Technology

Three Tips to Plan for Your Data Center Move

If you're going to be tackling a data center move soon, you are going to want to start focusing on the planning process now. These are some of the things that you'll want to do when you're planning your data center move. 1. Decide If You're Going to Be Replacing Any Equipment First of all, now is probably a good time for you to start thinking about whether it is time to replace any of your equipment. Read More 

Questions to Ask When Hiring a Managed IT Security Provider for Your Business

If your business handles sensitive financial information for your company and your clients, you may be considering hiring a third-party provider to watch over the security of your system. However, you may be unsure as to where to start when attempting to find the right provider for your company. If so, ask the following questions to get you started when hiring a managed IT security provider for your business. Do They Have Other Clients in Businesses Similar to Yours? Read More 

3 Keys Of Conversational AI For Finance

When it comes to the business of finance, you always need to stay on top of your choices of technology. Finance, perhaps, more than any other form of business, benefits from the use of artificial intelligence (AI). However, if you have never incorporated artificial intelligence into your business, you likely aren't aware of the benefits and how it can potentially transform your company and the progress you can make. To this end, you should read these tips below in order to use AI for your finance business. Read More 

Understanding Data Loss, Recovery, And Conversion

When hard drives, solid state drives (SSDs), discs, and data storage media of all types fail, it can be difficult to recover your data. Some failures are complex scatterings of data through digital corruption, while other issues may be physical damage that require expertise and precision control to recover. Here are a few data loss details to help you figure out what to do to get your information back while keeping it safer in the future. Read More 

Are You A Streaming Personality? How Do You Handle Security?

Online streaming delivers multiple tiers of income, sponsor incentives, and fame from the reasonable middle-class lifestyle to the world of the rich and famous, but it comes at a few high-tech costs. Whether you're a single-person operation or part of a streaming network, your personal brand ultimately rests on your ability to get on a video and do what you do. Along with the many technical requirements for streaming as a business, consider a few network security concerns that sting many streamers just as they begin to grasp popularity: Read More