Who Do You Want Doing Your IT?

Whom Do You Want Doing Your IT? I was recently contacted by a national vendor that is now selling Microsoft 365 in a push to sell their Managed Services. It was interesting as they are trying to sell Microsoft and Managed Services to a Managed Services provider! It struck me, if they do not even know…

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New Work From Home Video Conferencing App

New Work From Home Video Conferencing App This last week saw the announcement of two new video conferencing options for the work from home (WFH) crowd. Microsoft announced its dedicated Microsoft Teams device in collaboration with Lenovo. The ThinkSmart View is a touch screen device allowing you to interact with all your Teams functions as…

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Bookings – New Microsoft 365 feature app that’s worth a look

Bookings – New Microsoft 365 feature app that’s worth a look Along with the name change from Office 365 to Microsoft 365, Microsoft has released a new feature that can be very useful. Bookings! Bookings is an app that will allow you to share your calendar to avoid the “Oh, can you meet at this…

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The Case for VoIP

The Case for VoIP | VOIP Phone Systems Consider this (Twilight Zone Theme song here): There is a sudden health care crisis, and your office is going to shut down. You need your employees to be able to work. What are you going to do? As you are all too aware, this has been the…

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Home Router Warning

Home Router Warning! With the rapid deployment of Work From Home (WFH), security was not the first priority. To protect yourself and your company, now is the time to bring security to the forefront.   Recently a German company carried out a study involving 127 home routers and the results were appalling!   Most did not…

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Too Much Cybersecurity

Too Much Cybersecurity? In a recent article (see HERE) from ZDNet, IBM provided a report the Cyber Resillient Organization Report. It stated that, on average, IT for enterprise-size companies deployed up to 45 cybersecurity-related tools on their networks. This is an astounding number and far more than should ever be needed. Secondly, it would  create overlaps in…

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COVID-19 Tracer App Scam

COVID-19 Tracer App Scam Many of you have heard about the updates to iPhones and Android devices. They are setting up to allow your phone to utilize a COVID-19 tracer app. (for more info see HERE) These apps are designed to track your movements in relation to others via your cellphones. They can inform you…

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Business Continuity

Business Continuity Planning Due to the economic crisis we’ve all suddenly been plunged into, many businesses didn’t make it. For those that did, I have one question; Did you make it through because you had a plan in place, or did you make it through by the skin of your teeth? Business Continuity Planning is…

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Brave New World

As we go back to our offices, I find there is a new sense of awareness that many people have. Things that we were certain of can change in an instant. We need to be prepared, at least as prepared as we can be.
But I also sense a change in how business will be conducted going forward.

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network mistake

Making This One Mistake With Your Network Can DESTROY Your Business A lot of businesses wait until something breaks before they fix it. And even then, they may take a “patchwork” approach to fixing the problem. They are reactive rather than proactive. Sometimes taking a reactive approach is fine, but other times, and depending on…

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