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Tolar Systems has been serving the Abilene area since 2000, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds – Which is Right for Your Business?

When businesses are considering a move to the cloud, one of the most important questions they need to consider is “which version of the cloud is right for our business?” The cloud is a blanket term encompassing multiple types of infrastructure, platform, hardware and software as a service applications. The three main categories, however, are public, private and hybrid clouds.

In today’s blog we’ll discuss these three types of clouds to help you determine which type of cloud might be the best fit for your business.

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Five Tips for Organizing Document Storage in OneDrive and Sharepoint

Cloud-based document storage tools like OneDrive and SharePoint have evolved to deliver multiple ways to organize and find files. Yet, many users still manage their document storage using outdated methods, even after moving their document storage to the cloud. In this week’s blog, we’re providing a few tips to help make organizing document storage easier in OneDrive and SharePoint.

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Selecting Cloud Storage for Your Business, Part 1: To Free or Not To Free

Let’s face it: we’re all swimming in data. Whether it’s generated by businesses or individuals, the amount of data generated worldwide today exceeds 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every single day. A quintillion, by the way, has 18 zeroes! By 2020, it’s expected that more than 1.7 MB of data will be created every second for every single human on earth.

Business data is a big part of that. If your business is already struggling to manage the data it generates today, imagine the world of the future where each employee is generating more than a megabyte of data every second. Where will you store it all?

The answer, if you’re like many businesses, is likely to be the cloud. But how do you select the right cloud storage for your business?

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Windows Server 2008 End of Life: What it Means to Your Business

Microsoft has announced that as of January 14, 2020, it will no longer support its Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 products. What does this mean to businesses that are still using Windows Server 2008 and how can your business prepare for the end of this trusted hardware’s lifecycle? Find out on today’s blog.

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What is Digital Transformation and How Can MSPs Help You Achieve It?

Digital transformation is serious business. But thanks to trends like cloud computing and IT outsourcing, it’s easier to achieve than it has ever been before. Digital transformation can help your business evolve, better serve your customers, and provide them with outstanding service—keeping them coming back for more.

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Decisions, Decisions: Managed Service Provider or Cloud Computing Solutions?

When it comes to accessing the cloud, businesses have two choices: either a managed service provider or a cloud computing service provider. Which one is right for your organization? Read on to find out more about these two options.

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Five Ways Office 365 Can Improve Any Organization’s Productivity

From law firms and doctor’s offices to school districts and city governments, every organization shares the need to work more efficiently, to increase productivity, and to have the best resources for their employees. If your business is seeking to maximize performance, Office 365 provides the tools to help you do it.

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The Cloud: What is it?

We hear about it every day in the business world. Here at Tolar Systems it is an integral part of what we do. But for many outside the technology industry, the words “The Cloud” may have more to do with where rain comes from, than something that is crucial to the success of your business.

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Leveraging the Cloud with Office 365

(This article is part three of a three-part series. Please visit our other articles on this topic.)

One of the big changes to the software industry over the last 10 years has been the transition from on-premise, licensed software installations to cloud-based or Software as a Service (SaaS) deliveries, like Office 365. Large enterprises have been using cloud based services for many years; more recently, small and medium businesses (SMBs) have also begun moving to the cloud for their business software needs.

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