Securing Office 365 with a Second Layer of Protection 

Office 365 has turned out to be a revolutionary product for Microsoft. By subscribing to the complete suite of Office productivity tools in the cloud, organizations of all types and sizes can:

Hybrid Cloud Backup: The ABC's of Business Continuity [Infographic]

Did you know?
  • The average North American Enterprise and SMB company suffers at least 10 hours of IT downtime per year.
  • The average cost of data center downtime across industries is $5,600 per minute
  • 60% of on-site disasters are actually due to human error
  • More than half of American enterprises don't have a good disaster recovery plan... but implementing one for your small to medium-sized business can be a relatively simple - and cost-effective - process, thanks to hybrid cloud backup technology:

Why Tax and Accounting Professionals Should Take a Walk in the Cloud

Cloud technology like Microsoft Azure and Office 365 are not just convenient - they add an extra layer of security and compliance for your data, as many tax professionals have discovered recently. 

Five Reasons You Need to Migrate Now From Windows Server 2003


If you are running your business on Windows Server 2003, time is running out: support ends on July 17. And while it may be tempting to keep running your apps and data on a 13-year-old operating system that's been working for you well enough -- in this case, the old adage "If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It" simply doesn't apply. If you haven't already embarked on your migration, you need to start NOW. 

Small Business, Large Cybersecurity Risks?

October is National Cyber Security Month, and we’re observing it at Datalink Networks with information to help our clients navigate the murky world of protecting their data from hackers, vandals and criminals. This article excerpt, by Tab Wilkins, originally appeared here.

Is cybersecurity something you need to worry about as a small manufacturer? In 2011, 50 percent of small businesses thought they were too small to be a hacker target, while the Verizon 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report found that 62 percent of breaches impacted smaller organizations. In 2011, the average cost to a small or medium-sized business from a cyber-attack was over $188,000.

What can be done to try and limit such attacks?