Facebook’s reach has been steadily increasing over the past half decade. Nothing makes this more evident than the fact that you can use your Facebook username and password to log into different apps and sites. While this is convenient, many apps request private information, something users are often uncomfortable with. In order to increase overall […]
Facebook is the largest social media network out there and has so much clout that many different apps now connect with the platform. Most of these apps or sites even allow you to use your Facebook account and password to access them. While this is convenient, some users do have an issue over this, especially […]
Virtualization, often defined as the act of moving physical systems to a digital environment, has become one of the most sought after tech improvements, especially for small to medium businesses. While virtualization is popular, it is still complex and has many potentially confusing terms associated with it. To help, we have created a short glossary […]
Virtualization is the act of moving a physical component or bit of software from a physical environment to a digital one that is normally delivered over a network. This concept has become one of the most sought after tech improvements of the past decade, especially among small to medium businesses. The only problem is, virtualization […]
Virtualization – the act of moving something physical to a digital environment, normally delivered over a network connection – is one of the most beneficial tech concepts, especially for small businesses. For many business owners and managers however, this is a vastly complex concept, that carries with it some confusing terminology. To help, we have […]
Metrics are used in nearly every business process, including disaster preparedness and any business continuity plan (BCP) you might have at the ready. Businesses who are looking to ensure that their company will make it through any disaster successfully need to have an effective BCP with metrics like RTO and RPO in place. While both […]
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There is a good chance that you would like to see your business survive any future disaster, and any problems that follow as well. While it is nearly impossible to predict what the next disaster will be, it’s easy to prepare for, especially if you have an effective business continuity plan. When it comes to […]
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When it comes to ensuring that your business will not only recover from the next disaster, but also be able to continue to operate, it is essential that you implement a business continuity plan (BCP). When developing and fine-tuning these plans there are a number of key metrics you should be aware of, with the […]
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The way we communicate is forever changing, and with the younger generations now in the workforce, the main form of communication has become online chat or SMS. Because of its popularity, Facebook is one of the main platforms people have come to rely on to message one another, especially on mobile devices like the iPad. […]
Mobile devices and the apps we use on them have drastically changed the way we communicate. With platforms like Facebook, many people are simply not calling each other anymore, instead relying on Facebook’s messaging feature. In an effort to make this easier to use on mobile devices, especially the iPad, the app has recently been […]