Our lives have changed drastically over the past two months due to COVID-19. We have experienced changes to our lives, our jobs and our routines. COVID-19 has altered our world and it has taken so many precious lives. We, at NUMA Networks, grieve the loss of the many people who have died and grieve with… Continue reading Message from the President Warren Hino
Cutting costs is the primary goal for most business owners. They’ll scour their books looking for areas that offer a little wiggle room and decide what’s important and what’s a luxury. The reality is, due to lack of time or expertise, nearly every business has hidden savings within their IT. Here are four major steps… Continue reading Top 4 Ways to Keep Your IT Costs Down
According to an IHS study, outages cost enterprises $700 billion a year. Though this statistic is alarming, it doesn’t quite hit home for many businesses. But, doing the math for your specific organization and calculating your true cost of downtime is critical to understanding how much you can really afford. Break Out the Calculators Determining… Continue reading How much downtime is too much?
As technology continues to evolve, so do your technology needs. But many businesses lack the internal resources they need to fully manage IT on their own and—when your resources are lagging behind—your business lags behind your competitors. Small and medium-sized businesses face unique challenges when it comes to managing and keeping up with the latest… Continue reading Focus on Running Your Business, We’ll Focus on Running Your IT
Six Ways Cloud Can Increase Your Risk Every day, more businesses are looking to the cloud because it delivers cost-effective productivity, collaboration, efficiency and more. But, even as its popularity continues to grow, the Cloud Security Alliance warns that businesses that embrace the cloud without fully understanding the environment and its associated risks are more… Continue reading Are you safe and secure in the cloud?
How much of your day is consumed with worrying about the next IT outage? When your technology isn’t working, your people aren’t productive, sales aren’t closing, customers aren’t being serviced and products aren’t being delivered. It Costs You More Than Sleepless Nights. Downtime, or even the occasional hiccup, isn’t just frustrating, it’s expensive. On average,… Continue reading Feel Like You’re Constantly Dodging Downtime?
Cloud computing is officially a common term. More and more small and medium-sized businesses are looking to cloud because it offers IT cost reduction, flexibility, collaboration, higher productivity and collaboration. With cloud, you have the ability to gain a competitive edge by raking in the benefits of an enterprise-class IT infrastructure and the latest versions… Continue reading Microsoft Office 365 – A No Brainer for Your Business
World Backup Day comes around every year on March 31. This day prompts us to be aware that our data is not safe. It’s a reminder that at any given moment a disaster can strike – in the form of bad weather, a hacker or even human error – and all your critical business files… Continue reading Something to Consider This World Backup Day: Which Is Right for Your Business, Disaster Recovery or Business Continuity?
Sometimes, there comes a point when it’s simply time to move on. Things are just not like they once were. Your business has matured, and you now have new business needs that must be met. Change never comes easy. But if switching to another Managed Service Provider (MSP) will benefit your business, then maybe that’s… Continue reading Is It Time to Move on? Get More Responsiveness & Improved Results from Your MSP
Every business needs PCs, servers, printers, network gear, data security hardware or software. Fortunately, Section 179 of the IRS tax code lets small businesses better manage their IT budgets. They can write off the entire cost of computer equipment and off-the-shelf software purchased and put in use before December 31, 2015. 179 Recap Most people… Continue reading Use It or Lose It: Section 179 Tax Break Adds Up to End-of-Year Technology Savings