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Real Risk of Hacking

The Real Risk of Hacking for Businesses Small business owners beware – hacking is a real threat for companies of all sizes. Recent security breaches at corporate giants like Sony and Target have brought cyber crime back under the public

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Internet Use at Work

Handling Internet Use at Work Office employees spend a lot of time on computers and mobile devices that allow them to browse the internet. This capability saves a lot of time by making communication and information access more efficient. Unfortunately,

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Cloud vs Premises Hosting

The Hosting Decision: On the Ground or in the Cloud? As your company replaces outdated software and hardware, it will inevitably face the debacle of data storage. When it comes to hosting, there are more options available now than ever

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Windows 2003 Expiration

July 14: The End of Windows Server 2003 Mark your calendars, because the end of Windows Server 2003 has arrived! July 14, 2015 was the last day that the operating system will be officially supported by developer Microsoft. After 12

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Adopting Windows 10 for Businesses: Why You Should Wait

Windows 10 is here, but is it the right time to update? The prospect of a free Windows upgrade is tempting to many professional consumers, but adopting new operating systems immediately after release can actually hurt your business. While there

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Are Managed IT Services Right for your Company?

From one-man startups to established corporations with hundreds of employees, businesses of all shapes and sizes turn to professional IT firms for crucial services. The question is not IF you will need the help information technology specialists, but rather WHEN

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