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It's been a year like no other in history. The world came to a screaching halt as a deadly virus spread city to city, country to country at an alarming rate. A global pandemic changed the world we... more
What is business continuity? In short, it's the ability to retrieve data from anywhere at any time. It's one of those things you don't think about ... until it's too late.
SMBs can be wiped out by... more
B2B companies are urging their technology leaders to re-think their approach to protecting their systems and data, which raises the critical question:
Given limited resources and constantly... more
In the olden days, outbound marketing was called “marketing.” Remember KFC’s “Finger lickin’ good” and Rice Krispies’ “Snap, crackle, pop”? The emergence of the Information Age has created a whole... more
Did you know that hackers attack every 39 seconds? That’s an average of 2,244 times a day.
Think it can’t happen to you?
If it can happen to some of the largest, most protected companies in North... more
Before you write one line of code, before you design one layer of design, and before you write one word of copy, there is a much larger question you need to answer:
Which Content Management... more
When you don’t preserve your network, you set yourself up for critical issues, not the least of which include data loss and downtime.
Here are 3 things you can do right now to protect your network... more
You’ve heard it a thousand times – content is king. It’s true. Content is everywhere. It’s online, in books, and on TV. It’s on benches, billboards, and buses. We listen to it, we watch it, we read... more
We all forget stuff. I forgot how old my Mom was a few days ago, so I just put “Happy 35th birthday” in a card and called it quits.
Everyone laughed, and now I’m out of the will.
Maybe you’re... more
After 15 years, Apple is moving away from Intel processors. Instead, the company announced last week at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), it will be overhauling Mac computers with its own... more