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Moving to the Cloud requires a fast, reliable network to ensure high availability to Cloud applications and their data. Critical systems including Cloud backup, SaaS, VDI, VoIP and other critical systems need consistent broadband access to ensure employee productivity, compliance and keep customer service levels high. This begs the question, is your network ready for the Cloud?
Should you care about how your employees protect their personal passwords? Depending on your password policy in the workplace, your employees may create passwords based on familiar passwords they use for personal use. Cybercriminals often hack personal websites for privacy information, including username and passwords, so they can gain access to internal systems. Offering tips to your employees on creating strong passwords may help you protect your valuable corporate data.
Data protection isn’t just about reliably backing up your application data and files. It is also important to be able to rapidly restore data in the event of data loss. In addition to natural disasters, cyberthreat and human error drive the need for a solid data protection plan and reliable network performance.
Migrating to the Cloud can be bumpy if you are not prepared. Chances are you have already started migrating to the Cloud. Without realizing it, you may be accessing the Cloud by using mobile and web based applications and services that store and share your data from the Cloud. According to International Data Corporation, (IDC) public IT Cloud services (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS) spending will reach $127 billion in 2018.
Are your IT Systems on the naughty or nice list? Do you proactively monitor your networks for compliance, cyberthreat and performance? Are your data back ups up to date? Have you begun your migration to the Cloud? Are you getting the most from your broadband network? Have you trained your employees on the risks of cybersecurity attacks and do they change their passwords regularly? Here is a list of things to add to your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2016.
Having a Business Continuity Plan is an important way to ensure your company can operate during and after a disaster. By assessing your business risk, you are able to protect your company and minimize downtime that may occur from unplanned business interruptions. Natural disasters including fire, earthquake, flooding and snowstorms can slow or halt operations. In addition, other threats including cyber attacks and data leaks can cause unplanned disruptions to your business. The impact of prolonged unplanned downtime can be reduced and or eliminated.
Salt Lake City, UT – May 5, 2015 – Dynamic Network Advisors, the premier telecommunications agency, announced its partnership today with Shane Speakman as Vice President of Sales, effective immediately. Speakman comes to Dynamic from XO Communications, an Icahn Enterprises company, where he served as National Partner Sales Manager.
Salt Lake City, UT – April 21, 2015 – Dynamic Network Advisors, the premier telecommunications agency, appointed Chris Seeley as Vice President of Business Development today. Seeley’s telecommunications experience dates back to the early 2000’s where he proved himself as one of Integra’s top performing representatives year after year.
Salt Lake City, UT December 4, 2014 – Dynamic Network Advisors hosted an open house to thank our clients and to tour our new offices. DNA has moved to larger offices at 6770 S 900 East in Midvale, Utah. Dynamic Network Advisors offers a range of technologies, including traditional voice, data, cloud, data center, colocation and telecom expense management solutions.
Orange County, CA March 25, 2014 – Dynamic Network Advisors today announced Barbara Sisler has accepted the position of Director of Operations for DNA. Barbara joins the team from Integra Telecom is now responsible for customer care and account management for the Dynamic Network Advisor Customer Base. Barbara will build and manage a Customer Account Management (CAM) team. Dynamic Network Advisors offers a range of technologies including; traditional voice, data, cloud, data center, colocation and telecom expense management solutions.