IT Support Los Angeles

Be Structured Continues to Grow!

Another new staff member here at Be Structured as we welcome in our new Systems Administrator and Service Desk Engineer, Nestor Lopez to our Be Structured Team! Nestor has over six years of experience in the IT field with extensive MSP experience coming to us from Cal Net. During his years of experience he has held positions as a Service Desk Engineer, DR engineer and NOC engineer.

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IT Support Los Angeles

Be Structured Welcomes Nestor Lopez – New System Administrator

Another new staff member here at Be Structured as we welcome in our new Systems Administrator and Service Desk Engineer, Nestor Lopez to our Be Structured Team! Nestor has over six years of experience in the IT field with extensive MSP experience coming to us from Cal Net. During his years of experience he has held positions as a Service Desk Engineer, DR engineer and NOC engineer.

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Los Angeles Cloud Services

Your Guide to Cloud Migration with Amazon Web Services

Selling on Amazon? Who wouldn’t? Amazon’s market share is at 41% in the United States alone. This makes it one of the most profitable platforms for retailers aiming to earn big online. Throughout the years, the company branched out to offer other services.

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Los Angeles Wifi Installation and Support

9 Key Steps You Should Take to Secure You Business WiFi

It’s hard to operate any sort of business or even connect with family and friends without a wifi connection. It’s how you connect with clients, distributors, and every other aspect of your business. If your business is just getting off the ground, you may think that paying for your own WiFi doesn’t need to be a top priority. After all, you can take your laptop to the nearest Starbucks or McDonald’s and sit for hours for free.

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Los Angeles IT Support

How Does a Firewall Work? How a Firewall Can Protect Your Business

Every 39 seconds there is a hacker attack which affects one in three Americans. Of these cyber attacks, 43% of them target small businesses. And the total cost of these cybercrimes is $600 billion annually. If you own a small business these statistics should terrify you. Becoming a victim of cybercrime can hurt or even financially destroy your small business. And many companies don’t have an emergency plan for when these disasters do happen.

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Los Angeles Cloud Support

Public vs. Private Cloud: Which Is Better for Your Business?

Businesses nowadays have a notable degree of reliance in cloud computing. Even bakeries or law firms need to keep their data stored somewhere they can easily retrieve it from. As a small business owner, you need to know how to use cloud computing to its full effect if you want your business to grow.

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Los Angeles Cloud Services

What Is G Suite? How Google Apps Can Benefit Your Business

It’s not a secret: millennials prefer cloud-based programs to traditionally-installed ones like Microsoft. But there’s another group that’s also clambering for programs that can connect people: businesses. G Suite has recently gained traction inside classrooms, on mobile devices, and now within corporations. But what’s all the hype about? What is G Suite and how can you use it in your business?

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Los Angeles Disaster Recovery

What Is the Difference Between Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and Backups?

Imagine this, you’re working on a project for one of your most important clients. It’s almost finished, your adding your final touches… and then your hard drive fails. Or sensitive data gets hacked costing you thousands and harming your professional reputation. Now, these situations are awful but they’re also common. In fact, servers on average can fail up to 18% of the time and there were over 1,579 data breaches in 2017.

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Los Angeles Mobile Device Management

Your Guide to How to Use Office 365 for Business

Microsoft’s Office 365 product has gone up from 100 million users last year to 120 million in the first quarter of this year. Here’s what you need to know before getting started: Office 365 operates on a cloud-based platform. This means you can sign into it from any device, as long as you have an internet connection.

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