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Laptop Encryption for HIPAA Compliance

Arthritis and Rheumatism Associates (ARA) is a large healthcare practice based in Maryland. With approximately 20 physicians and more than 200 staff, ARA manages an extensive IT infrastructure.Successfully managing and encrypting these myriad devices is critical to ensuring good business practices.
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Your Guide to Pain Free Telecom Transformations

Considering a switch for your telecom services? Not sure where to start? If you are feeling overwhelmed by all the options, check out this guide to pain free telecom transformations for a smooth transition.

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PCI Validated P2PE – The Simple and Safe Path to PCI Compliance

Many of our clients take payments from their customers using…

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Mr. Jennings Goes to Washington…

We’re all targets for phishing, and you can imagine how attractive the Senate staffers would be! Mike briefly covered the various types of phishing, including Credential, Spear, Whaling and Business Email Compromise. He included examples and discussed how to spot each type.
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5 Steps to Creating a “Neverdown” Network

Let’s look at the 5 critical steps to creating a network that will remain reliable for both your staff and your customer for years to come.
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5 tips for managing your business IT infrastructure

How do you backup your data and share information? if you're overlooking other areas of your business IT infrastructure, you could be losing money and limiting your productivity. To prevent this from happening, here are some top tips for managing your business IT infrastructure.
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Essential IT checklist for new office setup

IT relocation may seem stressful and overwhelming at first, but with a little planning and forethought, the process can be quick and pain-free.
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How to protect your network while allowing BYOD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies are changing the business world for the better. With fewer overheads and greater working flexibility for employees, it may at first seem as though you cannot find fault with this approach. With our advice, you can adopt a BYOD policy and strengthen your network against attacks.
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5 steps to a solid BYOD policy

It’s increasingly common for employees to have their own devices – laptops, tablets, phones – at work; devices that they’re comfortable and familiar with. But BYOD policies can create some potentially dangerous situations for employers. Use these steps as you set up your BYOD policy.
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6 things a good network risk assessment should include

A network risk assessment is one of the best ways to keep your network secure. It can identify vulnerabilities and allow you to fix them before cybercriminals exploit them or unwitting employees expose them. Here are 6 services a good assessment should include.