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BYOD and the Medical Practice

“Bring your own device” (BYOD) to work is a popular and growing trend.  The medical community has embraced BYOD as more practices are implementing the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR). Using these devices has enhanced patient experience and quality of care, but many healthcare facilities don’t meet HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and…

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Simple Steps to Prevent Malware Attacks

Malware, or malicious software, is used by hackers to gain access to your computer system and sensitive information. These types of cyber attacks can cripple your business and be expensive and time-consuming to recover from. Your best defense against a malware attack is to prevent it from happening with security software and employee education. Here…

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Upgraded to Windows 10 Yet? Here’s What You Need to Know.

Have you upgraded your office to Windows 10 yet? The deadline for the free upgrade is looming (July 2016) but whether you upgrade now or later, it pays to be prepared beforehand. Knowing what to expect can help you avoid disruption to your employees and customers and allow time to make any necessary changes or upgrades to your…

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Topics You Need to Cover in Your IT Security Policy

It’s a given that your employees are online at work – for professional, and often personal, reasons. But are they aware of what’s an acceptable use of the Internet? Do they realize the importance of a good password? Do they know how to respond in the event of a data breach? If your business doesn’t have…

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Six Best Practices for Creating a Strong Password

Attacks on computers and networks seem to be commonplace these days. Even some of the most secure systems we can think of have fallen victim—putting confidential and sensitive information at risk. Often a password is your strongest line of defense against a cyber attack. Here are six password best practices that apply not only to…

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