Major researchers estimate there will be tens of billions of devices – computers, smartphones, tablets, and sensors – connected to the Internet by 2020. This number will continue to grow at a rapid pace for the next several decades.
With major technology companies and startups seriously embracing IoT strategies, The Inaugural IoT Summit will bring together corporate, entrepreneurs and investors alike, under one roof, to explore how the Internet of Things means business. And MJ Flood Technology is proud to be a headline sponsor at this important event.
Windows Server 2003 End of Support
On July 14th, 2015 Windows Server 2003 will go end of support. This means no more security updates, patches or bug fixes. And if you’re running this operating system on one or more of your servers, that means your IT infrastructure could be open to attack after this date.
I have spent over 15 months working in a pre-sales role for a large partner of ours in the UK. In this role, I specialised in Microsoft Office 365 and the story around the ‘Modern Business’.
It’s a simple concept really; you embrace cloud computing by moving your infrastructure and applications into the cloud. This introduces you and your staff to a standardised technology platform, new ways of remote working and those who really understand the benefits start to look at higher level applications such as business intelligence and “Big Data”. Data analytics is a lot easier to do with the horse power of the cloud behind you but also makes it accessible to small and medium sized businesses from a cost and technology perspective.
We would like to invite you to an Arcserve UDP Technical Bootcamp on Thursday 28th May, where you will have the chance to become a technically accredited Arcserve expert.
Over the course of a day, you can expect to gain a comprehensive technical understanding of the Arcserve UDP solution, covering Backup, Unified Data Protection, Replication, Virtual Standby & Continuous High Availability. The course also covers the Arcserve Unified Data Protection Update 3!
By Paul Caffrey, senior cloud solutions consultant, MJ Flood Technology
Moving your email to the cloud is no longer a trend setting move. Many businesses have been using cloud-based email for years and it has become a relatively mature technology. However, if your business email is only now making the leap to the cloud, here are three tips to make the transition easier.