As technology continues to evolve at an increasingly rapid rate, creating demands for new IT skillsets practically by the month, staff augmentation can itself become a full-time job. Many business leaders and hiring managers are finding that professional IT services providers are positioned perfectly to help them find staffers to fill temporary or permanent IT positions.
As your data increases in volume and value, alongside rising threats of natural disaster, equipment malfunction, and cyberattack, it is prudent to consider working with a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) provider. When selecting such a partner, sometimes known as a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), it is important to look for experience, a technical reach that spans the full scope of your needs, and the willingness to customize services to fit your exact requirements.
Most business leaders have understood for quite some time that it is essential to have a solid disaster recovery (DR) plan in place to protect the integrity of their IT infrastructure. In recent months, as cybercrime has skyrocketed and natural disasters continue to proliferate, we have learned that planning for disaster recovery in 2022 is much more urgent than ever before.
In a private cloud environment, you are 100% responsible for all of your data, and you need to have the tools and practices in place to keep it secure. In the public cloud, virtually all providers offer deep levels of security, but you still need to put strict security policies in place and enforce them. Either way, building a secure cloud infrastructure is a necessary piece of business for almost every organization. Here’s a brief guide to the best ways to accomplish this in 2022.
Cloud edge computing, now more commonly known as edge computing, is an IT architecture in which client data is processed as close to the source as possible. This often involves moving machine learning tools from cloud data centers to embedded systems on devices in the field, at the periphery of the network—the edge.