Things to consider before switching to the Cloud

Things to consider before switching to the Cloud
More and more businesses are switching to the Cloud to store their data and rightly so. The Cloud offers numerous benefits over the traditional, physical on site server. For example,

Anytime, anywhere access to your data: Information in the Cloud can be accessed from anywhere using an internet connection, unlike in the case of traditional servers, where you need a physical connection to the servers
Significant cost savings: You cut hardware costs, because the Cloud follows a ‘pay-as-you-use’ approach to data storage
SaaS compatibility and support: The Cloud allows the use of Software-as-a-Service since the software can be hosted in the Cloud
Scalability: The Cloud lets you scale up and down as your business needs change
24/7 monitoring, support, and greater access reliability: When your data is in the Cloud, the Cloud service provider is responsible for keeping it safe and ensuring it is securely accessible at all times.

InnoTek’s Clients Stay Safe while Businesses Around the Globe Scramble to Recover from Petya and WannaCry attacks

InnoTek's Clients Stay Safe while Businesses

Around the Globe Scramble to Recover from

Petya and WannaCry attacks.

The most recent Petya ransomware attack spread quickly around the world from businesses in Europe to Merck and a Pennsylvania Health System here in the US. Meanwhile, customers of InnoTek Computer Consulting experienced no ill effects of the cyberattack.

4 Keys to Maximizing Your Return on IT Spending

The past few years have seen the movement of cutting IT spending to the bare minimum in businesses. But before you decide to reduce your spending, how can you maximize your return on the investment and be sure you’re getting everything your money has to offer? Here are four key ways to determine what needs to be cut - and what could benefit from further investment.

4 Tips to Secure, Support and Growing Your Small Business – Even in the Face of Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are time-consuming and annoying at best, and destructive to the integrity of your information at worst. It is safe to say that no business wants to face one, especially if it could impact or violate data privacy and security.

Supporting and growing your company if your system isn’t secure is next to impossible, because you’re using valuable resources to fend off cyber attacks.