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The Best Place for Redundancy is IT

How do you eradicate the phrase "network downtime?" Redundancy. Now more than ever, business is a round-the-clock operation. To keep things up and running 24/7, redundancy in IT is a must. A network should be like a well-organized public transportation system. Buses and trains run consistently unless they are stopped for scheduled or unforeseen mai...
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Is BYOD Right For You?

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What's the Goal of Mobile? We've talked about mobile before . (Who isn't talking about mobile these days?) But we want to emphasize that the goal of a good mobile program isn't being able to work from anywhere. The goal of a good mobile program is to be able to work seamlessly from anywhere. It's not about employees checking in on company email on ...
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A Holistic Approach to Security and Usability

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  Unsettled Scales: Security vs. Usability Just because balancing effective security with ease-of-use seems like an endless pursuit doesn't mean it's an unnecessary one. Both usability and security are important factors in a healthy workplace; finding a proper balance (that also takes cost into account) is a unique challenge of 21 st century m...
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Being a Tech Savvy Leader Could Save Your Company

Nicole Haggerty; On Becoming an IT Savvy CEO; Ivey Business Journal As a leader in your company, you don't necessarily need to know how to store things in the cloud, but you should probably know why it's useful. You don't need to be able to perform the IT tasks critical for your company's survival, but you should be tech savvy enough to know what p...
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The 3 C’s For a Longer Life

We're going to take it back to the basics today. In our work, we're fairly consistently replacing end of life hardware. It's never very fun to have to replace something that's worked well for most of its life. Technology equipment is expensive, and we want yours to last as long as possible. So let's talk about three simple ways to add years to your...
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Become a Password Pro

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In one of our latest blog posts , we talked briefly about business apps that will keep you moving forward in today's mobile environment. One of our very favorites (although not necessarily mobile) is LastPass, a brilliant modern solution to a problem that has been around since the dawn of the digital age: remembering all your passwords. Personal te...
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Self-Sufficiency in IT or How to Run a Marathon

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Why instant gratification isn't always the answer There's a lot of desire out there for quick results, and a lot of pressure as a service company to offer instant satisfaction. Current problems are real and important, but something is lost when all the focus of a transaction is on the here and now. IT companies that focus too much on instant implem...
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Adapting to a Mobile World

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As a business of any size, there's a constant necessity to adapt. And in today's world, adaptation doesn't happen without implementation of mobile solutions. #3 on SMB Group's list of Top 10 Technology Trends for 2015 focuses on how SMBs are recalibrating strategy and spending for a mobile world. The amount of mobile business apps used regularly in...
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Getting the Most Out of Your Technology

In a short TED talk that shares 10 timesaving technology tips, David Pogue hints at two basic points: 1) people want their technology to be intuitive and 2) people don't want to spend time reading manuals. Pogue is the personal technology columnist for the New York Times and a tech correspondent for CBS news. He wants to help others free up sacred ...
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How to Survive a Microsoft Audit

Recently, we held a budget consultation meeting with a good client of ours. During the meeting, we spent some time discussing the pros and cons of User CALs vs. Device CALs. Afterward, we realized many companies likely have the same questions that led to that fruitful discussion. Today, we want to share some insight to demystify CALs and help your ...
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