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Continuity metrics: RTO and RPO

Continuity metrics: RTO and RPO

When it comes to ensuring that your business will not only recover from the next disaster, but also be able to continue to operate, it is essential that you implement a business continuity plan (BCP). When developing and fine-tuning these plans there are a number of key metrics you should be aware of, with the two most important being RTO and RPO.

While both RTO and RPO are important elements of continuity plans, and they both sound fairly similar, they are actually quite different.

Outlook Web App’s added features

Outlook Web App’s added features

Ever wonder how we managed without email? Having been a vital part of businesses for over a decade, email not only simplifies communication processes but has evolved into a versatile platform for collaboration too. One such service is the Outlook Web App for Office 365, which has just made document collaboration easier through its added features, ensuring your daily email routine is a little less painful.

Drive improves editing of Docs

Drive improves editing of Docs

In late June, Google announced a number of new products and features at their annual I/O conference. While many of the announcements at I/O centered around mobile products, new features for Drive were also talked about. Some of the most useful being new advanced editing features for productivity apps like Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

How to improve data collection

How to improve data collection

As businesses of all sizes continue to integrate more technology, the amount of data available to companies will grow exponentially. However, not all of that available data will be important or even useful. And, as you collect more and more data, it will be harder to process and analyze it without becoming overwhelmed.

What to expect from Google

What to expect from Google

It has become somewhat of a tradition for the big tech companies to hold an annual conference where they talk about trends and products the company is working on. For Google, this is I/O, which is held annually at the end of May or June. This year, it was held on June 25 and 26, and as usual, Google has some big announcements that business owners will be interested to know about.

Office 365 gets a new public roadmap

Office 365 gets a new public roadmap

Microsoft’s cloud-based Office 365 is quickly becoming the go-to solution for many business owners looking for a familiar yet feature rich office suite. The great thing about Office 365 is that there are almost always updates being introduced that you don’t have to buy or even install.

Why go with Google Apps?

Why go with Google Apps?

As cloud-based technology continues to become increasingly advanced, companies of all sizes are quickly finding that virtual or Web-based solutions are becoming increasingly viable. One example of a popular solution that businesses are turning to is Google Apps.

Google+ gets premium features

Google+ gets premium features

Social media has become such an integral part of so many organizations and their marketing initiatives. Many companies go so far as to use social media platforms like Google+ as an in-house solution for modern communication and team building. In order to make Google+ even more viable for businesses, Google has recently announced a number of key updates aimed at enabling this.

Facebook expands video capabilities

Facebook expands video capabilities

Social media platforms have become a useful tool for businesses to increase reach, as well as draw in potential customers, whether through advertisements or online campaigns. One of the most popular social media platforms, Facebook, is starting to roll out extended video and frequency buying capabilities to help businesses achieve better market penetration.