When you start a new business, you’re often running with a lean operation during the startup phase. You and your employees wear multiple hats to handle job duties, you’re working with a limited budget and you have a lot of upfront infrastructure to put in place. One area small businesses may skimp out on is IT support and staff. If you aren’t running a technology-centric startup, you might not place…
How to Decide for Your Business: Making the Decision to Move to the Cloud
The technology world makes frequent mention of “the cloud”, which often makes it difficult to determine if this too is just another tech buzzword or if “the cloud” is actually a key tool to help enable your business operations to succeed.
At the most basic level, cloud-based technology consist of hardware and software resources that you access through off-site based resources, instead of through an…
7 Reasons to Switch to Windows 10 This Year
KeyRaider Malware Targets Apple Devices
This week Palo Alto Networks announced their identification of the KeyRaider malware attack, “the largest known Apple account theft caused by malware,” which to date has compromised the IT security of over 225,000 Apple accounts.
How Does KeyRaider Work?
KeyRaider targets “jailbroken” iDevices, which strips Apple devices of their built-in security measures.
Survival Steps After Windows Server 2003 End of Support
On July 14, 2015, Microsoft stopped providing extended support for Windows Server 2003 (WS2003). Ending this support meant no more security updates or incident support for customers who retained the older operating system.
Information Security: What’s It Mean for Healthcare IT ?
The pervasive use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) has made sharing patient information significantly easier. While this has dramatically improved the quality of patient care, how secure is your confidential patient information?
Windows 10: Helping Your Office Bridge the Gap Between PCs and Tablets
When Microsoft released Windows 8, it went too far in focusing on the tablet experience, leaving desktop computer users out to dry. Now it’s time for Windows 10 to show that Microsoft has an operating system truly capable of bridging the gap between PCs and tablets. Approximately 74 percent of companies promote some form of bring your…