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When a system user has a question, the IT help desk technicians are one of the first to respond. Help desks have evolved in the recent years allowing remote technicians to provide services equal to those provided by an on-site technician. Help desks assist users with system difficulties and are usually managed through a ticketing system. Here are four critical functions that every IT help desk should offer.
The amount of data being collected and processed is vastly increasing and so are the number of data centers offering services to businesses of all sizes. The process of selecting the right data center can be confusing with so many elements to look out for. Sorting through your options will be easier using the following tips on finding the right Los Angeles data center. 
A computer network allows different devices to talk to one another in order to share data. A network can consist of computers, IoT devices, switches, routers, and event wireless access points. Devices use networks to communicate and access the Internet. Let's take a look at some of the elements and basics of computer networking. 
Data security accounts for protecting data against a breach, corruption, or unauthorized access. Sub-par data security puts your business at risk for a cyber-breach, software glitch, or even a malware attack. Take a look at this 5-step data security checklist to see if your network is safe from disruption.
Whether or not your company has a standard vendor selection process, you need to account for these 4 common mistakes companies make when selecting a managed services provider. Having a reliable provider can make business operations run smoother, processes more efficient, and communication easier. Don't be one of the companies that overlooks important aspects of an MSP. Take a look at these four red flags we've identified when selecting an MSP.
Business challenges are constantly changing due to the rapid expansion of technology. From small to large organizations across all industries, the responsibility of IT infrastructure management is becoming more important. This entails the management of elements of information technology which allow effective and efficient utilization. Elements such as computers, servers, software and more are all components of infrastructure management which aligns with an organization's strategy and operations. 
Businesses in every industry have adopted technology in one way or another. It has become a part of day to day operations, from processing payments, to communicating with clients, to advertising on television. Organizations use technology to speed up systems, engage with customers, sell products, and more. Consumers are using technology more than ever to search for and purchase products, research companies, post on social media, etc. It is clear that the use of technology is at an all time high, which means that businesses must keep up with managing and updating their technology. 
In the age of WiFi, Ethernet cables may seem outdated, but the reality is that Ethernet cables are one of the most popular forms of network cables for wired networks. They connect various devices, such as computers and routers, within a local area network (LAN). Use different types of cables for different purposes. Keep reading to learn more about the limitations and types of cables as well as more information on "What is an Ethernet cable".
Businesses of all sizes have data, which means they're at risk of losing data. Many SMBs don't take the precaution of safely store data, which increases the chance of a data breach. We have put together a list of tips that will help improve your data storage.
The Cloud era is upon is and it's not just a fad, but a completely new way of delivering and consuming data. The cloud makes it possible for IT service providers to deliver services more efficiently. It is important for businesses to understand the basics of the cloud since this technology is currently in use and will continue to gain popularity. You have more than likely been using cloud services in some way or another without even realizing it. Take a look at these 4 examples of what the cloud is not.