|Understanding the Value of Managed Services|
Most small and medium businesses can’t afford the luxury of a qualified IT administrator, let alone an entire IT department. If you’re in this position, how do you maintain the information technology infrastructure that’s critical to your organization?
One option is Managed Services, in which you outsource this role to an IT expert called a “managed services provider,” which will typically offer on-site or remote network and security monitoring, data backup and technical support.
Because the Managed Services model allow a business to focus on its core competencies, it is increasing in popularity—but sometimes it’s hard to separate the real benefit from the hype.
What’s the value to you?
Want to learn more about how Managed Services can give you dependable IT with predictable costs? Give us a call.
|SaaS: An Overview|
The growing reach and power of the internet has changed the way people do business, with more and more web-based services popping up. One of these is SaaS.
SaaS stands for Software as a Service, which refers to any licensed software being “rented” to a company by another company on an as-needed basis.
|Manage and Collect Data Better with FormSpring|
For businesses of all types and size, managing data online is critical to the smooth operation of a website. However, incorporating data collection programs can be time consuming, especially if any of your data is “time bound” – meaning it’s only valid and useful during a specific period of time.
Here’s a solution. FormSpring provides free and paid website data collection services that eliminate the need for additional programming or the purchase of additional software.
|How to handle Suspicious E-mail|
Phishing, pronounced “fishing,” is a type of online identity theft that uses e-mail and fraudulent Web sites that are designed to steal your personal data or information such as credit card numbers, passwords, account data, or other information. Follow these guidelines to help protect yourself from phishing scams sent through e-mail.
|What to do if you’ve responded to a phishing scam|
If you suspect that you’ve responded to a phishing scam with personal or financial information or entered this information into a fake Web site, take these steps to minimize any damage.