As your business grows, so does your work and data volume. And so should your IT infrastructure. And that means an increase in space and power along with cost and complexity. Does it? Well not anymore! By virtue of "virtualization".
If your company is like most businesses, your computer systems play an important role in your daily operations. You need to make sure those systems are secure and operating at peak efficiency. To be able to effectively do that you should use a remote monitoring service to watch over them and gather information.
The bedrock of hospitality industry is service. Guests expect hotel amenities to be more than just good rooms, in-room utilities or good housekeeping. We work, eat, learn, and communicate on the go, so constant connectivity, no matter where we are, is more important than ever. Travelers expect their destinations to provide smart technology, charging points and free internet access.
There is no crystal ball that businesses can use to see the exact IT problems and opportunities that they will encounter each year. However, by looking at past and present IT trends, they can get a sense of where IT is heading and how the new direction might affect their business.
"A chain is only as strong as its weakest link"
According to a 2015 IBM Cost of Data Breach Study, the average cost of a data breach is $3.8 million. The number one cause (76 percent) of these data breaches is weak passwords. This is not surprising. One study showed that 60 percent of people use the same password across multiple websites, and a second study determined that 90 percent of employee passwords can be cracked.