October Newsletter

Business technology connects us all in ways we couldn’t have imagined a century ago. And yet there is something powerful about connecting with other people live and in-person. For those of us who spend our days thinking about connectivity and networks, the opportunity for networking in real life can be refreshing.

The Copper State Communications team will be exhibiting at two upcoming events in Arizona. We’re eager to connect with our customers and partners in meaningful ways — especially those that involve a handshake and a face-to-face conversation. Details about where you can find us are below. We hope to connect with you soon!

Common Reasons Companies Avoid a Move to the Cloud
Many companies recognize that moving to the cloud may be the only option for remaining competitive in a market that caters to the end user. Customers are demanding a personalized, user-friendly experience, and businesses utilizing cloud technology have the ability to meet that demand with frequent updates and innovations.
The Benefits of Using a Hybrid Cloud Approach
For several years, the cloud has dominated IT conversations. Initially a theoretical concept that nobody could quite wrap their heads around, cloud solutions are now commonplace in businesses of every size. Many companies are finding that what works best is not a broadly applied cloud approach, but a hybrid cloud environment.
Putting the Cloud To Work
The cloud provides a wealth of valuable functions for business users. Actually putting the cloud to work may seem like a daunting task, but it can be as simple as answering one question: inside, outside, or both?
No Time Outs: 5 Cyber Security Tips to Protect Your Business in the Second Half
So you’ve survived the first half of the year with no serious data breaches or other cyber security mishaps. That’s good news. The bad news, however, is that you’ll have to do it all over again to get through the whole year that way, and the second half of the year is a lot rougher.
The Demand for Managed Services Is on the Rise
Companies are getting more comfortable with managed services. As Everything as a Service (XaaS) becomes more widely adopted by enterprises, there is an increased demand for providers that can offer bundled services that not only address the cloud components, but also tie up loose ends.