Disaster recovery necessities

Natural disasters and cyberattacks are serious enough on their own. But both of these can be the death blow for a company without a backup and disaster recovery plan in place. Build cyber resilience and business continuity with these four basic disaster recovery necessities.

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.

Innovative technology: how to stay ahead of your competitors

Chris Brenes, Director of IT and Security Chris joined Entech…

Benefits of using the cloud all year round not just during a disaster

Many entrepreneurs have only just realized what cloud computing can do for their businesses now that they have no choice but to use hosted services. But cloud solutions can be a lot more beneficial to your business if you decide to go all-in with cloud adoption and migration.

Business Agility 101: "Mobilizing" for success and flexibility

COVID-19 has changed the world in many ways, especially how…

Hurricane preparedness for protecting your business IT

We’re in the midst of hurricane season in Southwest Florida. That means it’s time to start planning ahead to make sure your business is prepared in case a hurricane hits. Technology is likely a large part of what keeps your business going on a daily basis. Check out our tips for making sure your hurricane preparedness strategy can protect your technology.

How to reform your business framework post pandemic

As businesses start to reopen in Florida, owners will face new…

Using Video to Connect Better with Customers

4 years ago Nextiny Marketing chose to go all in…

How technology makes it easier to manage your remote staff

Stephen Tracy, Director of Managed Services When…

Keeping business continuity during a global pandemic

In only a few short weeks, COVID-19 managed to disrupt the business landscape on a global scale. Many companies are still struggling to make mission-critical changes and adapt to new challenges. Despite the harsh reality, try focusing on business continuity to keep afloat.