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Protecting Your Business Technology from a Terminated Employee

Posted by Scott Breitman on April 13, 2020

Terminating an employee is never a fun experience for anyone involved. However, if the decision has been made to terminate an employee, then it should be done in a way that is respectful, while still protecting the company and company information.

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Topics: business information, computer security

8 Ways Your Old Computers Are Costing Your Business

Posted by Scott Breitman on February 21, 2020

Computers today can last a very long time. However, using a computer for your business until it no longer functions properly is a surefire way to lose money. While new computers and technology can be costly, it is very tempting to put off those large expenses as a way to save money, not realizing that doing so ... Read More

Topics: technology updates

HIPAA Compliance: What You Need to Know

Posted by Scott Breitman on January 22, 2020

While all customer data is important to keep secure, electronic protected health information (ePHI) is even more sensitive. If your business does not comply with HIPAA regulations and a breach in private information happens, you can be fined, criminally charged, or have civil action lawsuits brought against your ... Read More

Topics: business information, computer security

Updating Your Business Phone System? Look for These 8 Things

Posted by Scott Breitman on November 21, 2019

Your business is ready to upgrade the phone system. You need something that is easy to use that won’t break your budget. What other features and functionality should you consider when shopping for a new phone system? We have compiled a list of eight things you should look for. 

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Topics: business phone

9 Tips to Help Small Businesses Balance Their IT Budget

Posted by Scott Breitman on October 22, 2019

One of the basics of running a successful business is to make and stick to a budget. We all know that is much easier said than done, but this vital tool can allow you to see the complete picture of what your small business is spending on IT services. Analyzing spending, profits, and cash flow enables you to ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, business information, IT questions

Make Sure Your Technology Is HIPAA Compliant

Posted by Scott Breitman on September 23, 2019

HIPAA was designed to protect electronic health information, so making sure that your healthcare business technology meets HIPAA compliance is of utmost importance. Healthcare providers that are transparent with their HIPAA compliance instill more confidence in their patients, since they can rest assured that ... Read More

Topics: business information

Managed IT Service Provider Terms to Know

Posted by Mike Hurt on August 27, 2019

Working with a managed IT service provider (MSP) is very different from having IT personnel on staff. They may not be in the office, but the MSP is very knowledgeable and can offer support 24 hours a day—not just from 9 to 5. Sometimes, you may feel like you are speaking a different language. We have broken down ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, IT questions

Security Measures All Small Businesses Need

Posted by Scott Breitman on June 14, 2019

Most small business owners think they have their digital security under control because they have a firewall or because they use a spam filter on their email. But the reality is, you’re more likely than not nowhere close to covering everything. In fact, Read More

Topics: computer security

My Computer’s Been Infected! What Do I Do?

Posted by Mike Hurt on May 31, 2019

We all risk accidentally downloading dangerous malware while browsing the internet. Malicious software can slow our computers, leak sensitive information, and even lead to heavy financial losses. While a few simple techniques can remove many viruses, malicious software is growing more sophisticated, and ... Read More

Topics: computer repair, computer security, IT questions

What Should I Look for in My Small Business Phone System?

Posted by Scott Breitman on May 15, 2019

Small businesses today need the flexibility to adapt to fast-paced marketplaces and changing client needs. As a result, businesses are seeking phone systems that do more than simply make and receive calls. Small businesses need communications systems that accommodate video calls, webinars, instant messaging, and ... Read More

Topics: VoIP, business phone