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Working with clients who vacillate on choices of backup and disaster recovery is an interesting part of my job. Looking at automated onsite/offsite, manually managed solutions, file-level, image-level, desktop backups and other options.
In the past 5 or 6 weeks – 3 of my clients have asked for a forensic email search and recovery – for esteemed counsel… Legally, it is crucial to have the right tools and solutions in place to make sure that recovery is easy and complete.
Business leaders considering Cloud CRM vs On-Premise - this is a conversation I have quite often have with both customers currently using Microsoft CRM On-premise and companies evaluating CRM. First let's start with the main benefits of cloud computing:
Increase/Decrease capacity - Cloud based systems have the ability to increase and decrease capacity as needed.
Small companies with limited resources should not overlook disaster recovery and business continuity.
Businesses can experience disasters at any time, making it difficult to respond to disruptions ranging from weather-related incidents to power failures.
In the past you would need a truck to steal 10,000 patient’s charts. Now – in about a minute flat – you can download a report out of any EMR/EHR solution, copy it to a thumb drive and walk out with it in your scrubs’ pocket.
I asked about the next 5 years but that questions should be revised to “What is your cloud vision for the next 12 months?” That sounds like an really aggressive timetable to switch up your game plan. right. Wrongo!!
We are constantly evaluating and re-evaluating end-of-life systems, expiring warranty and support agreements; recommending virtual and cloud environments. Beringer will educate your people on new technology