Everyone relies on technology to live their daily lives, and the home network consists of many elements. The average home has approximately 18 smart devices and within a few years this could grow to beyond 25 devices, all connecting wirelessly to a network with the capacity to transmit data.
Data breaches in Australia are still rising meaning many companies remain unprepared. So, what can you do to recover in the event of a data breach? More importantly, what can you do to prevent falling victim to hackers?
Do you find that you frequently run into problems with your IT equipment that prevent your employees from getting on with work? Are your laptops and desktops running so slowly that people need to spend hours completing tasks that should take minutes?
Whether you’re a start-up, a local, medium-sized business or a global corporation, you probably depend on applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel. Today’s work environment requires employees and businesses to be more collaborative and to be able to work on documents, files remotely, on multiple devices and at various times of the day.
The Cloud explained Why Migrate? Data stored in the cloud refers to data that’s saved on remote servers in data centres rather than in-house servers or your computer’s hard drive. You can use the internet to access applications and data stored on remote servers, which is widely known as cloud computing. Because information is stored remotely, you can access it using any device with an internet connection