Month: July 2012

When Should Your Update Your Computer’s Operating System?

Windows XP has been around since 2001 — eons in technology time — yet, today Windows XP still has a market share of 27%. Which mean lots of businesses are still running an 11-year-old operating system. Windows Vista didn’t motivate a lot of businesses to upgrade and by the time Windows 7 came along, most…

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Cost-saving IT Tips for Businesses

Cutting corners with your technology could lead to big problems down the road. However, there are some smart ways that businesses can cut technology costs without creating long term headaches. Replace old hardware It may seem like you are saving money by running old computers, but it is typically more expensive to keep fixing aging…

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Mobile Security in Mobile World

Security threats that were once the sole domain of internet-connected computers have branched out into today’s mobile world as tablet computers and smart phones become popular targets for security attacks. The emergence of BYOD policies has created even more targets for hackers who will try anything to get access to your valuable data. Now that…

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10 Rules for Successful BYOD Plan

How do you plant to support your staff’s desire (need) to use personal apps and devices, while allowing them to be productive in a secure environment that protects valuable business data? We’ve been warning our clients to get their BYOD policies in order because, whether you allow it or not, employees will most likely use their…

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Disaster Recovery Planning: A Reminder from Mother Nature

The storm that ravaged the East Coast last week left hundreds of thousands of businesses without electricity and power companies warned it could take several days to restore electricity completely in some areas. On top of power outages, some areas dealt with storm-related flooding and tree-damaged buildings. It should not take a disaster to compel…

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