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        I would like to recommend Symmetric Group as a great business partner.  Our Company started April 1st, 2013 and since the launch of our new business we have grown to new heights.  Symmetric Group has been there every step of the way.  Symmetric Group has not only helped us with ordering all the equipment, computers, software, and setup of everything in a office setting  from A to Z but they also have the best IT support team as well with Jemar and Joey.  We appreciate everything you do for us at our company and we recommend them to anyone starting up a company or a company that is established that is looking for IT solutions.  Thank you again for all your support. - Andrew 
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      How to Keep Your Employees from Burning Out

      Some common symptoms of burnout are a lack of motivation, focus, productivity, engagement… essentially, everything you want an employee to have.

      Many managers and supervisors, however, find reasons that employee burnout just isn’t their problem. That they have no role in helping fix it.

      I once heard about someone who tried to run a business like this. Behind the scenes, employees were clearly disinterested in what they were doing. They barely glanced up as I walked by, lethargically typing away at their desks. Quite a few workstations were vacant.

      When questioned about the clear lack of engagement, the boss would wave it off. What was he supposed to do to stop burnout, if he didn’t even know if their stress was from the workplace, or was brought in from outside? It wasn’t as though the boss could control what happened outside the office.

      Besides, there could be a bunch of different reasons causing the problem. Sure, the stress could be work-related, but the job itself is stressful. Maybe they aren’t getting enough sleep, or a loved one is sick, or any one of a million other little reasons for an employee to be agitated that the boss just has no control over.

      When I heard this story, like so many others just like it, I just shook my head.


      Well, while the boss can’t be expected to make life easier, they are more than able to make office life easier.

      What Causes Burnout?

      Burnout can develop based on many things. The stress and agita of everyday life does contribute to the development of burnout, many triggers can also be found in the workplace. These triggers are also the kinds of things that are environmental, and so exist in every corner of the office. Let’s review some of them now.

      An Environment Built on Stress

      Unfortunately, a business is inherently stressful, especially if it is in a high-pressure industry. To say otherwise would be fantasy. However, this stress is usually dispersed over time, fluctuating during busy and not-busy periods. There are probably days when the pressure is on, and it’s all-hands-on-deck to accomplish what needs to be accomplished. Likewise, there will be days between these times that employees can collect themselves before the next peak. 

      You need to make sure that your team gets a few of these recovery days in-between so they can catch their breath between projects.

      No Clarity in Responsibilities

      Imagine trying to follow a recipe, but you aren’t given any measurements for the ingredients.

      This is effectively the same situation as giving your employees a vague or undefined task. Your employee doesn’t want to fail, but if their actual objective isn’t clear to them, the likelihood of failure jumps up. The same happens when an assigned task is actually impossible for them to complete.

      As you might imagine, this kind of stimulus is exhausting and stressful for the employee… which means that the more impossible tasks they are assigned, the more frustrated the employee becomes. Before long, they are apt to burn out.

      Failure Presents Huge Risks...

      Depending on the industry, some workplaces inherently have greater consequences for failure, and as a result, the pressure is on the employee to perform. Consider child services: their employees regularly have to act with professionalism in some truly awful situations. Now consider the average grocery store clerk. Is their job important? Of course, but the stakes are rarely - if ever - as high for them as they may be for, say, a cop.

      The more stress that is associated with a given position, the higher the likelihood that an employee will eventually burn out.

      ...While Success Offers Little Reward

      Consider how you would feel if every effort you made, each and every day, was never recognized in the slightest. If you worked to do your best in every endeavor, only to have not one word was said to you in appreciation or support?

      If you’re like most people, you’d start to question why you were working so hard when it clearly isn’t appreciated. You’d gradually lose the drive to perform and likely, any positive feelings you may have had for your employer up to that point. Needless to say, your morale would likely be pretty low - or in other words, you’d be well on your way to burnout.

      Communications are Lacking

      If your business’ communications are not effective, there’s a good chance that any other problems you have will only exacerbate with time. What if an employee had an issue and only provided vague sentence fragments describing it? The situation would only become more complex, taking more valuable time to resolve. This situation can then lead to increased occurrences of demoralization, which we’ve established is a direct factor in someone experiencing burnout.

