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5 Cloud Computing Trends To Prepare Your Business For

17th May 2018

Businesses are adopting cloud computing services at a huge rate. We review some of the more significant cloud computing trends to prepare your business for.

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Secure Your Organisation with a Business Continuity Suite

10th Apr 2018

How secure is your organisation from threats? Tier4 is one of the few specialist Auckland IT Companies that provide Business Continuity Services In New Zealand. Our main office is based in Auckland and our mission is to provide IT related services and support to small, medium and enterprise level New Zealand companies.

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It’s Time to Upgrade Your IT Infrastructure

14th Mar 2018

All organisations including small businesses, medium sized businesses and especially large enterprises are required to upgrade their IT infrastructure from time to time. But what is IT infrastructure? IT infrastructure consists of all the IT components that play a role in a business’s operations. These components are often classified as hardware, software, the network, and even the people who operate these technologies.

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5 Reasons Your Business Should Migrate to the Cloud

3rd Mar 2018

If your business hasn’t migrated to the cloud, what are you waiting for? There are countless benefits and many reasons for migrating your business to the cloud. In this blog post, we’ll focus on the top 5 reasons to migrate now.

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The Value of Information Security for an Organisation

2nd Feb 2018

Information technology is such a vital component for any organisation. Our reliance on IT means that we must always ensure that our systems and data are secure from both internal and external threats. The information security acronym ‘CIA’ best describes the importance and purpose of information security. CIA stands for Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability. Data should only be accessible to the right people (confidential), it should be accurate (integrity) and able to be accessed when needed (availability). Find out more about how information security adds value and learn about Tier4’s IT Auckland services.

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What is Cloud Computing?

2nd Feb 2018

Whether they know it or not, many people use cloud computing every single day. Clouding computing is defined as the delivery of computing services over the internet. The internet is the ‘cloud’ and the services can include anything from databases to specific software. At Tier4, our cloud computing services are tailored for a range of organisation types, form small businesses to large enterprises. Find out more about how cloud computing works and why you should implement cloud computing services at your organisation.

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The Importance of Having a Technical Support Team

2nd Feb 2018

Do you have access to your own technical support team? Whether you have an internal or external team, when technology problems arise you’ll be grateful that you have an expert on hand to resolve any problems. In a digital reliant world, it is becoming increasingly important for businesses and education providers to make the right choices about how they utilise information technology.

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Why Office 365 is taking off

12th Oct 2017

Microsoft applications like Word and the other Office products have become a de-facto standard in many businesses, leaving the Google Apps used by certain market sectors only and frequently by start-ups. Microsoft’s popularity is not unfounded, firstly due to the large on-premise install base, but also because Microsoft has a suite of cloud products that offers a complete solution, not only for desktop applications, but also for the server environment.

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The 7 benefits of Hardware as a Service

11th Oct 2017

Hardware as a service (as opposed to SaaS Software as a Service) is not a new concept, but in the world of business computing it is a relatively new term. Simply put, HaaS stops you from buying “things” that get old and end up unused in the bottom of the drawer (or in some store room) after a relatively short period of time.

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I should not have clicked on that

26th Sep 2017

I’m naturally cautious when it comes to emails that are even only somewhat suspicious. We’ve become wise to emails that promise unexpected winnings, an inheritance from a long-lost relative with the same surname, an email supposedly from our bank or Internet provider or the IRD, TradeMe or Ebay, Microsoft support or similar sources.

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