Collaboration technology is key to establishing a Digital Workplace, especially in the enterprise space. Remote teams are becoming an acceptable norm, and immediate communication is the standard for collaborating with clients, employees, and suppliers. As a result, companies are turning to collaboration solutions like Slack and Cisco Spark to achieve productivity efficiencies, better customer service, effective communication with remote teams, and more.
Innovative technologies enable businesses to gain new levels of efficiency each year, and 2016 was no exception.
In 2016, Gartner cited device mesh, adaptive security architecture, and Internet of Things (IoT) platforms as key trends, with connectivity being a key theme throughout their list of top trends.
As a greater number of devices, machines, and apps gained the ability to connect with one another, greater system infrastructures and adaptive security solutions had to be developed to protect the ever-widening web of connected devices.
If you’re struggling to keep up with your company’s growing IT demands, but you’re not ready to hire another full-time staff member, hiring a managed service provider (MSP) might be the answer.
MSPs come in every size and specialization. Some exclusively offer full-service support, while others are more than happy to augment your existing IT team’s efforts.
Every day, security professionals face a changing threat landscape, which is characterized by sophisticated attacks, targeted emails, and major profit motive.
According to the FBI, ransomware is quickly approaching a $1 billion annual market, and attackers no longer spare schools and libraries from their attacks.
Welcome to the first ever InaCOMP InSights blog post! Sharing tips, tricks, and best practices learned over the last 35 years as an innovative technology service provider has been a dream of mine for a long time, and I’m overjoyed to announce that we are finally making the time to share valuable industry insights with you weekly.