What is software deployment and why should every IT department do It?
Every IT department must perform routine software deployment in order to ensure its end users are staying up to date on every program and application.Read now
What is IT Asset Discovery?
IT asset discovery involves the scanning, identification, and mapping of devices across a company's network using either active or passive techniques to gather detailed information such as IP address, manufacturer, activity time, and subnet.Read now
IT acronyms you need to know
While a quick Google search can decode the average text message acronym, these abbreviations in the world of IT can be a little more complex. But don’t worry — as always, Atera is here to help!Read now
The different IT department roles and responsibilities
From the different support levels to IT procurement and Network Administrators, here are the different IT roles you need to know!Read now
What is a database administrator (DBA)?
A database administrator (or DBA as it’s sometimes called) is an individual who maintains, manages, and secures data in a data system.Read now
What’s the difference between cyber and security?
While cyber deals with the digital space, security is a broader term that covers more facets of protecting your business.Read now
What is IT process automation?
IT process automation, or ITPA, is the use of automation to remove manual effort from technology work, freeing up time for IT professionals.Read now
What is zero trust architecture? how does it work?
In a world where IT security is being threatened by ever-increasing cyber attack frontiers, trust is a luxury business can no longer afford.Read now
What is Site Reliability Engineering? (SRE)
Site reliability engineering (SRE) is the process of creating secure, reliable, and scalable software systems via certain principles and best practices.Read now
Where Does the Operating System Reside on the Computer?
Where’s the OS? Your guide to where the operating system resides on your computer or laptop, explained by Atera’s comprehensive blog.Read now
What is Device Manager, and how can I use it in my IT environment?
Device manager allows IT users to view and manage all the hardware associated with a Windows computer. Here’s how it works.Read now