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May 24 2016

Cloud Services: Accounting for Any and All Situations

CPA firms, financial advisors, law firms and other integral cornerstones of the professional services world are moving fast to Cloud-based IT services. Why? Well, professional service organizations typically rely on industry standard applications like MS Office, Adobe, and QuickBooks products, and this makes application and data compatibility seamless and the delivery of that data to any device a[…]

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May 02 2016

IT Closet To The Cloud: More Secure?

Closet To The Cloud: More Secure? Let’s face it, 95% of small to medium businesses are still using a legacy IT design with servers that act as the very heart of their infrastructure – and are located in an IT closet somewhere within their physical office space. Is that really the safest place to store expensive[…]

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Feb 08 2016

Which Hosting Service Does My Business Need: CoLo Virtual or Dedicated?

You don’t have to learn a brand new language just to choose a hosting service as long as you have an idea of what  web hosting is  you can make an educated decision. What is Web Hosting? A web hosting service is simply a service that will host the pages of your website on servers that[…]

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Feb 01 2016

VDI vs DaaS: What’s the Difference, Really?

The terms “VDI” and “DaaS” are almost as vague as saying “we’re in the cloud” and quite honestly still requires a some clarification for most people. Outside the world of IT, many businesses don’t have the foggiest idea about the difference between Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) or whether it’s[…]

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Jan 12 2016

5 Interesting Cloud Computing Myths

  Myth #1. Cloud computing is free or cheap Most people’s understanding of the cloud is from the home computer accessing Gmail or a service like Dropbox, which are free services. When trying to figure out the best way to store data for your business, many times these free services are not the best route[…]

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Jan 07 2016

How Do Your End Users Fit Into Your Cloud Computing Strategy?

You’ve heard it all cost savings, scalability, on-demand storage, these are all the great benefits of cloud computing. The cloud is this mysterious thing; a white knight that can give you a leg up on your competition and push your growth initiatives forward.  But what about the people, the employees, those end users who have[…]

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Dec 21 2015

Virtual Desktop Solution: Give the gift of flexibility

Gift-giving is commonplace during the holiday season, however finding the right gift for co-workers is not always easy. You want your gift to be professional but personal, and most importantly you want it to be something that won’t be stuffed in a drawer or re-gifted. This holiday season why not focus on giving yourself, your[…]

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Sep 17 2015

How Snow Days Can Freeze Your Business

The summer is over, and to shield ourselves from the oncoming cold and the reminders of no more warm vacations, we tell ourselves, “Well, at least we’ll have some snow days to look forward to!” But here’s why we shouldn’t celebrate blizzards, storms, sleet, hail, snow or freezing rain. The cost of snow days for[…]

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Feb 23 2015

The Death of Cellular Technology Isn’t What You Think It Is

Recently, Cablevision made an announcement that confirms what we all know deep down inside: The death of cellular technology is approaching. In recent years, consumers have enjoyed a steep decline in the cost of cellular services. What they haven’t enjoyed is its steep decline in value when stacked up against modern technology. Businesses are another[…]

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Jan 14 2015

Virus Free Servers and Infrastructure: Digital Vaccines For Your Business

The Sony hack—we’ve all heard of it. And it’s an event that’s highly visible with lasting damage that’s terrifyingly tangible. But Sony wasn’t the only victim of 2014; it was a dismal year for hacking and virus proliferation worldwide. In fact, the CryptoLocker virus of 2013 made a smashing comeback with several variations reemerging, like[…]

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