Meltdown sign showing the dangers of Intel Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities for businesses

Inside Intel Meltdown/Specter

Intel, the world’s largest manufacturer of processors, has discovered a vulnerability in their processor design that could affect devices manufactured back as far as 20 years, according to GeekWire Magazine. The Problem Simply put, the processor of your computer is the brainpower that drives everything that happens in your computer.  Inside processors there is small,

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Fixing recurring IT issues in your business makes a great resolution this year.

New Year, Same IT Problems? Time to Fix That

Happy New Year! Are 2017’s IT issues still plaguing you? You know, your network still runs ridiculously slow. The printer keeps dropping off the network. Servers keep going down without rhyme or reason, and you keep having to call on your IT person to come and fix them. New Year’s Resolution: fix your recurring IT

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Businessperson calculating what they should spend on their comapany's IT

How Much Should You Spend on IT?

“How much should I be spending on my company’s IT?” This question comes to us all the time from people we talk to. They want to know if they’re spending too much or too little. Are they wasting their dollars? Well, the right amount to spend varies depending on your revenue and size. A recent

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Hand touching the cloud wondering if cloud services will work for their business

3 Things to Consider Before Going to the Cloud

A look at all of the 2018 tech trends says that every business needs to be using cloud services. With the promise of lower price points, operating expenses instead of capital spend, and features that a small business might not be able to afford otherwise, it sounds like the perfect solution. Whether or not the

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7 Tech Trends That Will Get You Ahead in 2018

When we look at tech trends, we’re not looking at what’s going to get the “cool” factor. We’re looking at what’s going to help your business run better, what will help your employees get more done and what’s going to save you some money. At the end of the day, the newest iPad or VR

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12 Section 179 Deductions That Help Your Business

Q4 is the time to start thinking about the end of the year and planning for next year. You likely already know about tax law Section 179 which allows businesses to deduct up to $500,000 in purchases of equipment and software in the year it’s placed into service without having to amortize the purchase. But

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The 7 Differentiating Ways We Protect You From Ransomware

With the WannaCry attack still circulating, businesses are up in arms wondering how to protect themselves. The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not your existing IT provider has adequately protected you from the latest in ransomware developments. As your first line of defense against cyber threats, your IT provider must

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Protect Your Business from the WannaCry Ransomware Now

When the so-called WannaCry ransomware attack swept across the globe recently, it took hospitals, businesses, and consumers by storm, affecting tens of thousands of people. Perhaps the most alarming part about the attack: it’s still going and it’s still evolving. The attack preys upon a vulnerability in Microsoft operating systems, making it particularly widespread. Attempts

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Recurring IT Issues You Shouldn’t Be Having

Having issues repeat in your IT environment is more than frustrating. It drains productivity, it costs you money and frustrates staff. And it shouldn’t be happening. Do any of these 7 recurring issues sound familiar? 1. Can’t use line-of-business software. This happens when your IT provider doesn’t understand the issue or will not communicate with your

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4 Ways We Protect Our Clients From Threats

Threats are everywhere, and they’re not just targeting big business. Phishing emails of increased sophistication target smaller businesses because they’re often more unsuspecting. Hackers are getting through firewalls that aren’t configured properly. In fact, some threats aren’t even targeting anyone specific. Open Wi-Fi connections are breeding grounds for security threats. Employees who use their mobile

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Intel, the world’s largest manufacturer of processors, has discovered a vulnerability in their processor design that could affect devices manufactured back as far as 20 years, according to GeekWire Magazine. The Problem Simply put, the processor of your computer is the brainpower that drives everything that happens in your computer. ...
Happy New Year! Are 2017’s IT issues still plaguing you? You know, your network still runs ridiculously slow. The printer keeps dropping off the network. Servers keep going down without rhyme or reason, and you keep having to call on your IT person to come and fix them. New Year’s...
“How much should I be spending on my company’s IT?” This question comes to us all the time from people we talk to. They want to know if they’re spending too much or too little. Are they wasting their dollars? Well, the right amount to spend varies depending on your...
A look at all of the 2018 tech trends says that every business needs to be using cloud services. With the promise of lower price points, operating expenses instead of capital spend, and features that a small business might not be able to afford otherwise, it sounds like the perfect...
When we look at tech trends, we’re not looking at what’s going to get the “cool” factor. We’re looking at what’s going to help your business run better, what will help your employees get more done and what’s going to save you some money. At the end of the day,...
Q4 is the time to start thinking about the end of the year and planning for next year. You likely already know about tax law Section 179 which allows businesses to deduct up to $500,000 in purchases of equipment and software in the year it’s placed into service without having...
With the WannaCry attack still circulating, businesses are up in arms wondering how to protect themselves. The first question you need to ask yourself is whether or not your existing IT provider has adequately protected you from the latest in ransomware developments. As your first line of defense against cyber...
When the so-called WannaCry ransomware attack swept across the globe recently, it took hospitals, businesses, and consumers by storm, affecting tens of thousands of people. Perhaps the most alarming part about the attack: it’s still going and it’s still evolving. The attack preys upon a vulnerability in Microsoft operating systems,...
Having issues repeat in your IT environment is more than frustrating. It drains productivity, it costs you money and frustrates staff. And it shouldn’t be happening. Do any of these 7 recurring issues sound familiar? 1. Can’t use line-of-business software. This happens when your IT provider doesn’t understand the issue or...
Threats are everywhere, and they’re not just targeting big business. Phishing emails of increased sophistication target smaller businesses because they’re often more unsuspecting. Hackers are getting through firewalls that aren’t configured properly. In fact, some threats aren’t even targeting anyone specific. Open Wi-Fi connections are breeding grounds for security threats....