If you're feeling overwhelmed by cybersecurity news, or think that only the largest organizations have the resources to tackle network security, that's not the case. Terry Allen, OXEN's Shared CIO consultant, discusses the mindset we need to have.
I’m sure you have heard us talk about the importance of lifecycle replacement planning. It continues to be a worthwhile approach to reduce disruption and downtime to your business, but many don’t take time to do it. With more emphasis on the cloud, the idea of lifecycle replacement is even less of a priority. What if I said you need to evaluate the lifecycle of your cloud too?
Technology lifecycle management is a crucial part of any business’s strategy for healthy IT. Despite its importance, it often falls by the wayside as it takes time and leadership to put together. What does an “IT lifecycle” mean though?
We’ve talked before about what managed IT services is and how it can benefit organizations. It’s remote technology management and monitoring, which can lead to improved IT stability, cost savings, budget predictability, and better security. Now we want to go back to fundamentals: What types of managed services are there?