Many small and midsize businesses use cloud-based SaaS solutions to meet their operational needs. But SaaS without backups is dangerous territory.
Email solutions have moved away from single-purchase, perpetual-license solutions and toward cloud-based subscriptions. The options available with a cloud-based subscription allow you to tailor an email package that best fits your company’s needs.
A business phone maintenance plan of “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” may work in the short term, but that old phone system is hurting your business. The moment something breaks, you’ve got a whole new set of issues to address. The best time to replace your old phone system is before it breaks.
Whether it is a power outage, loss of internet or phone lines, or something more drastic, if your business shuts down unexpectedly, it is going to cost you money. The goal of DR/BC planning is to know how much it will cost to stay in business and not lose customers. Here are the resources to include when adding up your business continuity cost.
View your IT budget as a roadmap and a strategic approach to achieving your business goals. By forecasting your projected revenue and planning for costs and expenses, you will be better prepared for the inevitable ups and downs a year brings.
When your website is down, it’s always a surprise. What’s worse, downtime can be expensive in terms of lost productivity, lost revenue, cost to recover, and cost of reputation. Some companies measure the time lost per second when a site goes down because they have so much traffic. However, there are a few things you can do to get past the panic and into solutions to get your site back online.
Operating a national society requires expedient and easy control over website updates and membership. We used WordPress to solve their e-commerce and content editing problems.
As far as websites are concerned, the number one most trusted source for advice is an invisible robot, which is responsible for the results you get on a search page. It’s this indexed information that helps, in part, to determine your position on a search results page.
Their existing website did a basic job of providing information about their firm, but the design felt cluttered and navigation was cumbersome. Updating the design and improving navigation would produce a clean site with easily accessible information, reflecting their expertise and providing a clear path for making contact.
When shopping for a company to host your WordPress website, you might be tempted to just pick the cheapest hosting provider and get started. Many WordPress hosting providers promote the cheap, less-important things like unlimited space and unlimited email boxes to get your attention, while their support, security, and stability are hidden in the fine print.
Hacked websites happen every day. One of the biggest nightmares for a business owner is the day you discover your website has been hacked. Hacks come in all shapes and sizes, from denial-of-service attacks to the compromise of personal information. Any of these can be devastating to your business. Understanding why hacks happen and how to protect your company website will go
There is a lot more to web hosting than the price. Here are questions to ask when looking for a place to keep your high-performance website safe and sound. Take this article with you when you shop around to make sure you get the best hosting for your money.
Cheap web hosting is like a pinata full of coleslaw – designed to look good until it breaks. You may have seen the ads on TV or in a sidebar of a blog: “Web Hosting for only $3.99* Per Month!” or “Unlimited Websites for One* Low price of 1¢*.” If you haven’t seen those ads, once you do a Google search for “Who
Email can be a chink in the armor of business data security.Unencrypted email can be intercepted en route between two secure points and viewed by anyone.
Here at Lieberman Technologies, we love WordPress. We don’t make a big secret out of that fact, either, and if you’ve talked to or worked with us on a website project, chances are you’ve heard us sing the praises of WordPress. It’s easy to work with, endlessly adaptable to a variety of client needs, and constantly improving and evolving. Because of this, it does require some maintenance from time to time, and that’s what I want to talk about here.