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The Kelser Blog covers technology and business topics such as Cybersecurity, IT Lifecycle Management, Modern Data Center, Workforce Enablement, and more.

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How to Make Sure You Have Disaster-Ready Data Backups

By: Matt Kozloski
September 25th, 2017

Backing up your data is a necessity. There are simply too many ways in which data can be lost, ransomed, or compromised in some way. Your original information can get deleted - by accident or on purpose. Your system or network can fail. A hurricane or tornado can strike.   That’s why you have another copy safe and sound. It’s why you also have a disaster recovery plan in place to make sure your data is safe. You do have a disaster recovery plan, right?

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Cybersecurity | Executive Consulting

NIST 800-171 Implementation for Connecticut Companies

By: Matt Kozloski
August 10th, 2017

Trust can be a precarious thing. One mistake could ruin it forever. You spend so much time and energy building trust with your customers, vendors, contractors, and partners, that the last thing you want to do is lose it, particularly over non-compliance. Believe it or not, record keeping and data handling is critical to maintaining that trust.

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IT Lifecycle Management | Executive Consulting

Why You Need an IT Consultant

By: Matt Kozloski
February 20th, 2017

Why you need an IT consultant is the same reason why you need innovation at the workplace—the continued and sustained growth of your company. In a fast-paced world of increased consumer choice and quick-moving competitors, innovation through use of technology isn’t just a nice thing to have; it’s essential for growth. Many organizations don’t have the time or resources to achieve technological gains in house. They usually have other day-to-day responsibilities that consume their time leaving little left to think about innovative strategies. Technology, when applied properly, doesn’t just benefit the IT department—it helps every part of the business run more smoothly and achieve at a higher level.

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Modern Data Center | Executive Consulting

Why You Should Care About VDI in Higher Education

By: Matt Kozloski
March 30th, 2016

Kelser’s VP of Professional Services, Matt Kozloski, and Manchester Community College’s Director of Technology, Barry Grant, spoke recently at NERCOMP’s annual conference in Providence, RI. They presented, “A VDI Design for Cultural Change” to a packed crowd of IT professionals that practice in the educational space. Their presentation shared the journey of bringing VDI to MCC. Read the recap of the event here.   Here are Matt’s thoughts about the conference and his reflections on the benefits of virtualization in higher education.

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IT Lifecycle Management | Executive Consulting

4 Best Practices For IT Asset Management

By: Kelser
February 24th, 2016

With the proliferation of devices in the workplace, IT asset management is turning from a 'nice-to-have' to a 'must-have' concept. It’s no longer acceptable from a high-level IT perspective to have a smattering of devices without knowing relevant, critical information about them such as how old devices are, what components they use, what they cost (then and now), their effect on network security, and their expiry date.  

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8 Project Management Tips for IT Professionals

By: Adam Stahl
February 10th, 2016

Project management is a challenge in any vertical with hurdles that include changing deadlines, high expectations, constantly-changing requests, team cooperation, and of course the simple fact that at least one thing will go disastrously wrong. On top of that, IT specifically has its own unique challenges.

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