27 07, 2016

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy: The Pros and Cons


There are many benefits of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). These include reduced cost of equipment to the business, increased employee satisfaction and efficiencies, less office space required (should the employee be truly mobile) as well as a decrease in the burden on IT support staff as the employee maintains

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy: The Pros and Cons2019-08-05T13:22:38+08:00
20 07, 2016

Why Managed Services


In the world of IT, problems happen. Computers crash, passwords are lost, email stops working, and the list goes on. And without proper technical support in place, these problems can bring your business to an abrupt – and potentially damaging – halt.

With Future Logic’s Help Desk, you can enjoy peace of

Why Managed Services2019-08-05T13:22:38+08:00
17 07, 2016

What to look for in an MDM solution?


If you’ve made the decision to implement an Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution, you will no doubt be overloaded with the amount of options that are currently out there on the market. While many features will vary, there are certain criteria that are essential in your selection process

What to look for in an MDM solution?2019-08-05T13:22:38+08:00
13 07, 2016

7 steps to help avoid CyptoLocker (ransomware) infections


The big threat to businesses these days are in the form of RansomWare (a form of MalWare). That term is very apt for the type of this malicious software. It literally holds all your data and files hostage, demanding you pay a ransom amount in order to unlock your files and regain access to your

7 steps to help avoid CyptoLocker (ransomware) infections2019-08-05T13:22:38+08:00
12 07, 2016

Future Logic becomes ZettaGrid Certified Partner


Our partnership with ZettaGrid allows us to provide scalable cloud platform for servers that offer High Availability, Co-location, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity.

Future Logic becomes ZettaGrid Certified Partner2019-08-05T13:22:38+08:00
6 07, 2016

Why Google Drive is not a BDR solution


In just a few short years, service such as Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, iCloud have changed the way in which people think about file storage. With the increase in mobility and the need to access information from a range of devices and not just your work or home computer,

Why Google Drive is not a BDR solution2019-08-05T13:22:38+08:00
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