Entries by Entech

5 ways to ensure your disaster recovery plan is fail proof

A disaster recovery plan is essential for any organization that depends on technology to process and store data. But it’s not good enough to have a plan — you also need to make sure that it’s fail-proof. Learn the five critical things to consider in this post.

A business agility case study

At Entech, we think of business agility as the ability to work from anywhere as if you’re in a traditional office environment. We set our business up in a way that no matter the situation, our daily work and operations are not affected.

5 features your remote working solution should have

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses everywhere are forced to operate remotely. This poses risks because employees will be using unsecured wifi and devices which hackers can easily access. Your company data could be on the line and you need to take the necessary steps to protect it.

Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic with the help of Entech

Many businesses are facing a confusing and difficult time dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. At Entech, we remain committed to helping your employees and customers throughout this time. We are prepared to equip your business with the right IT solutions to keep business moving forward and with little disruption to daily operations.

The 4 ways managed IT reduces stress in the workplace

Reducing stress in the workplace is the goal of any business. Technology should help eliminate many stressors by streamlining processes and offering convenience, but worrying about IT can also be a stress inducer. See why managed IT can alleviate stress in the workplace.

The 5 solutions your business should have managed

The last thing you should be worrying about while running a successful business is your IT. A managed service provider (MSP) is what every successful business needs to handle all of their IT concerns, that way you can focus on growing and leave those pesky problems behind you.

Successfully Migrating to Windows 10 from Windows 7

Whether you like it or not, if any of your devices are running Windows 7, it’s time to make the move to Windows 10. Why? Because come January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support the decade-old operating system. And this means no more security patches.