If you are a business with visions of growth, then you have to embrace technology. Technology is the catalyst and driver that enhances productivity. The problem is that not every business can afford to allocate the necessary funds to properly staff an IT department or an IT professional on call.
Always proactively monitoring your systems
Supporting all your technology
Is your cabling slowing you down?
Never pointing fingers
Taking your business to the cloud
In 1996, the U.S. Congress approved the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, also known as HIPAA. The law is designed to protect patient privacy rights by outlining how hospitals, medical providers, and other healthcare organizations must control the disclosure of patients’ medical records.
The do-it-yourself economy is flourishing, with more and more consumers feeling confident enough to tackle projects involving home improvement, appliance repair, auto mechanics and more. The DIY mindset can be disastrous when extended to IT support, however.
Moving your company to a new facility can be an exciting time, bringing opportunities to improve and advance the business. However, it can also be extremely challenging — mental-health professionals say moving is usually one of the most stressful events we’ll ever encounter, ranking just behind the death of a loved one and a divorce.