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    Hello IT Professionals,

    I support and manage an 18 people financial services firm and wondering what is best practice in terms of infrastructure for the organization. The firm manages 700 millions dollars and have 2 locations, Washington DC and Boston. Almost all of our users are on laptops as they travel very frequently between offices and Europe. Our infrastructure is all cloud based with o365, business dropbox for files, 3rd party Cyber Security monitoring service, and no VPN between offices. I’m wondering what is best practice for this size of organization and am if there are any shortcoming with this setup. Thank you in advance for all your support.


    Information technology (IT) infrastructure are the components required to operate and manage enterprise IT environments. IT infrastructure can be deployed within a cloud computing system, or within an organization’s own facilities.

    These components include hardware, software, networking components, an operating system (OS), and data storage, all of which are used to deliver IT services and solutions. IT infrastructure products are available as downloadable software applications that run on top of existing IT resources—like software-defined storage—or as online solutions offered by service providers—like Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).


    I would Recommend to use a cloud Infrastructure instead of the traditional Infrastructure as there are many advantages like Cost, Time , agility , flexibility and security associated in it. i myself use an cloud infrastructure for my business and I have been able to double my profits even in the pandemic. I use an Cloud service Provider called Apps4Rent for my requirements and would recommend it to you too. do check them out on

    Hope this is helpful to you.

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