Data breaches, 5 things you can do to help prevent them!

The definition of a Data Breach, as given by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS.gov) is; “An incident in which sensitive, protected or confidential data has potentially been viewed, stolen or used by an individual unauthorized to do so.” With 120 Million patient records compromised in 2015, more than 90% of healthcare organizations,…

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Ask the IT Expert! – (January 2016 edition)

We want to scan in all of our medical documents, what is the best way to do this? – submitted by Robin First we must know if you want to scan the documents in yourself or if you would like to have a service do it for you. There are many reputable, HIPAA compliant services…

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Is VOIP the business phone system for you?

There is lots of options for business when it comes to phone systems. Here are some things to consider before purchasing or switching to a VOIP system. Is VOIP reliable? VOIP, from most providers these days, is very stable, much better than just a few short years ago, Systems and softwares have been vastly improved…

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If You Don’t Accept Credit Cards with a CHIP… Your Fraud Liability Protection Will DIP

The EMV Initiative and Liability Shift By Kathy Delaney Winger* Financial Services and Data Security Attorney If you are a merchant that accepts credit cards or a credit card issuer, the risk to your livelihood will potentially change exponentially on October 1, 2015. Your liability could increase or it could decrease – but it will…

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What does “putting your business in the cloud” really mean?

You’ve heard the talk, maybe even checked out a few vendors who are “cloud-based” but is the cloud really for you? What are the risks? What does it really mean to be cloud based? We will take you through these topics and more and help you to decipher this mystical thing called “the Cloud!” First,…

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Windows 10 what you should know

Microsoft is releasing Windows 10 on July 29th. Here is what you need to know: Is it free? If you are currently running Windows 7 or 8, it is free to upgrade for the next year. If you are not currently running those versions, prices should be $119 for Home Edition and $199 for Pro.…

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7 Things to know about traveling with your computer or tablet.

Are you traveling this summer for vacation, pleasure or work? If you’ve never traveled before with your laptop or tablet or it’s been awhile since you have, you may want to check out this document and make sure you’re ready! Tablets and laptops have become a way of life for most of us, we use…

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Multiple Browser updates – ready to update Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome?

Both Google and Mozilla have released security updates for their Chrome and Firefox browsers. Google Chrome has been updated to 41.0.2272.118, fixing 4 security holes—one of which was critical and one that was High. Go to this site for help in updating Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95414?hl=en Mozilla has updated Firefox to version 37, Firefox ESR to version…

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Managed services and you…

test Post – Monitoring or Managed Services, as it is called, is the right way to maintain, update and protect your computers. The object is to catch the issues before they become problems for your business. We keep your computer running quickly, smoothly and consistently; you get your work done!

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