Month: September 2017

Remote Desktop Access: Keeping You Connected to Your Information

Remote-desktopping from your mobile device may not be perfect, but it often beats the alternatives. With their large displays, full-size keyboards and ergonomic pointing devices — and with all of your programs and data right there — it’s hard to beat desktop computers for comfortable, productive work. But when you’re away from the office, you …

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How IT Can Make Peace with Consumer Productivity Applications

The headlines blare: “59 Best Productivity Apps!” “20 Great Productivity Apps for Android, iOS and the Web.” Then there’s the more subtle: “The Best Apps for People With Too Much to Do.” These articles are wildly popular. Time-strapped people hoping to ‘hack’ their work processes click, read… and download. This doesn’t thrill the IT department. …

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Disaster Recovery: Ready or Not?

When information and communication systems are disrupted, it’s much more than an inconvenience. Digital records and legal documents can be lost, employee and customer trust can be weakened, and productivity and revenue can be threatened severely. As we have seen during events such as natural disasters, situations that shut down business-critical systems and applications for …

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How Will Data Sovereignty Affect the Future of Your Company’s Data?

Recently, the United States joined 11 other Pacific nations in announcing the completion of negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade agreement seeking to boost trade and investment throughout the Asia-Pacific region while addressing a host of thorny issues, including tariffs, copyright protections, and labor standards. While the TPP must still be debated and …

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