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3 Keys For Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Knock, Knock, who is there? It’s Hurricane Harvey and his ill-tempered ex-wife Hurricane Irma. Now I start this blog post on a different note but this is a very serious topic. With the massive loss of property the loss of lives and livelihood, it is without a shadow of a doubt that hurricanes and natural disaster will cause havoc in today’s world. As a business owner, having a global contingency plan for the unforeseen is critical. We saw the effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, they caused catastrophe damage in the Caribbean and the US mainland.

Get 7 IT Powerful Keys in 2hrs

Are your experiencing IT problems that is hurting your business? The reality is that most business owners in metro Fort Lauderdale are up against IT challenges that hampers business productivity, stifles growth and put them at a disadvantage to compete in the marketplace. This position behind the eight ball is very dangerous. Like most business decision makers today, you research on the internet and converse among peers trying to resolve the problems. Admitting and looking for help is one of the first step in addressing a serious IT problem.

5 Ways to Boost Productivity

In the world of Business IT everyone has a full schedule. Sr. Executives and Business Owners have a lot on their plate. From logistics, marketing, product rollout, budget, strategic development and operations. IT is sometimes view as a necessary evil to run a business.

Windows XP and Office 2003 support is over

Microsoft has ending support for Windows XP and Office 2003 Back in 2002 Microsoft introduced a policy called the Support and Lifecycle policy. With this policy Microsoft provides more transparency and predictability of support for Microsoft products. As per this policy, Windows XP and Office 2003, receive a minimum of 10 years of support (5 years Mainstream Support and 5 years Extended Support), at the supported service pack level.

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