Category : Virtualization

What are your business goals for 2020? If you’re like most companies, they likely involve expansion. Whether growth for your company means a larger physical space, more employees or increased sales flowing into your processes one thing is for sure--you need backend systems ready to handle more volume in place before you start scaling.  That’s where BCS Voice and Data comes in. We are an amazing partner for growing companies. Not only because we know…

Modern business relies on phone calls, emails, video conferencing and more for the bulk of information transfer. Unfortunately, many employees (and even their CEOs) are apprehensive when it comes to using virtual communication tools. Whether it’s because they’re unfamiliar with the technology or lack efficient and up-to-date tools, this apprehension hurts your bottom line. It's important to make office communication easy. If you notice too many dropped calls or missed important messages, it’s for a…

The advantages of creating a remote workforce are making it an increasingly popular option for business. Improved technology makes old deterring factors, like communication and data sharing, simple while employers save on facilities costs and scheduling hassles. BCS frequently connects remote staff to their corporate headquarters through cloud computing and networking methods, but we often see one drawback. That is, remote staff doesn’t always get the best equipment. Although they aren’t on-premises, it’s still important…

There are countless ways to lose your important data, especially if it isn’t backed up regularly.  Information stored on devices falls victim to accidental deletion, hard drive crashes, theft or virus and malware infections. Storing information on paper runs the risk of losing it to fire, flooding or other natural disasters. By saving data on a single device or in one place and not backing up, you gamble on losing it forever. Without critical data,…

As a busy professional, the security, efficiency and stability of the network that keeps business running is a priority. But as busy professionals know, technology doesn't always work the way you want or need it to. That's where the help of a trusted network monitoring service comes in. You shouldn't have to worry about the issues that cause network downtime and you need to know that the company you choose to manage it can correct…

Virtualization isn't just for companies with a need for huge servers.  Here are 3 ways virtualization can help small and medium sized businesses. 1)  Run old programs or applications.  Sometimes an older program doesn't run well on newer operating systems.  That industry specific software that you really need every now and then that won't run on Windows 8 will run just fine on a virtual machine (VM) that's running XP.  VMware Player has a function…

VMware is a great tool for leveraging your IT infrastructure, allowing your your comptuers to run multiple operating systems and applications, without the expense of adding additional machines or servers.  You can consolidate servers, improve automation and implement disaster recovery solutions. If you use leading business software operating on your servers, such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, SAP, Microsoft Exchange, Sharepoint and more, VMware can create a more seamless and accessible system, using virtualization to…

Virtualization--the business tech craze that's been sweeping the nation for some time now. For large companies, virtualizing multiple servers on a single server increases efficiency and cuts hardware costs. For small businesses, virtualization manifests itself in the operation of multiple operating systems on a single server and the deployment of virtual desktops. Virtual environments can be of great benefit to business big and small. Here are three virtualization facts and tid-bits.  1. A virtual machine…

It's a liberating idea, isn't it? Hopping out of bed, walking down the hall and sitting down at a computer to start your work day? For one in five Americans, this is a reality. Working from home has become a viable option in this Work 3.0 culture and made all the easier by the latest business communications technologies like virtualization and unified communications. But working remotely isn't for everyone. If your company offers a remote…

You may turn back the clocks this weekend, but that doesn't mean you should turn back the clock on your approach to business communications. Technology in this industry is always changing, and falling behind could mean the difference between efficient productivity and lagging progress. VoIP and virtualized IP environments, for instance, have been adopted in recent years by the higher education, hospitality and healthcare fields. All three industries utilize IP communications to simplify once cumbersome…

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