The new year presents a landmark time that can represent a fresh beginning.
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With the ISDN shut down already in full effect across Australia, businesses are ramping up their efforts to prepare for their own migrations when their number is called. Businesses have been told that once they are NBN-ready, they should have all systems in place and processes aligned to migrate. They will be given 90 days’ notice before their ISDN service is officially disconnected and their new service is connected.
The ISDN shutdown is in effect across Australia. ISDN has been powering voice, fax and video communications across the country for ages, but it’s a service that will soon be obsolete.
With the ISDN shutdown in effect and Australian businesses now making the move to VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), there is a lot of discussion around what it might cost to migrate.
The ISDN shutdown is in effect across Australia. The best course of action to take in order to ensure you are fully prepared for the changeover is to give yourself as much time as possible to make the move.
ISDN services, also known as Integrated Services Digital Network, have been the main form of telephonic communications services in Australia for many years.
The advent of cloud storage in recent years has proven a significant turning point in the way small businesses are able to conduct their affairs, branch out and flourish. Indeed, the cloud services industry is estimated to reach the whopping $555 billion revenue mark by 2020, no surprise considering the far reaching benefits this form of data storage, transfer and exchange poses to small businesses like your own.
The elimination or diminishing of on-site storage systems saves on troubleshooting, hardware and security costs; it also eradicates the risk of on-site data breaches and data loss. Cloud transfer and sharing dramatically speeds the running of your day-to-day business, improving customer support, services and ultimate customer satisfaction.
Yet, as is often the case, potential threats tend to follow the money; which is why lower costs, heightened efficiency and productivity, increased implementation speed, improved security and scalability will be of little to no avail, without state-of-the-art cloud security that can live up to the risks of the times.
Here are a few tools you can employ and ways in which cloud security is transforming, to help you overcome the risk of cloud data breaches, as SMB cloud dependency increases over coming years.
Keeping your data safe and readily accessible is probably one of your main concerns as a small or medium-sized business owner.
Cloud computing has evolved exponentially over the past decade and research indicates that by next year (2020) its global market will exceed US$241 billion – which is more than AU$356 billion. But as cloud computing opportunities have grown, so too have the security issues associated with it.