The field of information technology is a diverse one, with many different specialties. Most businesses will find themselves needing several of those specialties at different times as different tech challenges arise. It can be tough, though, for a layman to understand the difference between IT specialties enough to know what IT solution is best for the problem at hand. AccuTech offers both IT Support Services and IT Consultant Services, but what exactly is the difference, and when does each one work best?
When you run a networked business, you know how important it is to have full network access. Your business’ network is its spinal cord and nervous system, allowing communication and data transfer from every point in your company near-instantaneously. Network downtime, even outside of business hours, can paralyze your entire company, costing money and potentially damaging valuable company data. It’s vital to ensure that no matter what happens, your network is monitored and protected against threats large and small.
With the economy the way it is today, companies are under pressure to cut costs. But at the same time, as business grows, managers are more dependent on computer systems to perform the business of the day. There is a solution to this problem: Remote Support. These companies can provide support at a fraction of the cost you're currently paying, and can save you valuable time to run your business.
Managed Services can help enterprises manage and deploy multi-vendor environments, save money, focus on strategic applications, remain agile and reduce business risk. Steve Tonge explains how.
Modern CIOs are frequently caught between a rock and a hard place. Technology is seen as a key driver of innovation and efficiency, but business priorities change quickly and the CIO is often struggling to catch up. However, the increasing complexity of the IT and communications environment is using up valuable resources and IT projects can take up
Virtualization is a hot trend, but that doesn't mean every IT shop has to jump on the bandwagon just yet. There are some shops that just won't need this technology no matter how big the hype becomes this year.
For those shops that decide virtualization is the right move for them, there has to be a complete understanding of existing resources, hardware and applications before they take action.
BYOD What It is?
BYOD stands for "Bring Your Own Device" it is a phrase used to describe a workplace where employees bring their own computing devices such as smartphones, laptops, tablets and PDA for use and connection to the company's network. This phenomenal and trend is fast shaping the culture of many corporations given rise to security concerns for IT managers. This has necessitated the need to define BYOD security policy that clearly outline company's