Many SMBs don’t have a robust or experienced IT department that can manage a cloud environment properly. Cloud managed services can help your business stay secure, remain without downtime, and optimize your environment without having to make that investment. When you engage a cloud managed services provider, you’re getting a true expert in the cloud and other related IT services.
As 2018 expires, so will support for PHP 5. PHP 5, a popular programming language for CMS websites like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and others, reaches end-of-life at the end of 2018 and will no longer receive security support. If your website is running PHP 5, consider upgrading before the end of the year so as not to put your website at risk.
Most of our clients are aware of the benefits of adopting the cloud, but many still have some reluctance to take advantage of the many benefits. After many years of guiding companies of all sizes to the cloud, we know the fears you have and want you to know that moving to the cloud isn’t scary. Let’s talk about the tricks to moving to the cloud so you can focus on the treats of cloud migration.
With the last quarter of the year upon us and the holidays quickly approaching, ensuring that your website is up-to-date and has the latest security fixes is imperative to a successful end of the year.
The cloud is powerful and has a plethora of features to use. No matter if you’re all-in on the cloud, have a hybrid, or multi-cloud strategy, without proper management, your cloud environment is susceptible to security threats, data loss, downtime, and performance issues. What are cloud managed services and how can they help your organization avoid those ongoing security and performance related issues?