Most of us are aware of the importance of backing up data, but there’s a lot more to disaster recovery than backup alone. It’s important to recognize the fact that disaster recovery and backup are not interchangeable. Rather, backup is a critical element of disaster recovery.
Making sure your customers pay in full and on time is paramount to running any successful business. However, the responsibility doesn’t fall only to the customer – it also counts on the efficiency and reliability of your accounts receivable department.
A poorly maintained IT infrastructure will stifle productivity and reduce efficiency, but that’s not all. If you’re not paying close attention to the health of your network and all connected devices, you’ll also end up leaving your business exposed to cyberattacks.
Modern businesses are extremely reliant on their technology to the extent that they find themselves facing increasingly enormous data sets. In most organizations, that data is easily their most valuable commodity. Yet, it’s the ability to make sense of all this data that enables an organization to leverage technology to its fullest potential and remain at the forefront of innovation.
Ask any owner of a small business which accounting software they use, and chances are most of them will say QuickBooks. For many years, the software has been the gold standard in the small-business environment, and it remains by far the most popular on-premises solution.