What may seem like a no-brainer for larger organizations and corporations, for the small or midsized business, setting up a disaster recovery plan can often be deprioritized in favor of what may seem like more pressing concerns. However, this can be a very dangerous mistake. According to an estimate from the Small Business Administration, 43 percent of small businesses never recover after an IT disaster. This is hardly surprising; if you lose the contents of your customer database, for example, you have effectively lost your entire business. The stark fact is that no SMB can withstand a major data loss, particularly the loss of vital client information.
The cloud is host to thousands of applications and services that add on to an existing business network. The cloud is quickly becoming more popular, because it allows businesses to have enterprise services at a much lower cost than hosting these services internally. With cloud networking, several acronyms have popped up such as IaaS, SaaS and PaaS. Before you jump into the cloud, here is an explanation of the three main services providers offer.
Technology is changing the way the world does business at a pace never before seen in history. Computers are becoming more powerful and more mobile with each passing day, and our smartphones have become more powerful than desktop computers were 15 years ago. In conjunction with the proliferation of the internet, virtually limitless amounts of information are available from anywhere in the world at any time of day or night.
Part of this transition has been driven by the increasing affordability of mobile computing devices like smartphones and tablets. For a long time, large companies, out of concern for confidential and privileged information, banned the use of personal smartphones for employees while at work. In addition to issues related to personal calls and text message on company time, more significant concerns arose when employees wanted to use their personal devices for corporate email and to access internal servers and databases.
Fortunately, there is a growing trend which allows companies to improve morale while increasing employee efficiency. “Bring-your-own-device”, or BYOD, is an increasingly popular policy in which employees are encouraged to use their personal mobile devices for work.
Cloud Capital Group is the Caribbean’s trusted advisor for AirWatch Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions. We can work with you or through your carrier, and we provide turnkey cloud and on-premise solutions for AirWatch including consulting, training, implementation, support and managed service options.
Cloud Capital Group (CCG) signs with DMI to provide exclusive managed mobility solutions to the Caribbean to setup, configure, secure, and manage your mobile devices, apps and data! (CCG also provides these services to the rest of our customers in LatAm, North America, and Africa through DMI on a non-exclusive basis). DMI builds enterprise-class mobile solutions that deliver real business impact for our commercial and government clients.
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