The Internet of Things. You’ve probably been hearing about it a lot recently – we’ve even mentioned it in a post. But it’s not exactly the most descriptive term and has left many people scratching their head in wonder. We all know what the Internet is, and we all know what the general term “things” means – but when the two are strung together the entire concept becomes a bit hazy. The term means, essentially, the inter-connectivity of items that can communicate with each other by sharing data, completing processes,[…]

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Getting Back To Work With A Business Continuity Plan

Filed under: TSI Blog — Tags: , — admin @ 10:39 am - Feb 17, 2015

After last week’s post about Disaster Recovery, it’s time to jump into the topic that naturally follows – Business Continuity. Many individuals mistakenly presume that Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery are one in the same, but in all actuality, Disaster Recovery is simply one piece of a comprehensive Business Continuity plan. While Disaster Recovery focuses on restoring the IT infrastructure after a system wide failure (or complete destruction), Business Continuity looks at the bigger picture – where will your employees work, and how? What is the most efficient way to[…]

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The Five Critical Parts to Any Disaster Recovery Plan

Filed under: TSI Blog — Tags: , , — admin @ 12:36 pm - Feb 11, 2015

There are few things more important to a company’s IT needs than a comprehensive – and fool proof – Disaster Recovery plan. It’s something that probably barely registers as a necessity when a company is getting up and running, and when everything is operating smoothly it probably gets pushed to the furthest recesses of the proverbial back burner. But when it’s needed it can literally mean life or death for a company. Without a comprehensive Disaster Recovery plan, a power outage that fries a server or a fire that wipes[…]

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Cyber Readiness is going to be huge in 2015 – but what is it, and why does your company need to look into it?

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