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Why Your Data Center Needs the Cloud

Over the last several years, the approach to data management has changed significantly. Corporations with large internal data centers requiring hundreds of servers are drastically reducing the amount of equipment needed due to innovations in technology. This widespread “shrinking data center” movement is said to be a result of increased virtualization and the continued advancements Read more about Why Your Data Center Needs the Cloud[…]

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Top Natural Disasters in the U.S. – and What they Mean for Businesses

Over the past 60 years, there have been over 2,000 major disasters declared in the United States. When disaster strikes, the economy takes a serious hit. Some businesses suffer financial loss so great that they never reopen. Natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy have devastated local communities almost to the point of Read more about Top Natural Disasters in the U.S. – and What they Mean for Businesses[…]

Benefits of Cloud Storage

The Benefits of Cloud Storage

Cloud storage, or storage that occurs online so users can access data remotely, is now very common. Already, it’s the preferred method of storing digital data, especially for small to medium sized organizations. Storing remotely versus locally offers huge advantages to both consumers and businesses. Accessibility and Synchronization With local file storage, you only receive access Read more about The Benefits of Cloud Storage[…]

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Recommendations for Winter

Before the next big storm of the winter season hits, here’s how to ensure your business stays connected. For businesses that use Broadview Networks’ cloud-based OfficeSuite® Phone, keeping in touch when their office must close is easy. Since the system is hosted in the cloud, changes can be made via an online portal that is Read more about Recommendations for Winter[…]

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Must-Have Technology to Prepare Your Business for Disasters

As we all know, disasters can strike at any time and without warning. According to the Institute for Business and Home Safety, an estimated 25 percent of businesses do not reopen following a major disaster.Communications is the most essential component to any business, so it is imperative that the communication with your customers and clients is Read more about Must-Have Technology to Prepare Your Business for Disasters[…]

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8 Signs You Should Invest in the Cloud

The word “cloud” may have bounced in and out of conversations at your office, but you’re still not 100% sure it’s for you. You’re waiting for some sort of sign that it’s worth your time. Luckily, we have eight. If any of these sound like your business, it might be time to invest in the cloud. You’re Read more about 8 Signs You Should Invest in the Cloud[…]

It is all about a well planned and well executed recovery and continuity plan

National Preparedness Month was this September and already Hurricane Joaquin is here. We should remember that it is crucial to know how to recover when disaster strikes. It’s serious stuff: the economy takes a damaging hit, and some businesses suffer financial loss so great that they never reopen. Gartner estimates that the average business loses Read more about It is all about a well planned and well executed recovery and continuity plan[…]

How to prepare your small business for disaster

Preparing for a disaster should be a year-round priority for every small business. It requires constant top-of-mind awareness because your company’s needs will continue to evolve. As such, so will your preparation efforts. As National Disaster Preparedness month ends, now is a good time to reassess and reinvigorate your strategy. Here are four tips to Read more about How to prepare your small business for disaster[…]

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