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Small businesses tend to grow gradually due to a lack of resources like IT support in Connecticut. Many small companies don't even think about outsourcing, although it has many cost-saving advantages. Here are reasons why outsourcing to an experienced IT firm can help accelerate your business growth:
Equifax made some serious mishaps lately, both technically and incident response. What’s really disturbing: while this is the largest, this is not an isolated incident. We won’t cover the details here, since there are plenty of sources where you can find information about the breach, its consequences, and what has happened after that. What we will cover is some thoughts around what we can all learn from the events leading up to, during, and after the breach. At Kelser, we don’t want any company to fall victim to the same incident and aftermath that Equifax did. We match our recommendations to our clients’ business objectives, establishing a comprehensive and multi-layered strategy to manage risk before, during and after a cybersecurity incident.
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You trust Kelser to help solve your business problems and leverage technology to move your business forward. Similarly, we trust our Partners to offer us best-of-breed solutions to help us achieve these goals. That’s why we choose to work with the best in the industry and we wanted to applaud one of them, Datto, for their recent efforts.
“We’re really excited to start creating our disaster recovery plan!” Said no one, ever. Perhaps it’s not the most exciting project, but do you want to know what’s less fun than working on a disaster recovery plan? Working to fix a disaster that happened with no contingency in place. Just like having insurance, a disaster recovery plan is designed so that when the worst happens you have support, guidance and resources to correct the issue and move on. From a technology standpoint, this is essential for business continuity, and in some cases, compliance. One misconception about disaster planning is that it’s some huge gorilla of a project that requires significant effort and investment. The truth is it doesn’t have to be, and there are a lot of things you can do on a small scale that have a big effect.