Unfortunately for Florida, Mother Nature did not get the memo telling her to take it easy after the COVID outbreak and has instead decided to throw an "above average hurricane season" our way. This could have a major impact on businesses still in recovery mode as enduring a major storm right after the outbreak could prove impossible.
You own a small business, and you’ve been doing just fine without a dedicated IT guy. Your business, however, like everything else these days, depends on technology: email, phones, databases, documents, spreadsheets, and, maybe even software unique to your industry. How then, do you know when it is time to bring in some professional IT support? Let's take a look at three of the most common signs:
The Conora virus outbreak has had a dramatic impact on businesses across the countries but remote work capabilities have allowed companies to maintain operations while keeping their teams safe. The benefits are obvious, while the country is in lock down employees are able to connect and collaborate where ever they are, and the best part is once enabled companies can always take advantage of their remote network no matter the situation.
Cloud technology has been around for decades but it wasn't until 2006, when Eric Schmidt, Google's then CEO, reintroduced the term 'cloud computing' at an industry conference, that it took on it's modern day meaning. Since then, cloud technology has boomed made obvious by the now thousands of cloud-based business apps and over 83% of company workloads being stored on the cloud! 
So, with so many businesses already taking advantage of the cloud and the seemly limitless capabilities the cloud can offer, how can your company best take advantage of cloud technology?
Earlier this week ABC 7 My Suncoast News reached out to ask us some questions about payment methods available to consumers today and the different level of security each afford the end user. We explored some of the most popular methods on the market and gave some situations where you might want to use one over the other.
Let's take a look at the pros and cons of each option so you can decide which method is best for you!