      Leadership is Lacking

      In order for a business to have the proper guidance on its way to success, there needs to be a supportive presence in its leadership, firmly directing the workforce while remaining fair. Without this kind of leadership to guide it, any business will struggle to keep their employees engaged. 

      These employees may experience feelings of unfulfillment in their work, whether they feel unrecognized, unsupported, or that their job isn’t as secure as they want it to be. These feelings can quickly sap any employee’s motivation to perform.

      Obviously, there are plenty of ways for an employee to reach the point of burnout - and identifying the cause is very important. However, before you can do that, you need to be able to identify that an employee is experiencing burnout.

      Indications of Employee Burnout

      An employee can exhibit many warning signs of imminent burnout - however, many of these signs can also be present if someone is simply having a bad day. These signs include things like: 

      • A feeling of distance and disconnection from their tasks
      • Cynicism about their tasks and their coworkers
      • Physical symptoms, like headaches, stomachaches, and gastrointestinal distress
      • Work responsibilities start to slip, with no indication of the same happening at home
      • Co-workers are kept at arm’s length and they don’t open up about anything
      • Creativity seems to have dried up
      • A demonstrated issue concentrating
      • Frequent times that they feel overwhelmed
      • A lack of energy or enthusiasm
      • Visible stress and frustration

      Again, most (if not all) of these warning signs can easily be caused by some other stimulus, or could be a very temporary thing.

      However, once these symptoms are chronic and never really seem to go away, you need to be concerned. Employees experiencing burnout appear very similar to someone with depression, and are actually at a higher risk of becoming clinically depressed later on.

      Why Burnout Matters to You

      So, what does this really matter to your business?

      There is, of course, the concept of taking care of your employees, and generally just being a decent human being.

      However, even if we were to disregard “being a decent human being” as a reason to be concerned, there are still plenty of reasons that employee burnout should be mitigated as much as possible to protect your business’ interests.

      Burned-out employees are more apt to take time off sick, and they (unsurprisingly) are much more likely to seek a job elsewhere. If they are successful in doing so, you will likely need to put up a significant investment to find a replacement for them - especially considering how challenging it may be to find such a replacement if the optics of your company aren’t good. Would you want to work somewhere notorious for draining employee morale?

      Furthermore, what impact is your business going to feel in the meantime? If these burned-out employees are typically your top performers, what is that going to do to your operations as a whole? How much of a downswing can you shrug off?

      There is also the issue of burnout being contagious… especially if a burned-out employee is in a position of authority. If a manager happens to be the one getting burned out, they can easily spread their feelings amongst the team… leading to much bigger problems with morale and productivity.

      Finally, bringing the question of being a decent human being back into the equation, burnout can have serious impacts on a human being. Sure, it can affect their personal and professional life, but it actually raises their chances of an emergency room visit ever so slightly.

      How You Can Help an Employee Deal with Burnout

      Spotting these various symptoms and warning signs is great to be able to do, because you won’t be able to help your employee otherwise. However, it is important to address the issue in addition to just spotting it.

      Even as the boss, you have a responsibility to support your employees in what will be a frustrating and difficult time for them.

      One of the best ways to start this process is to simply sit down with them and hash out the root cause.


      Outside of formal channels, sit down with your employee and have them level with you. Be sympathetic and supportive to them as they share what has been on their mind. As the boss, it is important to not be offended or frustrated by what they have to say, even (and especially) if it questions your judgement. Even the act of getting it off their chest could be a big step toward getting the employee back on their game - and if it is a personal issue, giving the employee some personal time to deal with it may be all it takes.


      It isn’t unheard of for an employee to be overwhelmed by their workload. Maybe a bunch of projects all came in at once, or tasks piled up as the employee was waiting for a response, or they’ve fallen behind as they help to put out other fires. Whatever the reason, their schedule is now less of an organizational tool and more of a looming threat.

