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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

How to Downsize Your IT When You Downsize Your Office Footprint

In the wake of the pandemic, many companies are decreasing their office footprint. According to a survey published in May 2023 by real estate firm CBRE, 44% of companies have reduced their real estate space over the last three years, and 53% plan space reductions in the next three years, citing the increase in hybrid work, inefficiencies in their portfolio, and a desire to cut costs. For many companies, downsizing their offices also means downsizing their IT infrastructure but without losing access, functionality, or compromising on security. All this is possible with the transition to cloud technologies and DaaS (Desktop as a Service) in particular.

What if Your Firm Never Had to Buy Another PC?

For many firms, adding headcount means shopping for new computers. Depending on your needs, you may pay anywhere from $400 for a basic desktop with limited storage space to $3,500 for a high-quality PC with a large hard drive but the shopping doesn’t stop there. Growing firms need incremental server storage upgrades, and every few years, PCs and servers become antiquated and must be replaced. But there is an alternative: By moving to the cloud, your firm could avoid ever having to buy another PC.

Making Hoteling Work: Benefits and Implementation Tips for Your Firm

Many companies have changed the way they work, with many adopting some form of a flexible workplace. According to a 2022 survey of 25,000 American workers by McKinsey and Ipsos, 58% reported that they had the opportunity to work from home at least one day a week. As companies have transitioned to a flexible workplace model, many have turned to hoteling as a system for managing their hybrid workforces. When done right, hoteling can provide many benefits for both employers and employees.

Private vs. Public Cloud | Learn the Difference

The great cloud migration was accelerated by the pandemic, when hybrid and remote work environments were adopted on a large scale, thus increasing demand for the flexibility, efficiency, and security that cloud solutions provide. By 2026, cloud will be the fundamental underlying platform for 75% of organizations, predicts research firm Gartner. When choosing a cloud solution, it is important for companies to understand the difference between public and private clouds.

The Unexpected Benefits of Hybrid Work

As many firms continue to embrace a hybrid work environment, others are still on the fence. While fully remote and always in-office both have their advantages, a hybrid work environment combines the best of both arrangements. As firms seek to compete for top talent, improve work-life balance, and enhance their productivity, the advantages of a hybrid work model are becoming increasingly clear. Here are a few unexpected benefits of a hybrid work environment.

Annual Update 2023

Despite the unpredictability of 2022, Tabush Group rose to the challenge and demonstrated our strength as innovators. Our pursuit to be better led us to improve our technical landscape, streamline our personnel processes, and enhance our internal and external communications. Above all else, we delivered outstanding service to our clients that exceeded expectations. Read our annual update below for an in-depth look at our progress in 2022 and a glimpse into our plans for the future.

How to Evaluate Cloud Desktop Solutions for Your Law Firm

With many law firms requiring a more flexible workspace, cloud-based business solutions continue to grow in popularity. One such solution, Desktop as a Service (DaaS), moves your desktops, servers, applications, and files to a secure, private cloud. This allows your attorneys and staff to safely access their desktops from anywhere, on any device. As the number of DaaS providers continues to grow, it can be challenging to find the right partner for your firm. When vetting a DaaS provider, there are several important factors to keep in mind.

5 Elements of a Good BYOD Policy

With the prevalence of remote and hybrid work, many firms have implemented a bring your own device (BYOD) policy. While allowing employees to use their personal devices for work can increase flexibility and cut down on costs, a lax approach increases the risk of security and data breaches. Here are 5 ways to improve your firm’s BYOD policy and keep your data secure.

Choosing the Right Cloud: SaaS, DaaS, IaaS, or PaaS?

Businesses and professional service firms are becoming increasingly reliant on cloud services to support their technology needs. But with a variety of options available, finding the right cloud service for your business can feel overwhelming. Before you make the switch, here are the various cloud services and the advantages they offer.