Morris Tabush, on April 2, 2019 at 7:15 AM
Over the past few years, moving desktops and servers to the cloud has become an increasingly attractive and popular option for businesses that rely on their IT to be secure, reliable, and accessible. Once a business makes the decision to move their desktops to the cloud, there are dozens of factors to consider and many providers to choose from.
Here are 6 of the most important factors to consider when moving desktops to the cloud.
If you’re a small CPA firm (think 10-50 employees), your IT scenario is probably as follows: You have a local IT consultant or MSP that you rely on and trust to help you make the right IT decisions for your firm. Perhaps you have someone in-house to help with desktop support (either a dedicated person or the employee who is stuck being the go-to for support in addition to his or her regular job), and every so often, when faced with an IT problem (outage, security breach or employee complaint) or large expense (repair, replacement, or upgrade), you find yourself wondering if there’s a better way.
In case you missed yesterday's presentation by Morris Tabush and Barron Henley at the ABA TECHSHOW 2019, We Don't Need No Stinking Server! (Or Do We?), here is a fabulous visual summary.
Tabush Group will be at ABA TECHSHOW 2019 tomorrow through Friday in Chicago. Stop by booth #1010 to chat with Morris Tabush and Darragh Fitzpatrick to learn about how we simplify your IT so you can focus on growing your practice. We'd love the opportunity to meet with you, answer your IT questions, and better understand your firm's goals.
Most cloud providers have a huge vulnerability and it's up to businesses to close this big security gap. Sound scary? It is. But it does not have to be.
Morris Tabush, on January 23, 2019 at 9:33 AM
What does the recent news of possible trouble at Evernote mean for businesses who rely on cloud services?
Deborah Kaplan, on January 7, 2019 at 11:00 AM
As we close out another successful year and look ahead to 2019, it’s a good time to reflect on what topics you – our clients and subscribers – found most compelling. Interestingly, the most read blog posts this year fell pretty neatly into 3 categories.