Woman reacts to network downtime

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3 of the Top Causes of Downtime and How to Stop Them

Advances in technology have transformed the modern workplace. People are working faster and more efficiently than ever before. But all of that work and efficiency comes to a crashing halt the moment your system stops working due to downtime.
HIPAA

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HIPAA Peace of Mind Lesson 3: Why Should an Organization Be HIPAA Compliant

Too many healthcare organizations think of HIPAA as just another government regulation which limits their revenue and drives up their expenses. Generally, we see this attitude when organizations do not really understand the intent behind the HIPAA regulations.
Ransomware

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A quick guide to ransomware (and how to stop it)

While the majority of those hit by ransomware attacks are healthcare and government organizations, many others have fallen victim to the data seizure scheme. Ransomware attacks are rising significantly, targeting large international organizations, major corporations and small businesses alike.
Doctors discussing HIPAA compliance.

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HIPAA Peace of Mind Lesson 2: Are You Required to be HIPAA Compliant

There is often confusion about whether an organization falls under HIPAA regulations or not. HIPAA regulates two types of organizations—Covered Entities and Business Associates. If you have questions or would like a complimentary HIPAA Compliance Review for your organization, please contact us.
Cybersecurity Strategy

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Your cybersecurity strategy: Protecting desktops, laptops, email and more

Many SMBs assume that hackers won't attack them because they don't have as much client data and money as multi-national corporations. The truth is that cybercriminals continue to target SMBs—and they’re successful with an alarming degree of frequency. You need to protect your SMB.
HIPAA

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HIPAA Peace of Mind Lesson 1: What Is HIPAA and Why It Is Important?

HIPAA is a series of federal laws and implementation regulations enacted beginning in 1996 to protect the privacy and security of patient information. Patient information extends beyond purely clinical information like medical records. It also includes demographic and financial information.
Cloud Server

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Cloud servers vs onsite servers: Which is right for your business?

Today's expanding global economy drives the demand to keep both hard- and software updated and current. While in-house servers offer an enterprise on-site control, cloud servers provide them with the flexibility they need to compete successfully today and in the future.

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Thought leadership: Reflections from reading Extreme Ownership

War is an intense laboratory for leadership lessons and the authors…
Office 365

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5 Ways to Boost Productivity with Office 365

Microsoft's Office 365 is the go-to productivity suite for businesses of all sizes. But did you know there are plugins that can make the your favorite programs even more useful? Get more out of your Office 365 subscription by adding these free plugins today.
IT Infrastructure

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How to document your IT Infrastructure

As a small business owner, you know that if if something goes wrong with your technology, you need a fix—quick. One way to help achieve that quick fix is to do what many others don't. You need to maintain accurate documentation of your IT infrastructure.