Business Continuity – Disrupted by Natural Disasters

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16.10.17

Business Continuity – Disrupted by Natural Disasters

Unfortunately, “The Year of Natural Diasters,” is the real life story line for so many businesses affected this year by natural disasters. Centralized Solutions, Managing Partner, CathyAnn Sarra states, “At Centralized Solutions we believe in building business continuity plans with “protective planning ” solutions for our clients.” Sarra says, “We know protection planning is a vital survival necessity every business should take with their IT infrastructure and we are here to help provide that for our clients.”

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Understanding The Focused Inbox

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06.03.17

With Focused Inbox, Outlook is improving upon its email organization software, allowing your company to organize its messages more efficiently.

From sending formal company letters to making quick updates to delivering marketing material, email is essential to the modern workplace. Focused Inbox from Microsoft Outlook allows your company to organize its emails more effectively, prioritizing messages to ensure that you see the most important information first.

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The New “As a Service” Computer Revolution

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02.03.17

There is a revolution taking place in the computer industry that will effect IT for years to come. It started with the cloud and has grown to cover every imaginable IT function.

Every business has heard buzz about the “cloud.” What is it? – a single location in the Ethernet, a load of energy floating around the atmosphere, or perhaps the cloud is found in a satellite in the sky that is orbiting the earth? Nope, the “cloud” is none of these. The cloud is a place with many servers available for your company to lease monthly to host your data and programs. Providers of cloud services are sometimes called “server farms” as they have racks and racks of servers. However, the cloud now includes a number of services that are best described as being in the *aaS (*item as a Service) realm.

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