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Importance of Data Loss Protection 

January 10, 2024

As a business leader, there’s not much more important than protecting your data, especially when that data contains sensitive and personal information of clients and consumers. From credit card and financial information to social security numbers, protected health information and personal identifiers, there is so much information out there that needs to be protected.  What…

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Organize Your Digital Life: End-of-Year Computer Clean Up

November 2, 2022

With the end of the calendar year quickly approaching, many businesses find that they want to start the new calendar year fresh and clean. There’s nothing better than a clean slate to kick off the new year. This “fresh start” may mean different things for different industries.  For instance, retail businesses may want to take…


How Secure Is Your Password? 

May 4, 2022

Think you have a strong password? You may want to think twice about that after you study some of the most recent reports on cyber security and password detection analysis.  Despite years of warnings about the importance of selecting strong, secure, and difficult to guess passwords, Americans are still lackadaisical about their passwords. Too many…

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3 Reasons to Backup Your Data Now 

May 20, 2020

If you know the IT and data world at all, you probably have heard the phrase, “If you have only one, you have none.” This mantra means that if you don’t have a backup plan for your data, you have nothing at all. You could be gambling your business’s future without a clear and well…

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Keeping Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Electronic Health Records (EHR) Safe

February 26, 2020

The vast majority of dental and medical practices have switched from paper records to electronic medical records in an effort to provide better patient care and modernize offices and treatment methods.  In transferring records from paper to digital format, these electronic medical records are covered under the HIPAA law, which requires that your healthcare provider…