Amazon Web Services is often the go-to web platform for innovators and developers. It’s also a very popular choice with larger organisations and cloud solutions providers that offer their customers a bespoke product or an online portal. We’re going to take a closer look at AWS and give you our top 3 pro’s and con’s of the solution.
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Numerous organisations are adopting a cloud-based IT infrastructure these days in order to optimise the way they work. One of the key players in the cloud market is Microsoft’s Azure platform. It’s possibly the most advanced platform available and offers a wealth of features and functionalities, as well as world-class security systems and compliance certifications.
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve seen a huge rise in the demand for cloud solutions and managed cloud services. This may have something to do with the fact that running a cloud based infrastructure solution means more security, higher availability and greater ease of access for those working from home. But will organisations continue to spend money on migrating to the cloud once the pandemic is over?
It’s the age old question, should I hire my own in-house IT experts, or should I get in touch with a managed IT service provider? It’s a tricky one too because there are clear benefits to each option. There are also many factors at play which you will need to consider when deciding which one is right for your business.
Downtime is a serious issue in business today. It can affect all businesses and can take many forms. Not to mention that any business interruption can cost a fortune in time and money. You could also risk damaging your reputation if your customer cannot get hold of you. The good news is that it’s easy to mitigate the risks and minimise the impact it has on your business.
When you think of Managed IT you probably think of a big company with large offices and hundreds of employees, using an equally large company to provide them with expensive IT services. This post is going to challenge that belief and show you that you don’t have to be a huge corporation to work with an MSP.
It is said that both broadband and leased lines provide your business with high-speed, reliable internet connectivity, but there are some key differences between the two that you should know before making a decision about how your business will connect to the outside world.