5 Risks You Take When You Forego Fast Disaster Recovery
The unfortunate fact with business technology is that there are always going to be vulnerabilities and threats that could become a detriment to your everyday process. Technology disasters come in all forms, from natural disasters to employee mistakes to malicious security breaches. Because of this, businesses need to have a plan in place that will […]Read MoreBlog
5 Steps to Creating an Infallible Disaster Recovery Plan
Today, most businesses are centered around their technology and their IT infrastructure. It dictates how efficient you can conduct your business, how effectively you can track and store your important information, and just generally keeps your business safe. For this reason, you need to take the steps necessary in order to establish a plan for […]Read MoreBlog
What is Backup and Disaster Recovery?
In order to really minimize the chance of extended downtime for your business, it’s important to understand and implement a backup and disaster recovery plan. The fact is, your IT infrastructure is prone to things that can cause headaches for your business. Whether it’s human error, security breaches, or ransomware attacks, your IT resources are […]Read MoreComplianceSecurityBlog
DFARS NIST Compliance Requirements: What Government Contractors Need to Know
Today’s government contractors face many challenges to remaining competitive and innovative while managing advanced information technologies and maintaining regulation compliance. Among those challenges is the increased risk of cyberattacks by nation states and other hackers who focus on contractors instead of federal government agencies. Last year, Chinese hackers carried out a cyberattack and gained sensitive […]Read MoreBackupsBlog
Are You Ready for the Coming Storm?
IT Disaster Prep Can Minimize Loss and Speed Recovery June 1st marks the beginning of hurricane season with the Weather Company forecasting that at least three major tropical storms will threaten the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf coasts this year. Lessons learned from previous years warn that organizations should be prepared for foul weather with a […]Read MoreNewsBlog
Microsoft Confirms Release of Windows 10 “May 2019” Update
Microsoft will roll out its latest update to the Windows 10 operating system in May. Originally code named “I9H1” and slated to land in April, the release was pushed back a month and renamed “May 2019 Update.” Windows Insider users can begin downloading the update as early as next week. While the new update promises […]Read MoreComplianceGeneralSecurityBlog
Why Should You Care about GDPR?
Recent EU Law Signals an Approaching Wave of Data Protection Regulations It has been a little over a year since the European Union passed its sweeping General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Since its implementation, enterprises across Europe and closer to home have been scrambling to bring their operations into compliance. Google was the biggest name […]Read MoreCloud/VirtualizationBlog
Why Your Business Should Be Investigating Hybrid Cloud
IT professionals at businesses with tech-phobic staff have devised an elegant strategy for painlessly migrating their organizations to Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP). Even though these companies’ employees understand the benefits of switching from analog phone service to VoIP—cost savings, increased mobility, etc.—some just aren’t comfortable losing their physical phones and replacing them with “softphone” capability. For […]Read MoreNewsBlog
Valeo Networks Announces New IT Sales Staff
Camarillo, CA (Aug. 28, 2018) — Valeo Networks (Valeo Networks), a managed services and cloud technology company, welcomes Michael Flavin as its new Director of Technology Sales and Lawanna Perry as its Senior Customer Success Manager to its Sales Team. Mr. Flavin is managing Valeo Networks’s sales, branding and Go-To-Market Strategies. He is an accomplished […]Read More