Microsoft 365 & Google Apps

Microsoft Office 365 has overtaken Google Apps as the top vendor of cloud-based office productivity software, but does that mean that it is the correct office suite for your organization?

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Data Center/Colocation

What should you do before searching for a Colocation Provider? What are your business requirements and growth plans? And most importantly, what are you looking to achieve?

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Security-as-a-service (SaaS)

Target...Kaspersky Labs...Home Depot....Sony Pictures...eBay...what do they have in common? HACKED! The question you should be asking is how to keep your company off this notorious list?

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Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Microsoft Azure , Amazon Web Services, and Google Compute Engine are the three lead dogs in cloud infrastructure services. Why? And what does this mean to your organization?

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Desktop as a Service (DaaS)

Desktop as a Service (DaaS) is the delivery of a virtual desktop(VDI) offered as a hosted service by a service provider. But how do you know if you are a good candidate for Desktop as a Service?

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Disaster Recovery as a Service

Enterprise recovery planning identifies potential business risks, minimizes potential for occurrence and develops actions to respond and recover from a business interruption. Are you ready?

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Microsoft 365 & Google Apps

An online productivity service is a type of office suite offered by websites in the form of software as a service. They can be accessed online from any Internet-enabled device running any operating system. While Microsoft 365 and Google Apps are the preffered choice for Enterprises, their are other options for the SMB to mid-market companies. teXium is available to discuss what is the best choice for your organization..

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Data Center/Colocation

Colocation has become a popular option for companies with midsize to enterprise IT needs. It allows companies to focus their IT staff on the actual work being done, instead of the logistical support needs which underlie the work. Typical data center engagments are 5 to 7 years (time companies utilize the same co-lo provider). That is why it is vital to choose a provider who not only meets your current needs but can also meet your future requirements.

 

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Security-As-A-Service (SaaS)

Your company’s daily operations are increasingly dependent upon Internet technology, email, and your network infrastructure. Intrusions, spyware, viruses and hackers can threaten your critical business communications every day. And the potential cost in terms of revenue and productivity could be debilitating. You’ve made protecting your business a top priority; but defending against sophisticated attacks can be complicated and time-consuming. teXium can help by determining the needs of your organization and then evaluating the breadth of Managed Security services available..

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Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS)

Your company’s daily operations are increasingly dependent upon Internet technology, email, and your network infrastructure. Intrusions, spyware, viruses and hackers threaten your critical business communications every day, and the potential cost in terms of revenue and productivity can be debilitating. You’ve made protecting your business a top priority; but defending against sophisticated attacks can be complicated and time-consuming. teXium can help by determining the needs of your organization and then evaluating the breadth of Managed Security services available..

 

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Desktop As A Service (DaaS)

DaaS solutions provide complete access to apps and data from a secure, customized cloud desktop, typically on any mobile device. Its VDI, without the internal resources needed to implement, manage and support. The benefits are financial (OpEx vs CapEx) and operational (extremely scalable both Up and Down), and significantly reduce security concerns. Explore today if this technology works for your business.

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Disaster Recovery As A Service

The teXium business continuity team can benefit your organization by assessing your current level of preparedness for an unplanned event and implementing Disaster Recovery as a Service. Utilizing DRaaS provides businesses with a variety of cost-effective ways to replicate (and recover) critical application and data center infrastructure to a cloud environment. teXium takes the program one step further with a program that provides timely plan re-evaluation and program updates..