The best backup solutions in the market are cloud based. The cloud has now passed traditional external storage options such as a backup drive or additional servers in-house. These options provide a different backup route for your clients, which do not rely on physical hardware in-house to back up to, which can reduce the risk of data being lost. With this in mind, could Cloud backups be useful for your customers?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European equivalent of the Data Protection Act. The GDPR comes into force in May 2018 and will be legally enforceable, with breaches resulting in fines and prosecutions for the Data Controllers and Processors that have had a role in gathering, managing and processing that data.
In the IT sector, the skills gap is the requirement that is not being filled by some businesses as they lack the resources in-house to deliver particular services. Instead more and more IT companies now have to hire experienced engineers with the desired skills to fill these gaps for their customers.