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Unified Communications Is Changing How We Work

February 24, 2015 By the DynaSis Team Unified communications―a service found in many VoIP phone solutions that extends communication by incorporating location, availability and notification―is changing the way companies and their personnel do business. For example, no longer are customers forced to leave a message at 4:55 pm on Friday and wait for a call back on Monday,... Read full article...

Mobile Device Security: Protect and Educate

February 17, 2015 By the DynaSis Team Despite the fact that mobile threats are increasing exponentially (mobile malware jumped 75% in 2014, alone), an astonishing percentage of mobile phones have no security protections, at all. Per a 2014 survey, only 14% of devices have anti-virus software, and 34% of mobile phone owners don’t even use the screen lock... Read full article...

Securing the Virtualized Environment

February 10, 2015 By the DynaSis Team In last week’s article, we briefly mentioned virtualization in the context of our discussion on disaster recovery. For those unfamiliar with the concept, virtualization involves portioning one or more physical servers into multiple virtual machines (VMs), each of which can have its own file store, overall purpose and operating system and... Read full article...

Disaster Recovery: Are You As Prepared As You Think?

February 3, 2015 By the DynaSis Team As the U.S. lumbers through yet another year of debilitating winter storms, it is becoming painfully clear to more businesses, every day, that disaster recovery isn’t an issue only for the “summer storm” months. Here in our corporate home of Atlanta, we have been spared the hardships of last winter, so... Read full article...

IT Priorities for 2015: Data, Infrastructure and Mobility Top the List

January 27, 2015 By the DynaSis Team With a new year underway, companies large and small are making plans for the IT projects they believe will support their companies, their staffs and their business goals. Last year was definitely a watershed for technology, for everything from cyberattacks to cloud migration, making us wonder if these events and trends... Read full article...

Storing, Saving and Sharing Your Data: What Are the Processes and How Do They Work?

January 20, 2015 By the DynaSis Team Last week, we talked about the cloud and promised to explain some of the nuances between data storage, backup, sharing and syncing. These terms seem pretty obvious to computer users with a bit of experience, but solutions aren’t always what they seem. Furthermore, they can overlap. In this blog, we hope... Read full article...

The Nuts and Bolts of “The Cloud” and Why You Should Understand It

January 13, 2015 By the DynaSis Team Cloud storage has penetrated many aspects of our lives in the past few years and is increasingly common at the corporate level, whether we realize it or not. When a cellular provider backs up your smartphone contacts, they are being stored in that company’s cloud. Virtually all the myriad “free storage”... Read full article...

2015: The Year of Hybrid IT; Data-Driven Business Improvement

January 6, 2015 By the DynaSis Team The approach of a new year always brings a bevy of predictions for what will happen in IT, many of which fit our idea of “pie in the sky.” This year, however, two in particular caught our eye. Managed service providers (MSPs) and co-location providers will flourish with hybrid IT offerings.... Read full article...

Leadership in a Digital World

December 30, 2014 By the DynaSis Team For the final article of 2014, we thought it would be interesting to share some thoughts on leadership. A few decades ago, a major component of being a great leader was leading in your physical space―being in touch not only with your employees but also their work environments and activities. IBM... Read full article...

Top Virtualization Trends of 2015

December 23, 2014 By the DynaSis Team For more than a decade, virtualization has been a well-promoted solution for achieving flexibility and security with on-premise (in-office) servers. With virtualization, a company and/or its IT vendor “carves” a server or dedicated storage device into multiple virtual servers/drives (these deployments are called virtual machines, e.g. VMs). One of the ways... Read full article...