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  • How Long Can Your Business Afford to Be Offline?

    by K Logan | Nov 18, 2015
    Data loss and downtime can account for staggering losses, yet many organizations are not protected against these scenarios. While data loss climbs, IT managers are less confident than ever about retrieving lost data. Find out how to protect yourself.
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  • 4 Types of Technology That Can Help You Grow

    by K Logan | Nov 13, 2015
    Growing your business can seem scary when you look at the potential costs involved. Fortunately, there are a few ways to grow your organization without breaking the bank. We put together 4 types of technology that can help you grow your business.
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  • Should You Lease or Buy a Copier?

    by K Logan | Nov 05, 2015
    It's a question many businesses ask when they start shopping for a copier, but the answer is not black and white.
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  • 7 Technology Terrors and How To Resolve Them

    by K Logan | Oct 28, 2015
    Possessed printers, phantom phone lines and ink-eating goblins? Sometimes technology can act downright spooky. In the spirit of Halloween, we put together a list of 7 common technology terrors and how to handle them.
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  • 5 Ways for Charter Schools to Save Time and Money

    by K Logan | Oct 23, 2015
    How do charter schools deal with the same level of increasing requirements that public schools face without the same access to resources that a school district provides? Meeting these challenges while not wasting time or money is a matter of leveraging the right solutions. Today's technology offers secure and scalable options that improve productivity and efficiency by cutting out unnecessary tasks and costs. Here are 5 Ways for Charter Schools to Save Schools Time and Money Using Technology:
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  • 5 Technology Hacks That Can Improve Productivity

    by K Logan | Oct 06, 2015
    Even with reduced staff and resources, more small and medium sized companies are able to leverage technology and compete with larger companies. This competitive edge can be surprisingly easy to gain. Sometimes its only a matter of reallocating assets or making a few upgrades. Here are 5 technology hacks that can improve productivity.
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  • 5 Benefits of Outsourcing Medical Transcription

    by K Logan | Sep 29, 2015
    Over the last decade, technology has made outsourcing transcription easier than ever. With advances like digital recording equipment, speech recognition and secure network environments, more practices are looking to outsource their transcription – and for good reasons. Here are 5 benefits of outsourcing medical transcription.
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  • 10 Things a Healthcare IT Provider Should Offer

    by K Logan | Sep 22, 2015
    With the number of IT service companies touting themselves as healthcare information security experts, it’s important to know what a good provider of IT Services should be offering healthcare practices.To help you know what to look for, we’ve put together this list of 10 things a Healthcare IT provider should offer:
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  • 3 Ways Unified Communications Improves Operations for Utility Companies

    by K Logan | Sep 15, 2015
    Your phone system is the hub of communications – and it could probably be doing a lot more for you. Like every business, utility companies are looking for ways to gain the competitive advantage, make customers happier and operate more efficiently. Here are 3 ways unified communications can help make that happen.
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  • Buying a New Phone System? 5 Questions to Answer First

    by K Logan | Sep 08, 2015
    Purchasing a new phone system is a big decision that requires careful consideration and planning to ensure the maximum return on investment for your organization. There is a number of things to consider when shopping for a new phone system. Here are 5 questions you need to answer before you buy.
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  • 5 Unexpected Advantages of Teleworking

    by K Logan | Sep 02, 2015
    With the number of telecommuters steadily rising, many organizations are wondering if they should offer teleworking options to their employees. Although most businesses primarily see it as a perk that larger corporations can afford to offer, many organizations see it for what it really is: a strategic way to gain a competitive edge. To help you see how it can benefit your organization, we’ve put together a list of 5 unexpected advantages.
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  • Avoid Multiple Phone Systems to Improve Your Client's Experience

    by K Logan | Aug 25, 2015
    Multiple or duplicate phone systems can cause a host of problems that necessitate labor-intensive workarounds. Phones are often the last thing you think about when you’re growing or adding facilities, but a streamlined phone system can solve a lot of your operational issues. We’ve put together a list of 3 ways your phone system can significantly improve the efficiency of your facilities as you grow – and positively impact your clients.
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  • 5 Things to Consider before Implementing Unified Communications

    by K Logan | Aug 20, 2015
    Successfully implementing UC can seem challenging to many organizations – especially when they consider the potential cost. It’s important to look at all of the associated costs, and not just the sticker price. This will provide you with a better picture of the total cost of ownership as well as the return on investment. With this information, you can better decide if UC is right for your organization.Here are 5 things to consider before implementing Unified Communications:
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  • 6 Easy Steps to Virtualization

    by K Logan | Aug 12, 2015
    Virtualization, or converting physical network components into virtual assets, can greatly benefit companies in terms of operating costs, resource conservation and productivity and it’s important to take the right steps to make the conversion successful. Here are 6 easy steps to help you plan your virtualization project.
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  • 5 Times You Should Consider Upgrading Your Phones

    by K Logan | Aug 06, 2015
    Many businesses put off upgrading their phone systems, thinking it is either unnecessary or too much of a hassle. Companies operating a legacy system with traditional phone lines might be surprised at the money they can save with an upgrade. We’ve put together 5 times to consider upgrading your office phones.
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  • Are Wireless Printers Secure?

    by K Logan | Jul 29, 2015
    Many offices today are using wireless printers, scanners, copiers and fax machines (or all-in-one printers) without securing these devices on their wireless network, leaving themselves exposed for a cyberattack. Unfortunately, the damage they can cause can be striking, and can impact more than the device itself. It can bring down the whole network. It doesn’t need to be this way though.
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  • 4 Ways Your Phone System Can Improve Patient Care

    by K Logan | Jul 16, 2015
    Your phone system is the voice of your practice, whether you realize it or not. Today’s technology has the potential to either make or break your patient experience. Here are four things that your telephone system can (and should) do in order to support a positive patient experience.
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  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Virtualization

    by K Logan | Jul 14, 2015
    To virtualize or not to virtualize, that is the question many business owners are staring down. Though the current trend is towards virtual everything, businesses need to weigh the pros and cons. To help with this, we've outlined the advantages and disadvantages of virtualization.
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  • How to Print an Envelope in Word 2013

    by K Logan | Jul 09, 2015
    Has there ever been a time when printing envelopes in Word was easy? It seems certainly since the dawn of Word printing envelopes has challenged many people and that’s okay – we’re here to help.
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  • Security Alert: Wire Transfer Schemes on the Rise

    by K Logan | Jul 01, 2015
    more sophisticated wire transfers are striking individuals and businesses of all sizes. Rather than stem from complete strangers, these attacks have become more difficult to spot, as the attackers leverage real email addresses that are known to the target. Quite often, these emails appear to come from executives and are sent to decision makers in the accounting department to process.
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