Part of keeping a budget is figuring out what parts of your business are pulling their weight and which areas can afford to trim some fat. For IT, that often comes down to equipment and services. If you’re spending money on something you don’t use, it might be time to cut it from your life. For too many businesses, fax machines sit somewhere in limbo. They still get used, but can you really justify the money? You’re about to get solid answers to that question.
There is a new, growing trend in the world of IT. Hyperconvergence is a word that is gaining steam and getting many IT managers excited. It’s a new approach to managing data centers that is so revolutionary, even small businesses are getting into the game. Take a minute to learn about hyper-convergence. It might be just the hook you need to transform your own tech infrastructure into something more powerful, more competitive and more affordable.
The net neutrality debate is not quite finished. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely seen heated discussions regarding how the internet should be regulated and who should be in charge of that regulation.
Since 2015, that job has fallen to the FCC, but they recently changed the rules. Many people wonder why we haven’t seen much change since then. The biggest reason is that the switch hasn’t actually happened yet. Any time an agency like the FCC makes a change to federal rules, Congress gets a chance to intervene. That is what we will be discussing today.