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How Cloud Computing Can Help Your Staff Succeed at Working Remotely

With COVID-19, a Sudden Transition The fast conversion to remote work due to the coronavirus pandemic has been a bumpy road for all. Some companies have weathered the transition better than others, and in most cases those companies had already moved their data to the cloud. Others have been playing massive catch up, as they struggle to migrate legacy systems…

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Green Information Technology Solutions for a Better Future

Green IT, Improve IT, Sustain IT Implement green information technology solutions and save on energy consumption, resource allocation, and financial expenditures. Consider moving to the cloud to free up internal resources, and implement a longterm remote work plan to reduce commutes and keep the air clean. Using innovative consolidation techniques, cloud computing platforms, and intelligent energy management solutions, LimeTech can…

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10 Advantages of Cloud Computing in 2020

The Cloud is the Message The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened theneed for companies to adopt digital businessmodels—and only cloud platforms can provide theagility, scalability, and innovation required for thistransition.From The Recovery Will be Digital McKinsey and Company The fast pivot to remote work has motivated company leaders to rapidly embrace cloud computing. Cloud platforms and cloud data storage solutions deliver…

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Cloud Computing: Key to Business Resilience in Tough Times

With COVID-19, Fast Pivots are the Norm The coronavirus pandemic forced many businesses into an unanticipated pivot to remote work and telecommuting. Companies of all sizes now face massive pressures to be more adaptable, flexible, and innovative. Meanwhile, pinched by an economy thrown into massive recession, businesses have been forced to seek new markets or rapidly downsize. The rules of…

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Onboarding Remote Workers in the Age of COVID-19

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and a hard pivot to remote work, it is likely your HR team has their hands full onboarding or offboarding employees. This process is closely tied to many IT practices. Here are some areas to consider when onboarding remote workers in the age of COVID-19. Provide a Clear Confidential Data Policy and an…

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Website Hosting and Security in the Age of COVID-19

More than ever, your website is one of your company’s most valuable assets. As business moves increasingly online, you should be taking active measures to protect the integrity of your web presence. Here are some questions to ask yourself as you analyze your website hosting and security in the age of COVID-19. Is your website secure, updated, and supported by…

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9 Surprising Ways Converting to Remote Work May Benefit Your Company in the Long Run

COVID-19 has demanded hard, fast change from business owners and workers alike. After facing the pain of suddenly converting to remote work, you might also discover some surprising advantages. Here are just a few ways working remotely may benefit your company and your team over time: Reduced commutes = time saved and a generally happier team.Less absenteeism. With fewer impediments…

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Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan in the Age of COVID-19

While it may seem like working through a pandemic is your worst-case scenario, you should still take time to cover all the bases. With your location quiet and your team disbursed, you may be more vulnerable than ever to emergency situations. Take time to shore up your IT Disaster Recovery Plan to protect your business from other disasters such as…

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Business Location Security in the Age of COVID-19

Your team has gone remote and your location is either not in operation, or only partly so. However, your office space is still home to valuable equipment and data. While you’re away from the office, don’t neglect oversight of your business location security. Here are some of the areas you should consider when auditing your business location security in the…

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Remote Work Series: Laptop Provisioning, Management, and Safety

In the midst of a hard pivot to a remote work model, it's easy to become lax in the management of company devices--especially laptop provisioning. In fact, whether you're shipping out laptops to a slew of new hires or you're converting to a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) model, your IT team is bound to have their hands full. While COVID-19 has made…

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