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Cloud-Based Phone Solutions for Your Flexible Workplace

Posted by Scott Breitman on April 9, 2019

To remain competitive, small businesses today need to combine efficient communication with flexibility. Instead of hosting expensive and labor-intensive phone servers, small businesses are increasingly opting to use cloud-based phone systems. Hosting phone services through an internet connection, these ... Read More

Topics: business phone, cloud voice

How Do I Ensure My Cloud Data Is Secure?

Posted by Scott Breitman on March 11, 2019

Cloud storage can refer to both large public cloud storage options run by companies like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, as well as smaller private clouds run by individual businesses. Large public clouds like those run by Google have been popular because of their convenience and almost ubiquitous presence. ... Read More

Topics: computer security, data backup, cloud data

Computer Security Tips for Students

Posted by Mike Hurt on March 1, 2019

A malfunctioning or virus-ridden computer is a nightmare for any student who's trying to research online or save their work after spending hours writing a paper. Before you fall victim to a computer that is lacking in security, use these tips to protect your device and your data. 

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Topics: computer security

The End of Windows 7

Posted by Scott Breitman on February 21, 2019

Windows 7 continues to play a major role in businesses around the country. According to Read More

Topics: managed IT services, technology updates

Are Your Online Activities Safe & Secure?

Posted by Scott Breitman on February 13, 2019

Before business operations were transferred to networked cloud storage, the primary security challenge facing businesses was virus protection. Malware slowed down and often disabled devices, costing companies valuable time and resources. However, as more businesses conduct their business online or on cloud ... Read More

Topics: computer security

10 Reasons to Be Proactive & Not Reactive with Business IT

Posted by Scott Breitman on January 19, 2019

Outdated, reactive IT services end up costing businesses untold amounts of revenue each year. We are all familiar with the old IT model. Employees submit a help ticket when their computers malfunction, and the IT department does their best to ... Read More

Topics: managed IT services, IT questions

Terms to Know Before Buying Your Business Phone System

Posted by Scott Breitman on December 12, 2018

Businesses have been using phone systems for over 100 years. Today, there are more options than ever to install phone systems for your company. As a result, the terms can often be confusing. Here are the most important terms you need to know to best understand your company’s phone system and determine which type ... Read More

Topics: business phone

Shopping Tips for Buying a Refurbished Computer

Posted by Mike Hurt on November 27, 2018

We all need up-to-date computers for our professional and personal lives, but buying new can be incredibly expensive. With just a little research, you can buy a refurbished computer that will not only save you hundreds of dollars but can also be more reliable than a new one. 

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Topics: computer repair, computer recycling

Are Your Employees Using Their Work Email Safely?

Posted by Scott Breitman on November 14, 2018

Running a small business has changed dramatically over just the past few of decades. While you can reach customers all over the world almost instantly, opening countless business opportunities, you must also face significant cyber security risks. Read More

Topics: computer security

Differences Between a Mediocre and Exceptional IT Company

Posted by Scott Breitman on October 8, 2018

Whether a company is improving its efficiency or struggling to maintain profitability, one line item in the budget that often finds itself on the chopping block is the allocation for managed IT services.

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Topics: managed IT services, IT questions