      Don’t be afraid to sit down and help this employee reorganize their schedule so that it is manageable for them to accomplish. Are all of their tasks a priority? If not, put them on pause for the time being or push them out. This gives the employee the time to focus on their priorities. It may also help to reassign some of these tasks to other employees with less on their plate.

      Leveraging collaboration solutions can be to your benefit in these cases. As you redistribute work and responsibilities, keep your team apprised of the project’s progress through your chosen platform. If the massive amount of emails your employees receive already is overwhelming them and impacting their productivity, the tools included in an email solution could help them out: automatically organizing messages with filters and rules, and silencing interruptions via snoozing.


      While it makes sense to keep employees working on the tasks that they are most well-versed in, this can also lead to employees getting bored and ultimately frustrated. Rotating them out into different responsibilities as much as possible will help them to keep their spirits up, not to mention develop their skills more comprehensively. Try incorporating your employees’ goals into your distribution of work to keep them especially engaged.

      Avoiding Burnout at All

      Of course, we simply don’t have the time to address all of the signs that an employee is approaching burnout - and it isn’t as though you want it to be a risk in the first place. Therefore, it only makes sense to do everything possible to avoid potential burnout.

      There is no limit to the methods you can use to do so. Endorsing self-care in your company culture is an effective start, bringing in external resources if necessary. This could include anything from a company yoga session to complimentary accounting services for your employees. You need to remain cognizant that your employees have lives apart from your office, and that these lives should be enjoyed to the fullest extent.

      Another way you can help to promote this is to be more flexible in where your employees do their work. While many managers are wary of remote working solutions as a way to enable employees to slack off and cheat the system, giving them the freedom to better see to their personal responsibilities and their work responsibilities can pay off through greatly improved productivity.

      Your employees all have feelings that ultimately need to be managed. Handling them properly can help improve their feelings regarding their work and workplace. Whether through improvements to the company culture or the technology they use, you should do everything you can to make work a positive experience.

      We can help you accomplish the technology aspect of it.

      Symmetric Engineering Group offers solutions to improve your business communications and productivity, ultimately making your operations more successful. To find out what we can do for you, reach out to us at (813) 749-0895.

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      Big Data Is Revolutionizing Business

      Identifying Trends 

      To be the best business you can be, you need to be able to identify trends inside and outside of your business. Up until recently, decision makers just went with their gut, but today there is empirical data that can be sifted through that will answer tough questions for you. The best way to do that is to use data to identify trends in your business. In order to do that, a business has to amalgamate relevant data and use third-party tools to determine what actions your customers are making. Once you know that information, you can use it to guide your company’s decision-making. 

      Improving Operational Effectiveness

      Your organization’s data is useful for more than just marketing and identifying trends. It can really help you improve the way your entire operation works. For manufacturers, embracing smart technology to provide a constant stream of data can help decision makers maintain efficiency, while in the retail sector, analyzing sales data can work to optimize inventory control. 

      Revenue Generation

      You are in business to make money, and today making data a big part of your business model is en vogue. Through marketing, operations, and other ventures, the data created can go a long way toward providing decision makers the information they need to make business decisions on the fly. This allows for better revenue generation either through efficient use of resources or streamlined procurement. 

      Some say data is becoming a commodity, but for the small business it isn’t so. It can, however, be the key to building the most effective business possible. If you would like to learn how your business can use its data better, call the IT professionals at Symmetric Engineering Group today at (813) 749-0895.

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      Everything You Need to Know About Data Backup

      Data backup is seriously important. I feel like this isn’t new to any of our readers. You know you need to keep your data safe. The costs of losing your company data are so high that a major data loss event is considered catastrophic. 

      There are a lot of ways to back up your data, but many of them are flawed and not considered to be compliant with a true business continuity plan (that’s where you are prepared to face a disaster and come out swinging).

