When the Edward Snowden leaks first went public last year, the buzz began almost immediately: Will businesses still trust the cloud knowing that it could easily be subject to snooping? And the answer came just as quickly. Of course they will. Well, now that picture’s been clouded a bit.
How would you rate your company’s relationships with its IT vendors? If you’re like most of the respondents in this recent survey, they probably need some work.
IT outsourcing can be a great way for many companies to save money and access new technologies – or it can create huge headaches and cause more problems than it solves. Here’s some help for organizations to decide when to outsource and when to keep services in-house.
Organizations of all types could probably learn a lot from a massive cloud computing security guide being prepared by the federal government.
Services such as voice over IP (VoIP) telephone systems can give small businesses and startup companies access to functions that used to be reserved for larger enterprises. In this guest post, Lewis Edward of The Office Providers describes the major benefits of those systems.