Brent Whitfield Talks Disaster Recovery on TeraGo Blog

Brent Whitfield Talks Disaster Recovery on TeraGo Blog

Brent Whitfield, CEO of DCG Technical Solutions, Inc., wrote an in-depth blog for TeraGo, provider of network and voice, data center, and enterprise infrastructure cloud services, about the inadequacies of traditional backups and how more and more businesses will only perform the more technologically advanced Disaster Recovery, ensuring their data and storage is constantly protected.

Vistage Blog Features Brent Whitfield’s Thoughts on Business Continuity Solutions

Vistage Blog Features Brent Whitfield’s Thoughts on Business Continuity Solutions

Today, Managed Service Providers are thinking beyond just data backup...they're thinking Business Continuity. DCG Technical Solutions' CEO Brent Whitfield takes an in depth look at Business Continuity Solutions and why CEOs should look beyond just backing up data by designing key metrics around recovery time objectives.

Brent Whitfield Blogs for StorageCraft on the Fruitful Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Market

Brent Whitfield Blogs for StorageCraft on the Fruitful Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Market

StorageCraft (www.StorageCraft.com), provider of backup, disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions, recently featured Brent Whitfield as a guest writer for two articles on their blog. Whitfield, CEO of DCG Technical Solutions, examined in the first piece whether or not the Data Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) market is saturated (it's not). Most recently Whitfield expanded on why the BDR market is still profitable.

DCG Technical Solutions and StorageCraft Work Together on Disaster Recovery

DCG Technical Solutions and StorageCraft Work Together on Disaster Recovery

DCG Technical Solutions, based in Los Angeles, California, has been an MSP - first a VAR, and then MSP - since 1993. We have a valuable and interesting relationship with StorageCraft - a relationship that actually goes back to 2005.

We’ve been associated with StorageCraft and their products for about 11 years and the one thing that – if another partner asked me, “Well, what are you going doing for BDR? What are you guys doing for disaster recovery?” - one of the reasons I say StorageCraft is because we’ve never, ever had a problem with the restore.

DCG Technical Solutions’ CEO Brent Whitfield Joins StorageCraft’s Partner Advisory Board

DCG Technical Solutions’ CEO Brent Whitfield Joins StorageCraft’s Partner Advisory Board

DCG Technical Solutions’ CEO Brent Whitfield Joins StorageCraft’s Partner Advisory Board

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Los Angeles, CA—August 5, 2016—Brent Whitfield, CEO of DCG Technical Solutions, Inc., recently joined the Partner Advisory Council for StorageCraft, one of the world’s most trusted companies in the IT backup and disaster recovery industry.

The DaaS Model Is a Good Fit for the Healthcare Industry

The DaaS Model Is a Good Fit for the Healthcare Industry

The DaaS Model Is a Good Fit for the Healthcare Industry

Guest post by Brent Whitfield, CEO, DCG Technical Solutions, Inc.
Original blog on ElectronicHealthReporter.com can be seen here.

The healthcare industry deals with tight IT budgets and highly confidential records that require premium security, which is why desktop as a service (DaaS) is an appropriate solution.

Electronic Health Reporter asks DCG Technical Solutions’ CEO Brent Whitfield to Guest Blog

Electronic Health Reporter asks DCG Technical Solutions’ CEO Brent Whitfield to Guest Blog

DCG Technical Solutions' CEO Brent Whitfield was recently asked by esteemed Electronic Health Reporter to write an article on why desktop as a service (DaaS) is an important solution to the healthcare industry's tight IT budgets and confidential records that require superior security.

How Our Blaskguard Internet Content Filter Solution in Los Angeles Protects Your Business Network

How Our Blaskguard Internet Content Filter Solution in Los Angeles Protects Your Business Network

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Non-work-related Internet surfing results in up to a 40% loss in productivity each year at American businesses.