How To Reduce Your IT Costs

June 19th, 2014
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It is very common for businesses to purchase the latest and greatest technology without determining if it will be used on a daily basis. So it would be advisable to write up a checklist of the computer, software or anything else that contributes to the technology expenses to give you an idea of what’s really needed. The technological aspect of your business should be handled by IT professionals as it…

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Three Benefits Of Using Office 365

June 12th, 2014
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Generate Greater Productivity With Office 365 Microsoft has invested heavily to ensure the user’s experience of using Office 365 is easy and simple. The objective is to increase the simplicity that results to greater productivity. Whether its an administrator setting up a new employee to the system or a business analyst writing policy and procedure documents in Word. Access From Anywhere With Office 365 Accessing your software over the internet…

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Causes of Security Paralysis

January 23rd, 2013
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Causes of Security Paralysis and Cloud-Based Cures Over and over again we are given statistics on how risk is growing in disproportion to security readiness. • -91% of companies have experienced at least one IT security event from an external source. • -90% of all cyber crime costs are those caused by web attacks, malicious code and malicious insiders. • -40% reported rogue cloud issues (shadow IT) experienced the exposure…

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New Partnership With Nasuni

May 5th, 2012
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Carrington Blake IT Solutions announce a new partnership with US-based company Nasuni with immediate availability of the Nasuni Flier, the most innovative entry into the Enterprise Primary Storage market this century. Sharing a single data set across multiple sites has traditionally been complex, particularly if the primary data set exceeds 5TB. The Nasuni solution simplifies and centralizes management of remote storage infrastructure while delivering on the promise of a global…

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2012 Is The Year of the Cloud

January 1st, 2012
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Forget the year of the dragon, 2012 is the year of the Cloud! 2011 began the trend of how businesses and consumers interact with Cloud Computing, with software and platforms being developed through the year. Computing.co.uk, the leading industry technology publication, predicts 2013 will continue this trend, with many more companies looking to plug in to the benefits the cloud has to offer. In particular, cloud take-up will begin to…

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