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Posts Tagged ‘disaster recovery’

Government Shutdown and Cybersecurity Effects – Protect Your Business

The U.S. government is going through a lengthy shutdown and federal workers are starting to feel the pinch. Over 800,000 federal workers are still at home and about half were told to continue to work without pay. Even more, unless lawmakers intervene there’s no guarantee that these federal workers will get paid for the time the […]

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Real time failover, restore and disaster recovery for ERP (Video) – EverSafe

Whether you run Microsoft Dynamics ERP, or even just Quickbooks, you probably don't realize how long your company would be down if you suffered a hardware failure, ransomware attack, or even a site disaster like a fire or flood. Most companies don't realize that a typical serious data loss or corruption, even with a solid […]

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Outsource IT and Keep Dynamics GP Data Safe

Dynamics GP is a "mission critical" software and data system that must remain functional even in a crisis. Business leaders can now outsource IT to maximize the profits and productivity that Dynamics GP was implemented to create.   Here at CIS, all of our clients' productivity relies on their ability to access their Dynamics GP […]

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Is Your Microsoft Dynamics AX System Healthy?

11 Common Issues Discovered in a Dynamics AX System Health Check Ensuring that Dynamics AX runs optimally is important for the long term use and stability of your system. As an end user, you may not know the important things to have set up or monitor to keep your Dynamics AX system healthy. Just as you […]

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NAV Everywhere

1. New Capabilities in NAV 2015: Access Data from any Browser and any Device One of the great new features in NAV 2015 is that you can access the program from wherever you are and from any device you want. This means you can choose your favorite internet browser, such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, […]

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Black Holes, Rogue Planets and Mayan Calendars! Better Move to the Cloud.

Congratulations! You survived the end of the Mayan calendar, a collision with Planet X (or Nibiru, depending on your preference), zombie apocalypses, black holes emanating from the Large Hadron Collider and the holidays with your extended family.   Of course, this news probably comes as no surprise. Despite the warnings from a few small groups […]

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How Quickly Can Your Systems Recover from a Disaster?

Growth happens. Suddenly your business management system needs more functionality. You have been diligently saving the company money by adding less expensive specialty solutions to your existing systems. While these may cost less than a comprehensive technology overhaul, they could end up costing you much more in the long run.  Sound familiar? Then, your worst […]

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Eleven Ways to Disaster Proof Dynamics GP Data

I have been working with our network services department on a webinar for disaster proofing business data.  It was an easier task than most marketing campaigns because I am learning that many businesses do not even know if they have a good back up!  I have been tagging along on sales calls with our network […]

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Top Three Reasons to Leverage the Cloud

Unfortunately, most people wait until something bad happens before they start seriously considering a change to their business management system. For example, did it take your IT staff two months to upgrade your accounting software? Or maybe a brief power outage stopped production in your company for almost two days. Maybe you discovered that your outdated […]

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Let Document Management Soften the Blow of a Disaster

Lately there have been so many tragedies stemming from the fury of Mother Nature.  From the flooding of the Mississippi River to the deadly tornados in the Midwest, South and even the Northeast, we haven’t seen weather like this in decades.  With this type of devastation, it should make you ask the question whether or […]

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