IT Strategy

What are the key components of an IT roadmap?

By Brandon Jackson

An IT roadmap should be proactive and preventative, which is why its foundational pieces should be understanding the aging and lifecycle of all the machines in your environment. Infrastructure components like desktops, laptops, servers, network switches, and battery backups.

Read More

Is a server necessary for small business?

By Brandon Jackson

Servers are essentially data processors and storage and can be used professionally and personally. Knowing the basics of a server is essential to understanding what will work best for you and your business or organization.

Read More

What is included in IT managed services?

By Brandon Jackson

Today, businesses have to be prepared and responsive in a world of technology. That means that you should have plans for the unexpected in place, including cybersecurity. Trust me, we know it sounds like a lot, especially when not everyone knows their way around the complexity of technology. 

Read More

Is 4 TB enough for NAS?

By Brandon Jackson

Storage is an important key when it comes to saving your information. Whether it’s for personal or business use, you need to be able to safely file and backup documents and any other information you’d like to store.  Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a great way to do this, and it does it securely. NAS…

Read More

Does a small business need a server?

By John Merrey

More and more companies are switching to cloud solutions instead of having an on premise server, meaning one located in the same physical location as the business. So how can you tell when your small business actually needs a server? Or do small businesses ever need a server?

Read More

What are cybersecurity threats?

By John Merrey

Cybersecurity is protecting yourself agains online threats. Here at TeamLogic IT, we focus on protecting entire environments against malicious parties getting in. A lot of layers and methods of protection go into that.

Read More

9 tips for addressing coronavirus in your business

By Davis Merrey

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) are recommending organizations have a plan for conducting business should the COVID-19 virus continue to affect the U.S. and world populations. Not every business can afford to close or move to a “work from home” environment, so what should you consider when developing a plan for your company and workers?

Read More

Cloud vs on premise

By John Merrey

Traditionally, businesses kept data on premise where the work was actually being done. It sat on a data server somewhere, even if the server was simply a repurposed desktop computer. But with the cloud as an option, how do you determine whether you should move your data there or keep it local?

Read More

How to ensure business continuity

By Davis Merrey

For most organizations, downtime is inevitable. Servers and desktops crash at some point, tornados strike, and other acts of God happen. Most of that will impact your business in some way, which is why it’s vital to have a business continuity plan. Business continuity consists of having a “what if” plan when disaster strikes, which…

Read More

Three questions to ask before switching to VoIP

By Davis Merrey

In today’s fast-paced business world, many companies are switching to VoIP (Voice over IP) phone systems to save money and save time on the upkeep of a traditional phone system. It’s an attractive option for many businesses, but like anything else, it’s important to evaluate if it’s really the right move for your business needs.…

Read More