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13 Benefits of using a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

  13 Benefits of using a  Virtual Desktop Infrastructure That Can Have a Lasting Impact on Your Companies IT Infrastructure and Wallet    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is defined as the hosting of desktops in a virtualized environment. Instead of running on a desktop service on a device in your office or home, the desktop is instead stored in a central server and is delivered to end clients through the network. The client simply connects to their company’s network in the office or remotely through a secure connection, enters their credentials, and viola, they are presented with their desktop, stored information, web browser, and even applications. So, the real question is - what is the advantage of using a VDI as opposed to simply running my OS that comes with my laptop? There are several advantages and benefits to using this type of environment, so  let’s  review a few of them.     

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The Perks of Co Management: Supplementing your IT Support with an MSP

The Perks of Co-Management: Supplementing your IT  Support  with an MSP    In general, most companies will chose from one of the following solutions below. Read on if you're looking for guidance around what next steps to take with your IT solution.  S olution  A : You r  company   maintains   an in-house IT depa rtment.   S olution  B :  You are an SMB (small or medium sized business) with   limited internal tech support ,  so your  company’s  additional technical needs  are supplemented by   an IT  Managed Service Provider, or MSP.   S olution  C : Your  firm  outsources all its operational IT needs to a third-party MSP.   For most situations in life , one solution does n’t always  fit all. This extends to how a business  retains   or subcontracts  their technical service and support requirements.  Regardless of your  organization ’s working scenario , there will always be pros and cons.  While some companies employ and maintain an internal IT team ( Solution A ), some  choose co-management  (S olution  B), and  others  may outsource an external resource to  handle all  their  operational IT needs  (S olution  C). Read on to find out what solution may work best for you r  individual   enterprise , and why  co-management  might be  worth the investment .   

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The Power of Collaboration Starts with a Solid Platform

Your team has now been working from home for a couple of months, and it seems likely that telework will be central to your office culture for the foreseeable future. With social distancing restrictions still in place, you may be able to gradually welcome employees back to the office, but  likely in staggered shifts  to limit contact.   

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Top 3 Ways to Protect your Business from Covid-19 Scams

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of panic around COVID-19 to develop new ways to infiltrate accounts and networks with malware and ransomware, as we previously wrote about. Often, scam artists pique users’ curiosity by sending them to fake COVID-19-related websites, then redirecting them to fake sites that prompt them to enter their user credentials.

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13 Benefits of using a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

  13 Benefits of using a  Virtual Desktop Infrastructure That Can Have a Lasting Impact on Your Companies IT Infrastructure and Wallet    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is defined as the hosting of desktops in a virtualized environment. Instead of running on a desktop service on a device in your office or home, the desktop is instead stored in a central server and is delivered to end clients through the network. The client simply connects to their company’s network in the office or remotely through a secure connection, enters their credentials, and viola, they are presented with their desktop, stored information, web browser, and even applications. So, the real question is - what is the advantage of using a VDI as opposed to simply running my OS that comes with my laptop? There are several advantages and benefits to using this type of environment, so  let’s  review a few of them.     

The Perks of Co Management: Supplementing your IT Support with an MSP

The Perks of Co-Management: Supplementing your IT  Support  with an MSP    In general, most companies will chose from one of the following solutions below. Read on if you're looking for guidance around what next steps to take with your IT solution.  S olution  A : You r  company   maintains   an in-house IT depa rtment.   S olution  B :  You are an SMB (small or medium sized business) with   limited internal tech support ,  so your  company’s  additional technical needs  are supplemented by   an IT  Managed Service Provider, or MSP.   S olution  C : Your  firm  outsources all its operational IT needs to a third-party MSP.   For most situations in life , one solution does n’t always  fit all. This extends to how a business  retains   or subcontracts  their technical service and support requirements.  Regardless of your  organization ’s working scenario , there will always be pros and cons.  While some companies employ and maintain an internal IT team ( Solution A ), some  choose co-management  (S olution  B), and  others  may outsource an external resource to  handle all  their  operational IT needs  (S olution  C). Read on to find out what solution may work best for you r  individual   enterprise , and why  co-management  might be  worth the investment .   

The Power of Collaboration Starts with a Solid Platform

Your team has now been working from home for a couple of months, and it seems likely that telework will be central to your office culture for the foreseeable future. With social distancing restrictions still in place, you may be able to gradually welcome employees back to the office, but  likely in staggered shifts  to limit contact.   

Top 3 Ways to Protect your Business from Covid-19 Scams

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of panic around COVID-19 to develop new ways to infiltrate accounts and networks with malware and ransomware, as we previously wrote about. Often, scam artists pique users’ curiosity by sending them to fake COVID-19-related websites, then redirecting them to fake sites that prompt them to enter their user credentials.