Physical vs Virtual Servers: What, Why and How

Physical vs Virtual Servers: What, Why and How

Physical vs virtual servers Most small businesses use one or more physical servers. These hardware devices are essentially big computers with more capacity than desktops.  Like all computers, servers have a motherboard, memory, and disk space.  Physical servers can be located in your office, in a data center, or in “the cloud” (a data center…

Google Workspace vs Microsoft 365

Google Workspace vs Microsoft 365

In 2020, G suite became Google Workspace and Office 365 became Microsoft 365. The names have changed but they’re still great tools with even more features now. Google Workspace vs Microsoft 365: Both offer business email plus productivity apps For most businesses, email is the #1 tool for business communication. Your employees’ email inboxes contain…

BYOD Risks: How to overcome the risks of employee-owned devices

BYOD Risks: How to overcome the risks of employee-owned devices

Are you concerned about BYOD risks? Bring your own device (BYOD) is the practice of allowing employees to use their own technology for company-sanctioned work. BYOD seeped into office culture as mobile phones became more common. Over time, employees started connecting their work email and taking work calls on their mobile devices. Companies struggled to…

Bad Data is Bad for Business: How to Improve Data Quality

Bad Data is Bad for Business: How to Improve Data Quality

The cost of bad data is an astonishing 15% to 25% of revenue for most companies.(sloanreview.mit.edu) What is bad data?  Every company has some amount of bad data. Bad data can come in the form of incomplete information, false information, duplicate records, and irrelevant information, but whatever form it takes, bad data can negatively impact business performance.  Bad business…