Does Your IT Have You Feeling Snowed Under?

Information Technology is a critical and often confusing part of your business operations – which is why great IT support makes all the difference.

The Difference Between Business and Home Phone Services

If you think that all telephone services are equal and that there’s no difference between a business phone and a home phone system, you’d be wrong. In fact, there are several differences between a phone used for business and a ...

The Risks Multifunction Printers Pose To Your Healthcare Practice

This often-overlooked security gap can create a surprising number of serious security risks. Multifunction printers are great tools, offering your team the ability to ...

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We all know that today’s technology is invaluable, and with time, it will become even more so. This is true for all types of businesses, even law firms. The legal profession used to lag behind others in the adoption of ...

Is It Time To Retire That Old Server?

You may have been using your server for years, and haven’t noticed any decline in performance. But what if I were to tell you that servers lose efficiency the longer you use them?

Healthcare and The Threat of Ransomware

It’s no secret that the healthcare system has been wracked with ransomware attempts. In fact, it was one of the main concerns for 2017. This is due to the large amount of personal information that’s in the hands of the ...

5 Tips For Avoiding Tax-Related Identity And Data Theft

Theft and fraud are serious causes for concern both in and out of the office, which makes education and awareness on the subject crucial. ...

Is Microsoft Office 365 a Cloud or Software as a Service?

This is a question that comes up all the time—Is Microsoft Office 365 considered a cloud solution or Software As A Service? I guess ...

Be Prepared to Combat Insider IT Security Risks in 2018

Did you know that in 2016, IBM found that 60% of all cyber attacks were carried out by insiders? Of these three quarters were due to malicious intent, and one fourth due to negligence or error.

How Scammers Use Familiar Phone Numbers to Steal Your Information

Scam phone calls are not a new thing, but scammers are getting bolder and more sophisticated. In 2010, more than 84,000 people reported phone-related scams to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).