VoIP, or Voiceover Internet Protocol, is slowly replacing the traditional phone line for a number of businesses. It works differently by using the internet to connect incoming and outgoing calls. This requires a good internet connection and there are a number of benefits that VoIP can bring to your clients’ IT infrastructure and day-to-day working.
There are many benefits that come from using a Virtual Data Centre where physical storage centres are located offsite. Not only are business facility costs lowered, but hardware, power and cooling costs too. Maintenance requirements are also minimised. If you’re looking to cut costs and improve your clients’ data centre, here are five reasons to consider moving them into a virtualised environment:
It seems that every few months there’s another high-scale security breach reported in the news. However, security breaches can often be avoided by preparation in advance. Many businesses fail to implement processes that will help to protect them in the event of an attempted breach. As a result, they can face legal issues, financial consequences and damaged brand reputation and trust. As their IT provider, you should be putting in place measures which will help your clients to have the highest possible level of security.