Microsoft has previously published end-of-life dates for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Exchange Server 2010 – set to occur in less than five months. As a result, more and more software applications are moving to the cloud and many organizations are looking to make the migration to cloud computing.
Whether you're concerned about Microsoft's end-of-live implications, the time has come for a hardware refresh or you have a desire to eliminate on-premise servers, the cloud migration movement appears to be building steam. The increased volume of discourse includes misconceptions and overgeneralized statements about “the big move,” which may or may not be the best choice for your business.
Olathe, KS – Network Tech introduces Secure IT, a new enterprise approach to data safety and network security for businesses of all sizes.
Designed to protect businesses from security threats on three levels and from any origination point, Network Tech’s Secure IT suite of services includes intentional, strategic and resilient functionality to protect users, minimize downtime and identify threats before they can harm company data.
There are a few guarantees in life, but you can expect death, taxes and hackers. Yes, hackers need to be added to this list of certainties. Don’t think about it as “if” you’re attacked. Businesses in Kansas and Missouri need to expect this will happen eventually and running obsolete, outdated, non-patchable systems heightens the risk.
Olathe, KS – Network Technologies, Inc., a leader in managed IT solutions, has been named as one of the world’s premier managed service providers on the prestigious 12th annual Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings.
This is the seventh time Network Tech has been selected for MSP 501 award list.
3 Steps to Best Protect Your Business from IT Security Risks
When our IT sales professionals visit with business owners, you might think that “No” is the only word they don’t want to hear. But, when a conversation revolves around cybersecurity, the most dreaded phrases include, “We’re all set” or “We’re not concerned.
5 lessons to learn from 3 Midwest case studies
You’ve heard it before. It’s not a matter of “if” your business might become the subject of a cybersecurity threat, it’s “when.” That includes those of us living and working right here in the greater Kansas City area.
Think back to the technology you used in 2009. There were no smart assistants like Siri, you probably had a slider or flip phone and you couldn’t share images of your dinner on Instagram.
It’s probably not a world you want to return to, but if you use Windows 7 and Server 2008, that’s the environment your business operates in.
Many business owners put IT low on their priority list, treating it as a nice-to-have but not a must-have. It's an afterthought or forgotten completely. Organizations that rely on technology may put the priority a little higher but even that’s not a guarantee.
With the latest data breach all over the news, you scrambled to find an IT solution that would keep your system and your customers safe. Before long, though, you realized that the provider you hired wasn’t as responsive or reliable as you hoped they’d be.