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Backup And Disaster Recovery Planning Guide For Colorado CIOs

Backup And Disaster Recovery Planning Guide For Colorado CIOs

Data backups are one of those business areas that most people pay very little attention to until it’s too late. However, as your company’s CIO or IT director, you can’t afford to indulge in data backup denial and procrastination.There’s simply too much on the line. Download "Backup and Disaster Recovery Planning Guide for Colorado CIOs" and learn what it takes to protect your company’s digital assets and overall business continuity.

The Road Ahead For Denver's Outsourced IT Services Providers (Webinar Recording)

The Road Ahead For Denver's Outsourced IT Services Providers (Webinar Recording)

The way companies conduct business today is vastly different than as recently as five years ago. The phrase “digital transformation” doesn’t do justice to the massive changes brought about by mainstream adoption of mobile devices, cloud computing, search engines, social media, and selective consumption. Companies are struggling to keep up, and fend off very real cybersecurity risks, and lean very heavily on outsourced IT service providers. Yet these MSPs, VARs, integrators, and IT consultants face many of the same struggles in keeping up with the pace of change and navigating these new challenges and opportunities. Watch the Webinar Recording

How To Grow Your Web Hosting Business (Webinar Recording)

How To Grow Your Web Hosting Business (Webinar Recording)

The web hosting industry is going through a period of unprecedented change. Business models are being challenged and disrupted. Web hosting business owners struggle to stand out from the crowd and many times have no idea how to allocate their resources. As the industry matures and consolidation accelerates, mergers and acquisitions dominate headlines. How can you balance the strategic side of growing your business vs. the daily demands of tactics and fighting fires? Watch the Webinar Recording

Private Cloud Assessment

Private Cloud Assessment

While cloud computing has a number of compelling IT- and business-advantages, one of its biggest downsides is its public, shared nature. This means limited control over a variety of factors including location, performance, security, management, and cost escalation. Private cloud, contrary to public cloud -- what most simply refer to as cloud computing, is often a much better fit for many business models, industries, end users, and IT teams. One of the big differentiators we bring to any kind of cloud computing environment is that Handy Networks bolts on white glove management services on top of infrastructure. Sign-Up for a Complimentary Private Cloud Assessment