To thrive in a rapidly evolving corporate environment, organizations need to be able to anticipate, prepare for, and respond to change. They must always look out for forces that can disrupt business operations such as: #1. Unplanned IT downtime With many business processes now highly dependent on IT systems, any major IT infrastructure failure such […]
Disasters can strike any business. These can run the gamut from the mundane blue screen of death to catastrophes such as hazardous weather, hardware failures, cyberattacks, and human error. But a robust backup and disaster recovery (BDR) plan will help you overcome any IT-related interruption in business operations and limit downtime costs.
Technology continues to reshape the business landscape. It fosters innovation, which has led to boosts in productivity and faster, more efficient business processes to keep up with rising customer demands. But when left unchecked, technology can also pose serious risks such as devastating data breaches and lost customer confidence from inadequate cybersecurity.
Cloud adoption has gone mainstream. Organizations have been using it to store files, share documents, and subscribe to productivity software, among many others. The cloud can also be utilized to back up data and recover it in the event of a disaster. But despite its benefits, it does come with a unique set of challenges.