The cloud is no longer a trend but the new standard. By now if your organization hasn't migrated, you are at the least trying to understand the thousand-foot level cost-benefit. Change is hard, and technology migrations are even harder. You aren't alone.
It's hard to believe, but this marks the end of the 6th week of social distancing with the occasional trip out for groceries. In some ways, I am amazed at how self-sufficient I have become. Just as many of you are, I am also starting to get restless.
You’ve probably heard of SD-WAN or may even have it already in place. So what’s all the buzz about? As with most emerging technology products, there are always pros and cons to consider, as well as ways to ensure a successful deployment.
1. What are your needs?
In today’s world, businesses rely on data connections more than ever. The recent add-on of remote workers has shined an even greater light on how important data connections can be. So why rely on one connection? Backup connections can save your business from an unforeseen outage.
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted business as usual, around the globe and across business sectors. Weathering the economic fallout will be hard for many organizations because they most likely have to alter their day-to-day operations drastically.
With today’s new normal surrounding the COVID-19 virus, an organization’s critical functions must remain ongoing. To do this, leaders must create both an internal and external network to keep employees and customers connected seamlessly.
For the better part of the last two decades, the promise of the digital workplace has been slowly materializing as employees and employers have embraced the work from home culture.
COVID-19 is sending the traditional in-office workforce home. Maybe you are like me and have never worked from home before. It is exciting, but it can also be a little overwhelming. I have been working remotely for almost two weeks, and I learned from trial and error to see what helps with productivity in the work-from-home-place.
I hope that you are well, finding ways to be safe, and also productive in this new environment. It’s truly amazing how quickly things have changed since the beginning of March but in particular over the last two weeks.
Jonesboro, AR – Optus, Inc. is honored to announce that Joshua Milnes has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Optus Family Scholarship in honor of Adam Harrington.