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You’re sitting in your office with your fellow employees when…
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When a disaster strikes your place of business, you don’t have much time to act.
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Brains, Braiiiiiins, Braaaiiiiiiiins – these are three things required by both business continuity plans and zombies alike. In AMC’s The Walking Dead, zombies are plentiful.
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In your business, it’s important to plan ahead for potential disasters. You do this by meeting with your team and establishing best practices, by ensuring that you have the proper tools and resources to overcome the disaster, and most of all, by minimizing the downtime of your business.
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On October 3, 1993, nearly 100 United States Army Rangers dropped into Somalia’s capital of Mogadishu. They were commanded by Captain Mike Steele. Their mission? Capture two prized lieutenants of a Somali warlord.
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If your business is struck by a disaster of any kind, you’ll want to make sure you are prepared. If you watch Game of Thrones closely, you’ll see a few signs of a good disaster recovery plan.
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Our people differentiate us from other products and services.…
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Go through the journey of learning what an MSP does, and how our wekos solution can help your business achieve growth and success.
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It all started with the rapid rise of technology. Businesses around the world decided that it was time to ditch the old school methods of communication. Instead, they decided to accept the future – and that’s when computers entered the picture.
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Most businesses have two distinct choices; either hire an in-house IT support employee or partner with a managed service provider. Though both options have their own pros and cons, one comes out on top.