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21st century technology is changing and evolving to newer and better models and operating systems constantly — every application decision you make, from email to Excel, plays a significant role in powering your business. Between Microsoft Office 365 and G Suite, which applications provider is the best fit for your business?
Technology has evolved in leaps and bounds over the last 20 years. Come take a trip through time with us to see how far we’ve come!
Author: Klint FinleyDecember 22, 2016 Streaming music and movies over the internet may seem more...
The demise of the IT guy has been predicted for at least 10 years. The thought was as everything started moving to the cloud, there wasn’t going to be much left to do for the IT guy. After all, if all an IT guy did was babysit and maintain physical servers, and if those servers were migrated to the cloud; then why do you still need an IT guy?
If you are like most attorneys, you have some experience with the cloud. While some lawyers use the cloud for nothing more than a “to-do” list and perhaps a calendar, others have embraced the cloud and have what is considered a virtual law office. What are they doing that you might want to do too?
If the many reasons to move to the cloud aren’t apparent to you yet, you must be new to the idea of cloud services. Or, you’ve heard it being batted around for a while but hadn’t checked into it yet. Either way, there’s a lot you should know as a business owner or entrepreneur about how cloud services work and help keep IT network owners safe and secure from cyberattack or data breach.
It’s nearly all you hear about these days in the world of IT – along with ransomware and other malware cyberattacks which are all the rage with hackers: Everyone is moving large parts of their IT networks (if not all of it) to “the cloud”
Getting to know the privacy settings on your iPhone could be more than just being familiar with the operations of your smartphone – it could literally save you from a costly data breach mishap.