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Nov, 2019

Why CIOs and IT pros should think of Managed services for data security?

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Why CIOs and IT pros should think of Managed services for data security? In these days many small and large businesses have become the victims of cyber attacks and breaches.All the business leaders are becoming more aware of potential threats and breaches of data security in today’s high tech world.Due to data security breaches, companies have lost millions of dollars.Company CIOs and IT pros are looking for solutions to stop this increasing cybersecurity risk. Solutions to stop this increasing cybersecurity risk: 1.Proper threat assessment and Risk management. 2.Strong cybersecurity protection plan. […]

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Apr, 2019

TAPE STORAGE VS MODERN BACKUP

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Modern backup strategies such as cloud backup and hard disk drive (HDD) backup have their own faults. Now 60% of end users trust cloud backup over other backup strategies, but cloud backup software can be expensive. Storage costs with cloud always seem low initially and build over time as you expand your total storage. HDD media backup, though a lower cost over time, is not as reliable as either cloud or tape. A single disk error can be enough to render an entire series of backups useless. Tape storage provides […]

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Apr, 2019

STORAGE AND SERVER TRENDS – 2019

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STORAGE AND SERVER TRENDS – 2019 Same as before small businesses are going to invest in hardware, larger enterprises are focusing more on increasing their cloud budgets. One of the biggest drivers of IT budget increases in 2019 is the need to upgrade outdated IT infrastructures. As security concerns continue to plague businesses of all sizes, the need for updated, secure infrastructures becomes a top priority. To determine ways to implement new software and hardware, ensure greater security and invest in the future of their IT, here’s a five server […]

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24

Apr, 2019

WHEN YOU NEED TO UPDATE YOUR IT INFRASTRUCTURE?

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If updating your IT infrastructure is on your business, 82% of businesses are expanding their budgets in 2019. In fact, the need to upgrade outdated IT infrastructures is the main driver of budget increases in IT. #1: Eliminate Outdated IT Hardware Outdated hardware can lead to a variety of problems. It often causes multiple points of failure within a system’s architecture. Downtime is expensive, and there is a decrease in productivity while replacements are found or fixes are made. When hardware is outdated, the parts are often difficult to find and […]

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15

Apr, 2019

Hardware Maintenance for Dell Poweredge R720 Rack Server

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Dell PowerEdge R720 Dell PowerEdge R720 is a 2S/2U rack server with Next-generation power and flexibility. Ideal for running a wide range of applications and virtualization environments. It is a general purpose server with scalable memory up to 768GB and excellent I/O capabilities. It has the ability to handle very demanding workloads, like e-commerce,  data warehouses, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), high-performance computing (HPC) and databases as a data node. Powerful performance: It is powered by Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 processors and up to 24 DIMMs to Gain exceptional virtualization and complex […]

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21

Jan, 2019

Why Cisco Customers Should Embrace New CISCO Smart License

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Cisco is rolling out their new Smart Licensing System (Cisco FAQ) that looks very concerning as it will give the keys to your Cisco device to Cisco. For the new IOS XE version, 16.9 and later beginning with Catalyst 3650, 3850, and Catalyst 9000 series switches, these devices will be required to connect to the internet daily with call home feature to Cisco’s entitlement system to validate licensing. That takes the license entitlement off the devices and onto Cisco’s servers. Licenses now become subscription based instead of a perpetual license. […]

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Dec, 2018

Chart a path forward for your workloads for Window Server 2008 End of Support will be Window Server 2019?

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Chart a path forward for your workloads for Window Server 2008 End of Support  will be Window Server 2019? Two choices to protect your workload by migrating or upgrade it on-premise Get associate with Navigator System for free workload assessment to dedicated IT support Support ends for Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 on January 14, 2020 Microsoft is ending all support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 in January 2020. 1) No security updates – there will be no access to critical security updates, open to potential business interruptions, attacks and […]

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26

Oct, 2018

How many Types of Business Servers and Their Roles

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To serve your business network environments, there are several types of servers available in the market. These different types of servers work in different roles to provide a greater accuracy in business workouts. Database Server Database Server refers to the back-end system of a database application using client architecture. This workload relies on a higher-end server to host the database. It performs tasks such as data storage, analysis, manipulation, archiving and other non-user specification tasks. File Server A file server for central storage and management of data files, so that […]

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Oct, 2018

Do it yourself Tips for Server Upgrade

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Server hardware maintenance will maximize its potential which helps a business stay competitive equally avoids purchasing new server hardware. Server hardware upgrade can help keep a server performance required by the application. Server RAM Upgrade When upgrading a server focus in the RAM, it will make their computer run faster. Server CPU Upgrade It’s much more efficient to upgrade the CPU definitely will increase the speed of operation and, in cases, make more cores available so you can multitask with ease. Server Storage Upgrade Sometimes upgrading HDD drives will give […]

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Oct, 2018

Do it Yourself Tips for Server maintenance

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Server maintenance is an easy task by determining where to start the IT maintenance process on your own. Create a schedule for your server maintenance. Schedule this work during the less work of your business day. It may be daily, weekly or monthly but punctually. Regularly check your server’s event and error logs. Always keep an eye on alert and warnings. So that you can fix them before they crashes out your server. Check server log files, folder permissions, and hard disc space during maintenance. Always keep your server updated. […]

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