small business server is the core of your operation, so you need to follow some best practices to keep it running reliably.
Small businesses are considering hybrid cloud technology for productivity software, storage, backup, and more.
Conducting a security audit is a crucial first step to identifying vulnerabilities and reducing risk.
If you need to upgrade your computer, the factors you consider have expanded since the pandemic began. In this article, we'll help you choose an option that will provide you the most flexibility and will best meet your needs.
Three different houses. Three different Wi-Fi network challenges. Here's how mesh networks can help you get Wi-Fi where you need it, no matter how challenging your home's layout.
You know about the need to use VPNs while in coffee shops or airports. But now that you're working from home, do you need to use a VPN? Read on for the answer.
Work-from-home may be giving way to hybrid work models in the coming year, creating even more challenges for security and compliance.
There are a lot of VPN packages out there, but most of them aren’t really suitable for business use, because they’re intended to be consumer products. The differences are critical.
Whether you’re new to backup strategy or looking to augment your data protection, this is the article for you.
Despite the hype about the cloud, there are good reasons and important considerations for running your own server in your office.
When everyone’s working from home, security strategies must expand to include BYOD, Wi-Fi, end-user training, and more.
When the pandemic hit, nearly every workforce became remote with no warning and no preparation. Now there’s time to get those workers secure.
With so many cloud storage options, why would you consider a home server? It turns out there are some surprising pitfalls to relying solely on cloud storage, especially if you're working or running a business from home.
Technology can help growing businesses reach more customers and operate more efficiently, especially when a team of experts offer their advice each week.