Blog Archive: Month 04, Year 2018


What Should You Do? Law firms just like yours throughout North Dakota are leveraging VMWare. And why not? VMWare is a leader in the virtualization space, and law firms that use it are able to be more efficient and productive. But even though VMWare makes outstanding virtualization hardware and software, your law firm is still dependent on eithe...

The standard of next-generation telecommunication is no longer the future, but the present. You’re probably not using it, even though you should be, and you may have to wait. When casual conversations bring up speed, it’s inevitable we hear the clichés about “faster than the speed of sound” or “faster than the speed of light”. Sometimes, if partic...

Dangerous cyberattacks have been released by a group of hackers known as The Shadow Brokers. These exploits will lock up your data for good – no ransom, no return. But this isn’t all they do – they’ll also leave behind a parasite that lets them “hang out” inside your computer, infect others, and re-enter through a backdoor. What’s really scary...

Social media is big business and has the potential to drive millions of visitors to websites, engage directly with customers on a public platform, and solve – or create – problems in real time. What is the future of “social business”? Twenty years ago, marketing and promotions were simple and straightforward. The majority of efforts were focused...

An efficient and secure running IT system is essential for any organization, and especially so for today’s law practices. Your work relies on secure and ready access to your data when you’re in the office, courtroom or when on the road. You need the ability to interface your Line of Business applications with other IT solutions you and your staff d...

Orbitz has disclosed that a recent data breach could have exposed extensive information of up to 880,000 of their customers. It’s so often these days that hacks hit big-name companies that consumers are becoming numb to it. The latest to get hacked? Orbitz. The travel booking company recently announced that they may have been hacked, possibly c...

In this age of information, it’s challenging to maintain compliance with so much data stored on many different devices. Most companies these days have remote workers, employees in various departments, third-party vendors, management, employees working in other countries, and more. These people have laptops at home and at work, smartphones, and tabl...

Google is the number-one search engine. It’s the one people go to when they have a question they need to be answered or are looking for a business to serve their particular needs. Google, like the terms Kleenex and Clorox, has become part of our daily vernacular. When you search for something online, you’re “Googling” it. What is SEO (Search Engi...

Believe it or not, the primary purpose of technology is to improve our lives. Making your tech work to increase productivity and efficiency is the ultimate goal of every CEO – so take your first step today! Technology can be fantastic! With the push of a button, the average person can: Make a single cup of coffee Toast bread or warm something...

Today, unless you use an enterprise-grade cloud backup and replication service, this is the reality. If you don’t have access to your business data, you’ll lose your customers, and your competitors will step in to serve them. The amount of data that the average business has to manage is growing exponentially. IT resources are being stretched with...

The new Outlook 2016 has incorporated some cool features, designed to be helpful and make your work day a little smoother. It can look a bit different depending on what version of Outlook you’re using and how your admin sets it up.  What’s New in Outlook 2016? When you open Outlook, you’ll see six areas. Across the top is that familiar ribbon w...

How Would It Cost Your Business If This Happened To You? Have you read the news? According to Reuters, Under Armour Inc., headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, recently suffered a breach of the private information for their 150 million MyFitnessPal app users. This is the largest breach this year according to experts. It included account usernam...

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