Implementing a Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Plan for the New Year

2020 has taught us many valuable lessons. Most of all, it’s readily apparent how important it is for every organization to prepare for a crisis. From the sudden shift to remote work to the impact of illness and quarantine to the recent Nashville bombing incident that caused widespread internet outage throughout an entire region, there was no way to fully prepare for what this year threw our way. Read More

WiFi 6: Leveraging the Next Generation of Wireless

We live in an age of perpetual, constant connectivity. The events of 2020 have shown just how reliant we are on high-speed wireless connectivity as tens of millions of employees work from home alongside their children shifting to remote learning. Whether it’s a busy office or a packed household, it’s not uncommon for several people to be streaming data-hungry video conversations over WiFi.  Read More

Digital Transformation Trends IT Leaders Should Focus on Right Now

In March 2020, millions of office workers became work-from-home employees overnight. Hundreds of these workers are still working from home offices or kitchen tables; and others are taking on hybrid working roles, in which they work some days from home and some from the office, on a rotating schedule. Read More