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Managed IT: Delegate Your Way To Competitiveness

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If you want something done right, do it yourself... or so they say. This is particularly true for those of us who started out as a one-man shop and grew our business into one with employees, room for parking and more than one bathroom. Self-directed, motivated and hands-on are the traits which define many of us.

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Strategy and Tactics: The Difference between BCP and BDR

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In the desire to drive home the importance of having a Business Continuity and Recovery Plan in place and using the terms together, people have begun to consider them the same thing, treating them as if they are interchangeable. That is simply not the case; Business Continuity and Recovery Plans are two different processes. While it is important to have both in place, if you hope to recover your business after a disaster, it is important to remember they serve different purposes and need to be treated differently when it comes to developing your plan.

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You May Have a Backup, But Could it Be Better?

You May Have a Backup, But Could it Be Better?

Data backup is important for businesses that want to keep their data safe in the event of a disaster scenario, but each organization’s specific needs will vary. One thing is important to keep in mind, though, and it’s that your business can’t afford to not have data backup. In other words, you need to be prepared for any situation so that you aren’t left wondering if you’re ready to deal with a disaster scenario.

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Don’t Let Bias Influence Your Business

Don’t Let Bias Influence Your Business

Have you ever heard of the term “bias?” It has a negative connotation to it, but it’s not necessarily a bad thing. A bias can predispose you to a skewed consideration or thought when met with what is known to be a seemingly neutral stimuli. In some cases, they can cause more harm than good, which is why it’s a good thing to take another look at how you approach certain situations. Researchers have discovered several trends about why we hold certain biases, as well as how we can overcome them.

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Do You Azure?

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Most of us use the cloud to upload photos, share information and work remotely. The cloud has liberated many of us from the need of maintaining physical hardware. The need for and expense of USB drives, hard drives and other forms of physical media are getting smaller everyday. With all the benefits the cloud brings you in your daily life, then why shouldn’t your business benefit as well?

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