Cyber security is an increasingly important topic. Whether you are in the construction, financial, legal, healthcare, education or many other industries, your data needs to be both accessible and secure. Internal and external security threats can affect your operations, earnings, and level of trust your clients have with your organization. With the growth of cloud-computing and mobile technology the demand to keep sensitive information and data secure will only increase.
When you look into building integrations, there is much to consider. One of the first decisions a company needs to make, once they have a picture of what the integration will be capable of, is to develop in-house or not to take the project outside of the company. The next order of business: the cost. Your first instinct might be that developing in-house will be the most cost effective way to go about it. Taking a holistic look at what an in-house integration will take, could change your mind. Let’s look in a little more detail at what it will take. When looking strictly at the integration there are a few things to consider: the integration’s deadline, the number of integrations and their complexity, updates and new releases the integrations will need.
The debate between cloud backup and on-site hard drive backup has been ongoing. There are pros and cons to consider for each including speed and reliability. Each of the solutions has its own vulnerabilities and risks associated with putting your company data on them. However, if we set all of those aside and only look at the bang for your buck, which one would win? For the hard drive option, when it comes right down to it, the larger storage space you want on your hard drive, the more you will pay.