If you have never experienced a data loss yourself, you most likely know at least one person who has. The loss can not only be upsetting personally, but if you are a small business owner it can actually threaten the survival of your business. For all sorts of reasons, data protection security needs to be a priority for anyone dependent on computer or Internet use.
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Colocation facilities provide space, power, cooling, and physical security for the server, storage and networking equipment of other firms and connect them to a variety of telecommunications and network service providers with a minimum of cost and difficulty. Colocation has consistently proven to provide small businesses with a range of benefits no other alternative can match.
With the rise of VoIP technology, many businesses are pursuing this advancement in communication for many reasons including, but not limited to, its cost effective nature and its quality and functionality over landlines. But with these new benefits come vulnerabilities as well. Many organizations are not prepared for the network exposures accompanied by VoIP telephony.
Cloud computing applications are everywhere. Almost all of us use this technology every day when we’re on our phone devices as smartphone apps use cloud computing to let you store and access data. But what exactly is cloud computing and how can your company benefit from it?
Petronella Technology Group has partnered with Zultys to provide businesses in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina and the Triangle Area with Unified Communications Solutions, PBX and VOIP Services. VoIP Phone Systems build the bottom line of your business. The solutions are efficient, reliable, highly integrated and scalable from 10-1000+ users. True “All-in-One” IP phone systems and Unified Communications Solutions
Petronella Technology Group, Inc. a leading Cloud & Managed IT Services Provider in Raleigh, NC has secured an exclusive partnership in North Carolina with ProPalms, a global provider of application delivery and secure remote access solutions for Terminal Services (RDP) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructures (VDI) to offer customers a complete server based management solution that extends Microsoft Terminal Services offering features such as application publishing, virtual desktop broker, seamless windows, resource based load balancing, simple web based management, session management, server health monitoring Reporting, Virtual IP, Single Port Relay, Universal Print Driver, Application Access via Desktop Shortcut, Windows Start Menu or Browser-based Application LaunchPad.
Microsoft is cancelling all support and security updates for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. Businesses still operating on Windows XP are have to migrate off the 12 year old operating system as experts warn that a tsunami of malware attacks is expected. The Windows XP user base has declined drastically since early 2013 as users upgrade to Windows 7 or 8. But there are still many business out there that have not made the switch. Some are in denial about the urgent need to upgrade. They believe that it is unreasonable to make a costly change if there system is still working in spite of all the warnings. Others are sticking with Windows XP because they need it to run business critical applications. For those that need Windows XP to run critical programs you may have looked into alternate software or the cost to rewrite the program. These solutions are extremely costly! Custom software is expensive and the cost of training your employees to use new software is pricey and labor intensive. But thankfully there is another option—virtualization software.