There are many business benefits to be gained from investing in your business' IT infrastructure. It improves morale. It reduces the overall risk to businesses. Productivity is improved as teams work smarter. Business continuity, collaborative working and working from anywhere are other central benefits.
When the Biomedical Sciences Building at the University of St Andrews caught fire, years worth of research was at risk. Is your business's IT disaster planning strategy up to scratch? Do you have one?
The information technology industry is increasingly using the 'subscription model' to charge clients for services and products provided. In this way, world class IT security and business continuity solutions are now much more accessible to businesses.
Remote access tools are faster and far more useful and practical than ever before, and our skilled engineers can provide remote support to clients located in London, every bit as well as we can to more “local” clients in Dundee, Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Twelve months from now, several mainstream Microsoft products go end of life, including Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2 and Exchange Server 2010. Don’t wait until it’s too late, now is the time to set budgets and put your business’ new year resolution into practice.
As we all get ready for the festive break, we thought it would be nice to start our Christmas message with a very topical, yet little-known fact about Reindeer...
The California wildfires of 2018 were the worst on record. Many of the homes will be rebuilt, but many of the businesses affected will never recover.
Here at Shackleton, we really enjoy meeting people. Existing clients, prospective clients, partners, friends - they’re important to us and we want them to know that.
A few of us from Shackleton visited Barcelona recently to attend DattoCon 2018, a 3-day European event for IT managed service providers like us, who wish to grow their business. It was an action-packed agenda of non-stop learning and networking.