Why Your Small Business Needs a Virtual CIO

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can’t always afford to hire a CIO, but that doesn’t mean they don’t need one. That being said, SMBs can reap the same rewards from hiring a Virtual CIO (vCIO).
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Workflow Automation Trends and Tips

Technology has become a powerful driver of business processes…
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5 Qualities & Skills of an Effective CIO

If you’re an active reader of online business insights, you’ve…

Dynamic Assists Clinics with Data Backup

We all know that downtime is deadly for small businesses, but…
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7 Backup & Disaster Recovery Statistics to Know for 2018

2017 may not be over yet, but it’s never too soon to be looking…
ATO System Issues

What the ATO’s HPE Failures Teach Us About Disaster Recovery

The ATO has been experiencing serious disruption since December 2016, leaving many tax professionals frustrated. This is our breakdown of what's really been going on.
Toy Story 2 Backup Disaster Recovery

Toy Story 2: How Redundant Data Backup Protects Against Human Error

Do you know the details of how the original "Toy Story 2" data almost got deleted? This fun case study serves as a great example of why a disaster recovery plan is essential for any professional project!
Frustrated by Common Business Challenges

Can Technology Really Solve These 3 Most Common Business Challenges?

No matter what type of business you own or work for, there are some business challenges you can’t avoid. You could be an accounting firm, medical center, or real estate agency, and still be plagued by these 3 problems.
Interviewing Your Managed Services Provider

8 Critical Questions to Ask Your Managed Service Provider (MSP)

Before deciding to work with an MSP (hopefully you work with us), we recommend asking them these questions to make sure they have the answers you're looking for.
Ransom Note

How Ransomware Works: WanaCrypt0r, Petya & NotPetya

We’ve seen the biggest worldwide attacks of ransomware so far with WanaCrypt0r, Petya, and NotPetya. Considering its growing prevalence, it’s important for businesses to understand how ransomware works.