It’s easy to get caught in our technological routine. There’s no secret that older generations tend to dig in their heels and hold onto older technology because they’re more familiar with it. There’s nothing wrong with this mentality–aside from the fact that it’s holding you back. Keeping your technology up-to-date and functioning is one of the most important parts of running a business, regardless of whether or not you’re in the IT industry. Thankfully, SOS Technology Group is here to conduct your technology assessment. Wondering whether or not you need one? Here are some tell-tale signs.
Physical security is a great way to ensure your business is safe; this may include security guards, turnstile booths, guard booths, or gates. While these are all great and functional options, they aren’t always the best or most economical solution. In the long run, electronic access control systems are the superior option in terms of economics and manpower. But access control systems still seem a bit like science fiction to many people who think they’re only used in spy movies. The reality is, access control can keep your business safe 24/7. Let’s learn a bit more about it.
Switching to fiber optic cabling for your network can be beneficial for many reasons. Among those are speed, safety, and data protection. Fiber optic cables use light to transfer information. This makes the cables faster, and much safer. Copper cables run the risk of malfunctioning and catching on fire, whereas fiber optics will never get hot. Even with all these benefits, many people still don’t see the appeal. Let us convince you that fiber optic cables are the best way to move forward, with these unexpected reasons.
While campus network switches are not updated as regularly as data center switches, there are a number of solid reasons why it is definitely worthwhile not to wait until the end of the regular refresh cycle to update your network. To learn more about the benefits of upgrading your network, read on.
One of the most common tech complaints we get is that computers are crashing, oftentimes in a company-wide fashion. There are a lot of reasons why this might be happening, a few of which are harmless, and some which are incredibly dangerous. Don’t scare yourself just yet; solutions to this problem are usually pretty simple and don’t require much effort on your part beyond figuring out the issue. Let’s explore why your computers are crashing so you’ll be prepared to handle it.