When Should I Upgrade My Technology?

When is the worst time to decide you need a new car? It’s probably when you’re on the side of the road in your old, broken down clunker that just won’t run anymore. Hopefully, you’ve never experienced that before. Unfortunately, businesses often find themselves in that exact situation when it comes to their computer systems.…

Hackers are After Healthcare Information

When you think of a hacker frantically tapping away in a dark room, who do you think he’s targeting? Banks? The government? Try healthcare information. 2018 saw three times as many healthcare-related cyberattacks as the year prior, and 2019 is holding onto that momentum. Healthcare breaches are much larger in scope than we imagine. While…

Rise of Ransomware

From a technology standpoint, there’s never been a better time to be alive. Chatting with people for free all across the world or opening your front door at home while in a business meeting, it seems that our interconnected world has unlimited possibilities. Sadly, that can go really wrong when people with less than pure…

Windows 10 and HIPAA Compliance

With the coming Windows 7 end of life, owners of computers that use the popular OS will need to take action of some sort. We’ve heard plenty of reasons why people have been dragging their feet, everything from financial burdens to just plain stubbornness, but there is one very real reason for some to be reluctant to…

Security Features in Windows 10

One of the most commonly used reasons to upgrade to Windows 10, preferably before the Windows 7 End of Life, is the updated security it contains. But what exactly does that update mean? This isn’t just said to scare people into action, and it truly is in everyone’s best interest to upgrade to Windows 10 if they are currently using Windows 7. In this blog, we’ll go over some of…

Don’t Get Nickel and Dimed to Death

As a business owner, you need to decide what level of IT support is right for you. Small businesses frequently operate under the “break-fix” model. Break-fix is exactly what it sounds like: you run your business normally until something breaks, then you pay an IT support company to fix it. Large corporations usually have an…