Sticking your neck out to vouch for Bryley is, as far as we’re concerned, the ultimate compliment. Because of that, everyone you refer is treated with respect, kindness and good communication whether or not Bryley can help them with IT.
Since posting pictures of Bryley’s roofing-project crane, I thought these nighttime pictures of our historic building might be of interest
We are replacing the flat roof at our office in Clinton, Mass
“People are one of the weakest links” in securing technology. Still organizations invest ten to twenty times the amount to secure the equipment and networks than they invest, “ensuring all people [using the technology] understand the organization’s IT security policy, procedures, and practices [4.5 min. read]
Whether your business is using G-Suite, Office 365 or another email server, the fine-print agreements release those providers from liability for anything happening to your email data. The reality is Microsoft, Google, etc. are liable for the infrastructure on which your data resides (i.e. if their data center goes down, they’re going to do what they can to get it back and running). They are not answerable for your data, including emails [4.5 min. read]
Bryley Systems is pleased to announce that Garin Livingstone has been promoted to VP of Operations. Garin started with Bryley in 2008
Bryley, a long-time Cisco certified partner, has recently achieved the Cloud and Managed Services certification
3-2-1 is the baseline standard for Backup and Data Recovery. In this scheme you have three copies of your data on two different types of media and one of those versions is stored off-site.
How many times have you heard that email is not secure? But it was always too hard to do much about it. Well, it’s still not secure: The security exposures are on the devices that have the account […]
Business continuity is the advance planning and preparation undertaken to ensure that an organization will have the capability to operate its critical business functions during emergency events. Tom Barnes, the newest addition to our Business Development Team, developed a Business Continuity presentation that he recently shared with co-workers.
Tom holds a BS in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and has experience selling high-value items. Prior to sales, Tom worked in various industries, and had even started his own company.
Tom is excited to share his expertise in Managed IT Services with others, particularly those organizations that can benefit from Bryley’s Business Continuity solutions.