Coming up with (and using) an IT budget that will fit the tech support needs of a growing business and allow for investments in innovation can be fraught with complications. The CTO needs to be able to divide out resources in proportion to the requirements and ultimate benefits for the business, and must do so in line with the company’s strategic aims and in a way that keeps the CFO happy. However, there are ways to get creative around that IT budget in order to ensure you have the resources you need. Here’s how to go about it.
Business continuity planning is the first line of defence when it comes to protecting your organisation against the unexpected. Fire, flood, theft or malicious attacks on your systems could reduce or permanently damage your ability to do business, causing panic. To avoid such unthinkables, taking precautions and making plans are key to ensuring that any disruption that comes your way can be managed quickly and efficiently with an effective disaster recovery strategy.
Optimity is set to transform life for thousands of businesses in Southwark by giving them access to high-capacity, superfast connectivity and a range of scalable IT services they need to stay competitive. This alleviates the connectivity headache for many businesses in the area, where there has historically been poor investment into local digital services and broadband connectivity.
It’s your connectivity solution that delivers your internet capability, but adequate WiFi infrastructure that really makes it work. By that we mean, it’s great and thoroughly worthwhile to purchase high performing connectivity, but without the right Wi-Fi set up, you and your employees really aren’t going to get the best performance out of it.
There is no single tech solution that has better bridged the gap between SMEs and large corporates than the recent availability, affordability and scalability of great connectivity.
It’s rare to find a business nowadays that isn’t predominantly built on the strength of its connectivity.
Firewalls can protect your network from malicious activity on the internet. This blog covers what a firewall is, how it works, its benefits and what it can’t do.
Matt Dinham, Director of Network Operations, highlights where the lines of responsibility are drawn when it comes to cloud security.
Wibre is the superfast, robust alternative to fibre connectivity, we can provide to any business that is within the line of sight of one of our nodes.