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IT Security and Reliability Considerations for Construction Companies

Posted by Scott Breitman on August 25, 2021



In the latest installment of our multi-part series on the growth of construction companies, we take a closer look at the IT security and reliability considerations that abound in the modern landscape. With companies becoming increasingly connected, every industry is now a potential target of a ... Read More

Topics: cyberattacks, IT security, IT managed services, AEC, contractor,, home builder, Construction companies, reliability, decision-makers

Using Remote Access and Mobile Computing to Support Your Construction Business

Posted by Scott Breitman on August 21, 2021



The need for mobile systems has always existed in the construction industry. After all, projects aren't completed in the office. Construction company teams find themselves across the region, sometimes in remote locations, needing to communicate with owners, architects, project managers, and the home ... Read More

Topics: remote access, construction sector, construction company, mobile computing, cloud app, mobile technology, cloud computing, contractor,, home builder, automation, collaboration

Emerging Trends in Construction Management Technology That Every Iowa Construction Executive Should Know About

Posted by Scott Breitman on August 3, 2021



The construction industry is one of the most critical sectors in the Iowa economy, representing 5% of the state's overall economic activity and spread across nearly ten thousand companies employing approximately 80,000 Iowans today vs. just over 60,000 a decade ago.

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Topics: information, data, office networks, business operations, Document Managemen, Building Information Modeling, LiDAR, Drones, Job Site Applications, BIM

Essential Steps in Properly Terminating an Employee's Access to Information Technology

Posted by Scott Breitman on July 30, 2021

Information Technology professionals are truly essential resources for the day-to-day operation of your business. It's critical that you build a strong team of experts, whether insourced or outsourced, and that they be managed and supported effectively. At the same time, IT personnel are not the only employees ... Read More

Topics: information, office networks, industrial network, business operations, employee termination

How Managed IT Can Help Your Iowa Construction Company Grow

Posted by Scott Breitman on July 16, 2021



Construction company owners and leaders throughout Iowa face two consistent challenges when it comes to growth. The first is selecting and pursuing the right kinds of projects in a fast-changing marketplace. And the second is finding the right talent and technology to scale the company flexibly. Whether ... Read More

Topics: information, big data, data, office networks, eternal networks, industrial network, industrial network security, business operations, security exploitations

How Industrial Networking Is Changing Business Operations for the Better

Posted by Scott Breitman on July 15, 2021



Industrial networks have become increasingly common over the last decade as more companies realize that they can use data to improve diverse processes. Recent innovations make business operations even more effective. Before you invest in a new or existing industrial network, learn about the benefits of ... Read More

Topics: information, big data, data, office networks, eternal networks, industrial network, industrial network security, business operations, security exploitations

End of Toshiba Phones for Business

Posted by Scott Breitman on June 29, 2021



If your business relies on Toshiba business phones, there are important decisions to be made soon. The phone products, now owned by Mitel, are being completely phased out, giving businesses the chance to upgrade and add new capabilities. With the phase-out of Toshiba phones, local businesses are turning ... Read More

Topics: technology updates, BusinessToBusinessITSolutions, IT solutions, IT security, IT technology challenges, managed services provider

Emerging Trends in ERP Software for Growing Industrial Companies

Posted by Scott Breitman on June 25, 2021



Just a couple of decades ago, many businesses viewed ERP (enterprise resource planning) software as helpful but unessential. Somehow, companies found ways to manage supply chains and manage risk without much help from real-time data analytics. It certainly helped that competitors also struggled without ... Read More

Topics: risk management, supply chain, business processes, compliance, integration, ERP software, enterprise resource planning, enterprise performance management, project management, analytics, real-time data

The Most Pressing Technology Challenges in Healthcare and What You Can Do About Them

Posted by Scott Breitman on June 22, 2021



Healthcare IT has revolutionized the industry, making it easier than ever for doctors to access patient records, discover potential drug interactions before they cause harm, and track outbreaks as they emerge in communities. Electronic medical records (EMRs), for example, give authorized healthcare ... Read More

Topics: Healthcare IT, HIPAA, HIPAA compliance, IT security, telemedicine, patient records, IT technology challenges, ransomware, telehealth, managed services provider, healthcare technology,, electronic medical records, EMR, security compliance

Challenges that Small and Mid-Sized Medical Practices Face in Obtaining HIPAA Compliance

Posted by Scott Breitman on May 19, 2021



Today's small and mid-sized medical practices know the importance of becoming HIPAA compliant, but the challenges that stand in their way can be daunting. From lack of proper administrative tools to common cybersecurity challenges, here's a closer look at the likely issues you'll face as you work to ... Read More

Topics: CyberSecurity, compliance challenges, small practices, medium practices, HIPAA challenges, security protocols, IT solutions, HIPAA compliance, technical challenges, medical practices, obtaining compliance, HIPAA laws