      Let’s talk about some wrong ways that we’ve seen organizations handle backup, and what they are missing, and how to stick the landing when it comes to your data backup. But first, let’s define what makes a good backup:

      • Your data is on multiple devices.
      • Your data is in multiple physical locations.
      • Your data is in multiple geographic locations.
      • User error or forgetfulness can’t hinder the backup process.
      • Your backed-up data can’t be stolen.
      • Your backed-up data needs to be complete and recent.
      • Your backed-up data needs to be easy to access and quick to restore.
      • Your backed-up data can be tested.
      • In a worst-case scenario, you can survive off just your backup.

      USB Flash Drives/Thumb Sticks

      Okay, to be honest, I haven’t seen anyone try to pull this off in a long time, but who knows. If you are doing this, I’m sorry if this comes off as rude, but please, PLEASE, get it together!

      USB Flash Drives are cheap little devices you plug into a computer. They pop up as an external hard drive and you can drop files onto them as such. They are great for carrying that PowerPoint presentation from your hotel room to the convention center where the Wi-Fi is crappy, or for transferring photos of your last vacation to show your in-laws during the holidays.

      These devices aren’t guaranteed to work forever. They offer little to no protection for your data, and they can easily be lost or stolen. That, and you shouldn’t wager the survival of your business on something that they hand out at trade shows for free.

      External Hard Drives and Consumer-based Backup

      Typically ranging from $50-to-$200, you can purchase high-capacity external hard drives that connect to your computer and, just like a thumb drive, show up as an extra hard drive on the device. Some of these come with software that lets you schedule backups, some of them are now wireless, and some even come with a trial subscription to store your data online in the cloud.

      These are great for home users who need a low-cost, simple solution to redundantly store their data. If your kid hops on the family computer and infects it with a virus, at least everything is backed up on this other device (provided that the virus doesn't infect files on the backup).

      Unfortunately, this solution has the same flaws as thumb drives. They aren’t hard to steal, and they typically don’t offer any kind of protection to your data if they are stolen. 

      The automated backup capabilities are nice, and the cloud hosting is nice, but if your data isn’t getting encrypted when being sent to the cloud, your sensitive data is being broadcast for anyone to intercept.

      Plus, these devices are small and fragile. They aren’t designed to last forever.

      Server-based RAID

      This isn’t exactly a backup solution, but we’ve talked to business owners who were assured that having a RAID setup in their server was going to keep their data safe.

      Technically, depending on the RAID type, your data IS replicated on a separate hard drive. Unfortunately, that’s about it. 

      You SHOULD definitely have RAID configured within your server. It offers better performance and continuity if a hard drive were to fail (again, depending on the type of RAID that is configured). Unfortunately, RAID isn’t your backup solution.

      Tape Backup

      This is considered the old-school solution for backup. Tape used to be a relatively cheap way to archive large amounts of data. The problem with tape, however, is that it is very slow. It takes a lot of time to run the backup, and an incredibly long amount of time to restore from a backup.

      Restoring all the data from a tape can require dozens of hours of labor, not to mention the time it takes simply to let the transfer happen. What stings even more is that it’s incredibly difficult to simply restore a single file or directory from tape without having to restore the whole thing.

      The plus side is that the tapes are portable, so you could technically keep a tape off site so if your business were to burn down, you’d have all of your data still. That is, of course, if the restore process worked. Tapes can be finicky and degrade over time, which is definitely something to worry about when relying on them for the survival of your business.

      Network Attached Storage (NAS)

      Now we’re getting closer. NAS devices are essentially a device that sits on your network and is designated for storage. Most NAS devices have multiple drive bays so you can expand the storage capabilities.

      NAS devices can serve a lot of different roles, from being a centralized location to store large amounts of data to being a streaming server for your home media library. Some NAS devices have pretty decent backup capabilities, and some can push backed up data to the cloud. Depending on the device, they may offer some level of encryption to keep your data secure during transfer and storage, and some of them support various RAID configurations so if a drive fails you aren’t totally out of luck.

      Network Attached Storage devices come in a HUGE variety of flavors with low-end models and high-end models. They are really great for home use if you want to take your data seriously, but they are definitely more expensive and require more time to set up than a basic consumer external drive. Be sure to do your research though, because like I said, there are a lot of options out there.

