Every business needs to update its hardware from time to time. The problem for many businesses, though, is that hardware updates can be disruptive and difficult to manage without negatively affecting day-to-day operations. Luckily, if approached correctly, hardware upgrades don’t have to be a hassle.
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No matter whether you’re running an e-commerce store or doing some powerful number-crunching, your small business will eventually need a business server. With so many options on the market, it can be tough to know how to start your search—especially without the dedicated IT expertise of a larger company.
Hardware has become a crucial aspect of business success. Without the right hardware, you can’t track data, run new software, or help your employees collaborate with each other. But at a certain point, you’ll need to replace business hardware to keep up with your technological needs.
There’s a big difference between disaster recovery and business continuity. Disaster recovery is the action plan to recover critical systems. Business continuity is the execution of the preventative plan to keep all aspects of your business running despite an interruption.
Having the latest tech tools at your disposal is essential to your company’s success. Whenever you get new business hardware, you’ll be left with old hardware you may no longer need. Here are a few of the steps your company should take to make hardware disposal easier, safer and more efficient.
Unless you’re an IT guru, you probably have someone else take care of your IT needs. For many, that means keeping an IT person on staff or paying for hourly help. There’s another option. If you’ve thought about managed IT services, here are four things that you should consider.