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At the end of the workday you may be in a hurry to leave, and as you start tossing your belongings into your bag, you come across your USB drive plugged into your PC. You're now faced with a tough decision; do you take the time to safely remove the device, or do you save 30 seconds and just unplug it?
As smartphone ownership continues to rise (175 million cellphones sold last year in the US), so too does smartphone theft. Take San Francisco, CA as an example, half of all robberies reported last year were phone-related. To help curb this trend, crime fighting agencies are seeking help from phone manufacturers in developing a smartphone kill switch.
Don't be an April Fool. Data backup is extremely important for businesses. If your data isn't backed up, or your backup solution isn't properly tested and maintained, your data could be at risk. That's why March 31st is World Backup Day! Check out and share the infographic and ask yourself, what would you do if you lost everything?
Have you ever closed an application and accidently hit 'Don't Save'? Poof. In one forgetful moment all of your progress is gone and your stomach turns into a giant knot. Before you go out and do something crazy, like forsake technology and modern civilization, you will first want to see if Windows was nice and automatically saved you a copy.
At one point in Google's not-so-distant past, they were able to house all of their servers in one garage. True Story. Times have certainly changed for Google. In fact, Google has grown so rapidly that they saw the need to develop a new technology for the sole purpose of managing their growth. Google calls their new creation the Google Spanner.
With businesses now able to migrate their computing needs over to the cloud, and with cloud-based mobile devices now able to perform more enterprise-level tasks, many companies are seriously considering going all-in with the cloud and scraping their traditional IT infrastructure. As nice as it would be to clear out a closet full of servers, you will first want to address the pros and cons of such a drastic move.
It is the goal of every business to grow, but if there is a lack planning, then new growth will bring new problems. This principle applies to every area of your business, including your technology. Without any planning towards the expansion of your technology, you could end up with a Frankenstein of a computer network that can cause monster problems to your business.
Have you ever stopped and wondered where the internet is housed? Maybe all the websites are on a skyscraper-sized router? Maybe the internet all fits inside your computer? Most of the information is actually stored in data center facilities all over the world, and the sheer size and complexity of these centers will boggle your mind.
Step back from your monitor for a moment and take a look at your business. Customers from all over the South Florida area and beyond are being helped. You have an inbox full of email from countless prospects and clients, and your activity on the world wide web is literally connecting you around the world. This complex coordination of of resources and people in front of you is called logistics.
The expression on Drew's face is a perfect picture of what data loss looks like. There is nothing more frustrating than spending an entire day on a project, only to have it all disappear with a system error. Drew's mistake was that he was saving all of his work directly on his laptop. Not only is his work susceptible to a hard drive failure and the computer crashing, but his laptop is also at risk of being stolen along with all of his personal data.
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