These days, being tech savvy has a major advantage: it can lead to one highly-in demand career. Knowing how to navigate information technology systems, which is the software and the use of computers to manage information, is a skill that is in demand worldwide. The reason behind this is technology’s presence and constant impact on… Continue reading Getting Into The IT Industry – One Of The Smartest Career Moves To Make
Bad hires happen, but they don’t have to be permanent. Determining that an IT employee is incompetent isn’t easy. After all, we invest a lot of trust and confidence into a hired individual, and when that individual doesn’t perform as expected, we tend to internalize the failure as an inability to make sound hiring decisions.… Continue reading Top 5 Signs Your IT Employee Is Probably Incompetent
Buying data storage for your business used to be pretty simple. You’d get a hard disk array, complement it with a tape backup and that was it. The biggest decision was whether to use ATA or SCSI disks. Now, however, the decision is much more difficult. Applications and data take up more space but require… Continue reading Hybrid or All-Flash: Which Is Best?
Block-level storage is a method of storing data by grouping it in a fixed number of bits or bytes, commonly known as blocks. Cloud servers often use block-level storage instead of storing data in files, which is the traditional means of primary data storage. A cloud block storage system generally uses arrays of hard drives or solid… Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Cloud Block Storage
As your business grows, your e-mail solution needs to grow with it. But how do you know when, and how, to scale up? And should you continue to use an on-premise solution, or make the jump to a hosted e-mail provider? The first step is to evaluate your current system for weaknesses or limited functionality.… Continue reading 5 Questions To Ask: In House Email vs. Hosted Email