Living on the Edge with Your Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Strategy?

One of the biggest risks you can take is not having a backup and disaster recovery strategy. Your data is important and irreplaceable.  Sure, you may never experience a disk failure, but if you do it will be a disaster.  Ask anyone who has suffered a data loss and they will tell you about the distress and panic when they realized that the data was gone forever.  Data loss can devastate your operations and cripple your organization.  But for a problem with such disastrous results, it has an easy fix. Read about our easy 3-2-1 Backup Strategy. Backing up data is relatively easy and economical on the front side and provides an easy recovery method in case of a disk loss or failure.  Backup costs are a fraction of recovery costs and sometimes no amount of money or effort can recover data from a severely damaged disk. Today’s technology provides many cost-effective ways to protect … [Read more...]

Microsoft Office 365

Your complete Office in the Cloud - Microsoft Office 365 If you would like to have all the features of Exchange without having to maintain a server. Or if you want to keep your Office products upgraded without purchasing new software, Microsoft Office 365 is for you. Office 365 brings together the power of the Office products that you know with business class email (powered by Exchange Online), document sharing (powered by SharePoint Online), and instant messaging and video conferencing (powered by Lync Online). Anywhere, anytime access Office is now optimized to use across your devices - PC, Mac, tablet, and smartphone – with touch-friendly features and still great with traditional keyboard and mouse. Sign in to Office to access the latest version of your documents and personal settings as they follow you across devices. Sync files to your devices using SkyDrive Pro for offline … [Read more...]

Visiting The Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is how analog systems (people) will thrive in a digital world.  People are amazing creatures.  Our analog brain is wired for all sorts of human things.  Often we can recognize loved ones with just a word or a single movement.  We can tell if people are being honest or deceptive by quickly analyzing complex facial and body movements.  We are constantly monitoring our environment and respond quickly to subtle changes.  We receive continuous input from our senses, organize vast amounts of sensory data and make continuous decisions based on millions of pieces of analog data. We are miraculous, wonderfully analog but have trouble in a digital world. The term The Internet of Things coined by Kevin Ashton in 1999 has become a widely-used to describe things that can be  cataloged by computers.  Digital systems use discrete data in processing.  In computers, we … [Read more...]

LAN Systems Named to the Bulldog 100: Fastest Growing Bulldog Businesses Class of 2013

LAN Systems was honored on January 26, when the UGA Alumni Association announced the rankings of the 2013 Bulldog 100: Fastest Growing Bulldog Businesses at a celebration in Atlanta. LAN Systems, helmed by 2006 UGA graduate Mary Hester, ranks as this year’s 84th fastest growing Bulldog business.  The firm specializes in IT Solutions and Services for growing businesses. “This is an incredible honor and a proud moment for all of us at LAN Systems,” said Mary Hester. “We are fortunate to have received many awards over the years, but the Bulldog 100 is our most coveted award to date.” The Atlanta CPA firm, Warren Averett + GH&I, has annually partnered with the UGA Alumni Association since the inception of the program four years ago to verify the information that was submitted by each nominated company.  Warren Averett + GH&I then ranked the companies based on compounded … [Read more...]