Mid-range storage arrays vary in capacity, assets and capabilities depending on the needs of the company. Needed storage can range from a few terabytes (TB) to over 250TB for some businesses. In most cases, mid-range storage will best suit small to medium-sized businesses rather than larger companies that tend to need enterprise-level and high-end arrays. Through OMNIA Partners, Private Sector's IT Hardware Support program, Curvature can help determine your best and most efficient maintenance options for mid-range storage by evaluating your IT support, assessing the storage needs of your business and analyzing existing service agreements.
How does Konica Minolta’s IT Services division, All Covered, help businesses function, grow and deal with the increasing complexity that remains a challenge for an in-house only IT department?
The uptick in mobile and remote work over the past several years has changed the footprint of today’s workplace. With fewer employees working 9 – 5 in the traditional office setting, the need for rows upon rows of cubicles has fallen by the wayside and the open office floor plan has become the new norm. No longer reserved exclusively for tech-startups, open office spaces present a new workplace dynamic. With fewer physical walls in the office, boundaries are naturally broken down and conversations between teams can become more natural, free-flowing and collaborative.
When was the last time you actually looked at your telecom bills?
It is hard to read any technology industry news these days without seeing an announcement of a security breach. This was most recently evidenced with the Equifax cyber attack that is estimated to have affected 143 million Americans.
OMNIA Partners routinely invites industry experts to share insights on achieving manufacturing and business success. In this post, Digital Strategist, Danish Wadhwa, discusses how you can keep your company cyber-safe and secure.
A survey by Nationwide informs that about eight in 10 small business owners do not have a plan to respond to the cyber-attack, even though most of them (63%) have previously suffered from at least one type of cyber-attack.
When your enterprise initially purchased your IT hardware the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) likely provided a warranty to help you protect your investment. But once that warranty expires how do you handle maintenance? How do you continue to maintain hardware reliability and cost competitiveness without adding risk to your operation? A third-party maintenance provider (TPM) can help extend the life of your IT hardware without practicing the dreaded ‘rip and replace’ motto that many OEMs operate under.
IT and Telecom departments operate with one major objective: enable the business by implementing and maintaining the proper tools and technologies, including:
A recent PwC report estimates that by the year 2020, over 50 percent of the workforce will be comprised of Millennials. And by the year 2025, that number could jump to almost 75 percent of employees in the workforce. These numbers are forcing business leaders to focus on the way that 18-35 year-olds communicate and make spending decisions on the tools and solutions that will future-proof their enterprise. Moreover, with younger employees changing jobs roughly every three years, it becomes more vital than ever to ensure that communications tools are in place to retain good employees and foster cohesiveness across business units.