WiFi Beyond the Coffee Shop: How Businesses are leveraging Wireless Networks to enhance the customer experience, while saving on infrastructure costs.

Wireless Networking:   By now, almost everyone has used a basic wireless network of some kind in their personal life.  Wireless networks allow us to browse the internet while hanging out at our favorite coffee shop or bookstore. Our in-home wireless network allows us to connect and control our “Smart” devices like televisions, thermostats, security cameras and light bulbs without leaving the couch. Along with these common “personal” uses, businesses of all…

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6 Major Advantages of Managed Services that take your Organization to the Next Level

When most people think of “IT Service”, they think of it as the department you call when your computer won’t compute, or your printer won’t print, or your scanner won’t scan, (or your workstation won’t work, or your server won’t serve…I can do this all day…). While providing reactive troubleshooting and repair service for these…

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Why Data Backup is NOT a Disaster Recovery or Business Continuity Plan

As we mentioned in our Backup Methods are NOT Created Equal blog, March 31st is National Backup Day! To celebrate, we’ve focused our blog entries for this month on backup and data protection related topics (do we know how to celebrate or what?). The third and final blog post will discuss the difference between simply…

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Check Your Backups Before You Wreck Your Backups

In our previous blog, we examined a few different types of backup methods and outlined some benefits and drawbacks to each approach. While selecting the right type of backup for your organization is critical, that is only the first step toward ensuring that your important data is fully protected. Once your chosen backup method is…

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Love Bytes

Ah, Valentine’s day. That special day when we open our hearts (and our wallets) to show our loved ones how much they mean to us. The National Retail Federation estimates that U.S. residents alone will spend nearly $20 Billion on Valentine’s Day gifts, with nearly 30% of shoppers making at least one online purchase (1).…

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