To cloud or not to cloud? The concept of cloud computing dates back to the 1970s. Yet, as much as the term “cloud” has made its way into everyday business language, for small- to medium-sized [...]
Originally posted December, 2020. Updated August, 2021.
Ensuring you have a data backup plan is crucial for protecting the continuity of your business. There’s an old saying that businesses that [...]
Monsoon season in Southern Arizona accounts for roughly two-thirds of our annual rainfall. These short-lived, intense thunderstorms often result in flash flooding, power outages, and high winds that [...]
For many businesses, last spring ushered in quick adoption of business technology – paving the way for a remote or hybrid workforce. This shift in the way our businesses operate forced many of us to [...]
2020 required healthcare organizations to rely increasingly on technology to serve their patients. While telemedicine and virtual work migration helped maintain productivity, new challenges to [...]
2020. Just saying it makes me wonder at how far technology has come in the last decade and how far it will go in the next. Although we rely on technology more than ever, business success ultimately [...]
How are you preparing for Microsoft’s looming end-of-life dates on the popular Windows 7 and Server 2008? Are you prepared with a transition plan in place and a migration date already booked with [...]
Just try to find a company today operating without the help of cloud capabilities. Whether it’s your email, data backup, accounting or line-of-business software application, cloud computing now [...]
It’s part of our goal at Silverado to educate Tucson-area businesses on Microsoft’s looming end-of-life (EOL) date for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Exchange 2010.