Enterprise software and IT vendors have for years targeted the SMB market for a lot of reasons, such as potential, demand, and flexibility. But because these small and mid-sized companies comprise the majority of the business market, vendors have been struggling to really grasp their interest.
Post by Kevin Lubojacky, System Engineer, VMware. When establishing and maintaining disaster recovery plans, it can be challenging to ensure that all the VMs in an environment needing protection are being properly ...
Some technologies work so well that they've become immortal -- not, perhaps, because they are perfect, but instead because newer technologies have not improved on their advantages enough to unseat them, even if they may make inroads.
Commence Brings Enterprise-Caliber CRM to Middle Market NewsFactor Network EATONTOWN, N.J., October 23, 2013 -- Commence Corporation, the specialist in mid-market Relevant Products/Services , is addressing the unmet needs of small-to-medium size...
Like it or not, IT systems and computers fail. For a small business, such failures can hit harder in terms of both opportunity costs and downtime. Moreover, smaller budgets mean that small businesses don’t have as many backup measures in place to protect their systems, and that often leads to a protracted recovery that further saps the bottom line. Fortunately, there are a several low-cost approaches small and mid-sized businesses can use to defend against IT failure. Here's a quick overview of three such methods.
- Backup data regularly to a NAS.
- If your mail server fails, divert incoming email messages to another provider or server.
Memeburn 7 habits of highly successful cloud-based medium businesses Memeburn Indeed, around the world small and medium businesses (SMB) are set to spend up to US$100-billion on cloud services by 2014, according to research from AMI Partners.
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