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Do you have a solid backup plan for your business’s data? You should. Every day we hear about another company getting taken by ‘ransomeware.’ The last line of defense to these tactics remains a solid backup and disaster recovery plan. Contact us to discuss what you are, or are not, doing to protect your business’s data.
Still running Windows Server 2003 in your organization? We hope not. Microsoft is ending support in exactly 3 months. This can open you up to a multitude of security vulnerabilities and costs to your business. You may be able to ditch that old server altogether using our Cloud Services. Contact us to discuss your options.
1. Maintain focus on business, not technology
Using a managed service provider allows you to leverage the experience of industry professionals and lets you focus on doing what you do best; running your business. We understand that your time is precious and that you have more important issues to deal with than your technology. Using a managed service provider, like F1 Computing Solutions, ensures that your technology runs smoothly and productivity remains at peak operating performance.
2. Predictable costs make for simple budgeting
No one likes unexpected expenses. Using a managed service provider allows you to budget costs and to create a road map for your technology and plan for the future.
3. Constant systems and network support
Managed Service Providers provide 24 hour monitoring and management of the overall health of your infrastructure at both the hardware and software level. This means that you stay informed and that there are never any questions. Utilizing pro-active methods and real-time monitoring helps prevent problems before they have a chance to negatively
impact your business.
Google has recently got very specific about the impact of not having a mobile website – Google announced that effective April 21, 2015, it will update its search algorithm so that comparable mobile sites will rank higher than non-mobile friendly sites in mobile search results.
According to the announcement, Google said:
“Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices.”
Contact F1 Computing Solutions today and we can test your site to see if it falls within Google’s guidelines to being mobile friendly. If it does not our team can work with you to get your site mobile friendly in just a few days so you don’t lose your ranking in Google that you have worked to hard to obtain!