      How are NAS devices for businesses, in regard to data backup and business continuity?

      They CAN check a lot of the boxes:

      • If you store your data on a centralized server and back it up to the NAS, then your data is on two hard drives. Check.
      • Since the server and NAS device are two standalone devices, apart from one another, your data is in multiple locations. Check.
      • Is your data in multiple geographic locations? No, but if your NAS device is able to encrypt your data and store it in a secure location offsite, it could be. This likely leads to additional costs for offsite data storage, and you’ll need to do some research to make sure you can easily access your data while it’s off site, while ensuring that it is stored securely.
      • If the device can automatically schedule updates and doesn’t require files or inboxes to be closed to do so, then NAS devices can work without depending on a user.
      • Your backed-up data can’t be stolen? This depends on whether or not it is being encrypted, and how it is being transferred, but it is possible with the right device and configuration.
      • A NAS device can be configured to back up your data often. Check.
      • Restoring files directly from the NAS device tends to be fairly painless and relatively fast. If a disaster were to destroy your NAS device, however, restoring from the cloud solution might be more complicated, depending on the options available. It might be a few days or weeks before you get to see that data again.
      • Some NAS devices will allow you to connect to them like your server and test the consistency of your backup. 
      • Here’s the big one - can you survive off of a NAS device in a worst-case scenario? Maybe. For a typical NAS device, probably not. Once you have multiple users accessing data from the device directly, it’s going to start to struggle. Some more high-end solutions might be able to stagger along if you treat them gently, but they aren’t designed to replace your server.

      We’re so close! I’d at least say if you have a properly configured Network Attached Storage device right now, and it is being regularly tested, monitored, and managed, AND it’s securely storing a copy of your data to the cloud, you are at least doing the bare minimum. If a disaster were to strike, your data recovery and continuity would be a struggle and put a strain on an already stressful situation, but you will likely be able to survive with all of your data.

      That’s good, but you deserve better.

      We Can Do Better - The BDR

      When we put together our backup solution, we weren’t just thinking about backup. We were thinking about business continuity. How can a business not only recover their data, but do so quickly so they can survive virtually any disaster?

      We looked at what massive corporations were doing. Then we looked at ways to make this affordable to smaller businesses. What we came up with was a solution that hits all of the points of a proper backup that is compliant with a business continuity strategy.

      The BDR is like a NAS device in that it exists on your network, but we treat it more like a server with a very specific role - backup.

      The BDR is designed to take backups throughout the day, sometimes as often as every 15 minutes, so even a sudden issue or mistake can be restored. We can restore individual files and directories from it too, so you don’t need to wait a long time if a user accidentally overwrote a single document.

      The BDR encrypts the backed-up data so it is secure, and then sends it off to our secure data center, where it is stored safely in a monitored and managed facility. You always have access to the data that is stored off site.

      If your server goes down, we can quickly push the data from the BDR back to the server. This is exponentially faster than tape, as it’s essentially just transferring files across your network. 

      In the event that your server is totally taken out of commission, the BDR can temporarily act as your server and still continue to back up your data. This means your users can still access everything while your server is being repaired or replaced.

      When a new server is shipped and set up, typically one of the major costs is paying for technicians to migrate all of the data and settings over. The BDR eliminates a large portion of that, because it can actually package up all of the data and do what’s called a bare metal restore. This installs everything on the new server as it was before. Remember, it’s all about getting you back up and running FAST.

      Finally, if the disaster was so bad that it destroyed your BDR, it’s all in the cloud. We can push all of your cloud data to a new BDR and ship it overnight so you can have it set up and not miss a beat. Even if your facility were to flood or burn to the ground, you could rent out a space and be back up and running in 24-to-48 hours. In some cases, we could even have you run partially simply from the data on the cloud.

      You can easily test the backup on the BDR at any time by simulating a data loss event and having it take over for your server.

      The BDR is the backup solution your business deserves. If you want to sleep really well at night and not worry about data loss, we can’t recommend it enough. Want to learn more? Give us a call at (813) 749-0895.

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