Migrating to Windows 10: Should you let go of your hardware

Migrating to Windows 10: Should you let go of your hardware
While you can purchase and install Windows 10 in your existing PCs–the ones currently on Windows 7 OS–it is not recommended. According to Microsoft, Windows 10 has the following minimum requirements

Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster processor or SoC.
RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) for 32-bit or 2 GB for 64-bit.

Windows 7 End of Life: What options do you have

Windows 7 End of Life: What options do you have
As Microsoft stops supporting Windows 7 from January 2020, what choices do you have as a Windows 7 user? While Windows 7 will work after January 2020– it won’t just “shut down”–as a business, you cannot afford to use the older version because it makes you vulnerable to security threats.

Benefits of Using VoIP Technology

Benefits of Using VoIP Technology
More and more businesses are implementing Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP technology because of its versatility, flexibility and cost-effectiveness. With new developments in this technology, the scope of its applications is widening.

SMBs: It is Hackers v. You – Don’t Let Them Score

SMBs: It is Hackers v. You - Don't Let Them Score
Selling stolen IDs and other personal data is a lucrative trade for hackers. They are always looking for sources where vital information is stored. As a small to midsize business you store your client's personal information, collected from different sources, on your computers and servers.

Windows 7 End of Life: How does it impact you

Windows 7 End of Life: How does it impact you
Microsoft has officially announced the “End of Life” date for Windows 7. It will come January 14, 2020. Windows 7 was introduced in 2009 and is one of the most popular versions of Windows. It is estimated that around 40% of Windows OS is 7. So, if you are one of the Windows 7 users, read this blog to understand how this end of life announcement impacts you and what you should be doing.

Disaster Recovery Plans: Do You Have One?

Disaster Recovery Plans: Do You Have One?
Disaster recovery and business continuity plans are issues that almost all small businesses fail to think about. More frequently, they decide they haven't the resources to address such "unthinkables."

If your business was down for 1-2 days or more, what costs would you incur?

Lost revenues and lost productivity.