Recent technical advances make disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) possible. However, what is DRaaS and how can we implement it?
It aims to ensure an agreed level of operational performance, usually uptime, for a higher than normal period.
So, what are desktops? How can they benefit your business? If you have numerous desktops, operating systems or are struggling with cyber-security threats, this is the technology for your organisation. The key point is that cloud desktops provide businesses with scalability and flexibility. Cloud desktops allow a business to grow at its own pace; a […]
If your organisation needs connectivity to support business critical data and applications, it’s important to find a solution that works for you, and a leased line connection is often part of that. Leased lines provide connections between networks that require data to ease communication. This could mean they connect offices to the Internet, or to other geographically distant offices and sites, or they might even carry telephony data such as a call centre.
Thanks to an existing customer, BanaBay Limited, giving a whole-hearted recommendation of how we at Serviceteam IT support them, we’ve added another fantastic new customer, Substrakt Limited. We provide BanaBay with IP Telephony, Continuity, Office 365, IT Support and of course Fibre Internet. BanaBay were very gracious, in allowing their potential next door neighbours to assess the quality of the leased line services provided by Serviceteam IT, by enabling secured access for Substrakt to evaluate. Substrakt had a resilient fibre ethernet leased line connection installed in an impressive 26 working days. The contract follows another successful year for us, which has seen our client base treble.
Email continuity is critical. Learn how to protect email with simple, and old hat, methods in tandem with Exchange Online for email continuity & email disaster recovery. Email continuity & Email Disaster Recovery: I’m not sure if it’s just me, but there does seem to be an incessant whine regarding the demise of email. Usually from […]