IT Management

Proactive IT Pays

Homeowners insurance, appliance warranties, automobile maintenance, living a healthy lifestyle, even regular church attendance can be considered proactive commitments. To protect against unfavorable consequences in the future, you pay some smaller price in the present. Or, in terms, proactive means “acting in advance to deal with an expected change or difficulty.”

Note the reference to an expected change or difficulty. Digital data corruption or loss in one form or another happens regularly. Seasoned managed IT leaders expect this to occur, ...

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