Guest post by Stacey Horne, Director of Business Development, HORNE Cyber
The challenges we face in today’s business world are substantial. One of the fastest growing, ever-evolving threats involve cyber attacks.
When 5G rolls out, businesses and individuals can look forward to much higher bandwidth, much lower latency, and significantly increased connection density compared to 4G.
Within the rollout is the opportunity for higher-performance Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructures.
The way your data is stored and managed is the biggest difference between hosting within a colocation data center and on the cloud. Storing your data at a data center with colocation or storing it in the cloud is a matter of preference and convenience.
Both colocation and cloud-based and hybrid systems allow for the shared cost of storage, whether it’s physical or virtual. Continue Reading
If your business is in Texas, you should already have a disaster recovery plan on record. Here are a few other considerations.
Not all employees can work from home during a disaster.
Does your business have important data that must be accessible at any time? Have you thought about disaster recovery office space?