Can a Public Cloud Really Benefit My Business?

It doesn’t take much to convince business owners to move operations from on-premises to the public cloud. Ask any IT specialist about the public cloud and they’d be quick to rattle off a list of its benefits: agility, convenience, and pay-as-you-go budget flexibility, to name a few.

5 Tips for Maintaining Security and Compliance in the Cloud

More and more companies are leveraging cloud computing to cut down costs, avail new services, and benefit from the flexibility and scalability it offers. But if your small- to medium-sized business (SMB) is looking to follow suit, you have to be ready for a new set of challenges to maintain security and compliance in the cloud.

Types of Cloud Services for SMBs: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates how cloud services have become essential to small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Connecticut. Cloud computing plays an important role in everything from communication tools to productivity apps, as well as other software utilized by today’s organizations.

Three Major Types of Private Cloud Solutions

Cloud solutions have become the top choice for business owners who aim to cut costs, increase efficiency, and boost workforce mobility. In particular, more and more businesses favor a private cloud environment because it's more secure and, therefore, ideal for them.

Spotlight on Talent: Krys Velez

At Charles IT, we have some outstanding employees. This month, we decided to lift the veil and introduce our clients and visitors to the people who make us who we are. In our Employee Spotlight for the month of February, learn more about Krys Velez, one of our Desktop Support Specialists!

Krys is originally from Durham, CT. He went to school at Vinal Technical High School and then moved on to the University of New Haven.

Is poor IT affecting your business?

Computers and smartphones are just a couple of the IT systems that have become the backbone of business operations.

Although as easy as they make our lives, they may also come with their fair share of challenges. Equipment failure, data loss, and cyberattacks are very real issues that can happen to any business.