Monthly Archives: December 2013
Insuring Your Business With Monitoring-as-a-Service!
Monitoring-as-a-Service is gaining momentum at a continuous pace among the managed service providers. The service and solution providers that serve the enterprise end-users strive to provide the service as an add-on to their hosting and cloud monitoring services. The concept of monitoring has become the need of the hour and you must have a better […]Read More
Use the Power of Big Data to Fetch Out the Right Information!!
Gone are those days, when they used to say that IT and marketing departments are the corners apart. With the advent of Big data and social media, the trends have drastically changed! Now, the customers are active over the digital or virtual world and all their buying decisions are tech-savvy. This is the bottom line […]Read More
Plan Disaster Recovery, Not Just For Your Data, But Program Too!
When we talk about disaster recovery, what everyone is concerned about is data backup. But, it’s not just about data, what about the software and applications? Software applications form a crucial part of your business operations and are inevitable for business continuity. Thus, it is necessary to protect them and make them accessible in event […]Read More
Capitalize Your Investments By Selecting The Right E-mail Server
Nowadays, it is nearly impossible to run any business without e-mail. It has become the most authentic source of exchanging business critical and confidential information among the business partners, associates, employees, etc. E-mail server serves as the central focal point of the entire e-mail system. It receives mail from an e-mail client and […]Read More
Switch To Managed VPS Hosting From Traditional Web Hosting
Till last year, the companies looking for good traffic mainly relied on shared web hosting or dedicated hosting services. But, they badly suffered with certain bottlenecks such as limited control and no direct access to server in shared hosting, while the major issue with dedicated hosting was extensively high costs. The trend was broken […]Read More