Entries by ISG Technology

4 Must-Have Types of Video Conferencing Equipment

Video conferences have the power to transform the way you do business. Unfortunately, using the wrong equipment can take you back a few steps. Here are some of the items you need to make video conferencing more productive and engaging for everyone involved.

Just the Highlights: Business Resilience

Having a solid business resilience plan is more important now than ever before, but where do you start? To help, here are the 5 critical elements that you’ll find in every successful business resilience or continuity plan.

6 Proven Strategies to Improve Business Productivity

How productive is your organization? Your answer to this question directly impacts your ability to scale and grow your business. If business growth is one of your priorities, focusing on increasing the productivity of your workforce is essential. Here are six proven strategies to help you do it.

The Most Important Types of Recovery Sites For Business

An incomplete disaster recovery plan is a huge risk for a business. All businesses experience serious disruptions from weather or a cyber attack; the best way for companies to survive is through preparedness. Cold, warm, and hot recovery sites offer a few ways to be ready.

What to cover in your business continuity plan

While a disaster recovery plan is crucial to maintaining data integrity, a business continuity plan is more than that. DR is often integrated into BC, but a BC plan specifically looks at how your business will continue to serve its customers during recovery from a disaster or event.

The top 4 video conferencing solutions for small businesses

If you’re looking for a video conferencing solution for your SMB, there are lots of options available, from simple free tools to commercial applications with cloud support, unified communications systems, and file sharing. Let’s take a look at four of the best solutions for small businesses.

How to build a disaster management plan

While data backup is important, you need additional measures to ensure compliance and continuity of critical business systems. Implemented alongside a continuity plan, disaster management has the ability to reduce data losses, minimize downtime, and promote a healthy business reputation.