Having a Disaster Recovery plan can mean the difference between being able to recover quickly from an IT disaster, or not being able to recover at all.
Imagine, you have just arrived at the office to find that your entire network has gone offline.
As more and more businesses choose to work from smartphones, tablets and laptops, BYOD culture has grown into an appealing option for every type of organisation. Whether you’re working at home, in and out of meetings or travelling, an easily accessible cloud means that BYOD lets you take your work environment anywhere.
As the business world moves further towards fully embracing digital transformation, you’ve probably considered ways in which Infrastructure as a Service (IAAS) can work for your business. No doubt the ever shifting landscape is continually changing your business mindset, so you know it’s important your IT systems keep up. With benefits ranging from fast and scalable flexibility to watertight security and cost efficiency, IAAS is a simple, yet highly efficient way to revolutionise the way your organisation conducts business.
As more and more of us become part of an internet-powered world, emerging telephony systems like VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, can make sure you are constantly connected, both to your team and to your clients.
You’ve heard the phrase Internet of Things (IoT), and how it’s going to revolutionise how people use data and smart devices, but what can it actually do for your business?
Approximately 90% of the world's data has been generated in the past two years alone - so finding a private cloud or data storage solution that works for your business is crucial to maintaining your place within our digitally driven world.
Heard of edge computing, but not sure how it can directly impact on your business continuity? As more and more businesses come to make use of IoT during every working day, edge computing is the next step in processing data in real time so your organisation can operate more quickly than has ever been possible before.
As staying constantly connected becomes a more important part of your business, Unified Communications can offer your business greater collaboration, productivity and connectivity opportunities than ever before.
Among the many benefits cloud offers for businesses today, including lower CAPEX and OPEX, it can also help firms to comply with the latest EU regulation
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John Story, Head of IT
St Paul’s Cathedral
CIS have been our go-to IT supplier for nearly 20 years, and throughout that time they have been flexible, consultative, and above all putting our business at the forefront of their advice. I would be very pleased to recommend them for any company that needs to have a real partnership with their IT company.
Graham Hughes, Managing Director
Rovema UK Ltd