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Cloud Computing for Small Business: 7 Signs you’re ready to Move to the Cloud

On March 14th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by 0 Comment

Cloud computing for small business offers a number of significant advantages – from lower costs to enhanced data security. Once your data is stored safely in the cloud, you’ll have peace of mind knowing your sensitive customer and proprietary data is safe and protected. For many businesses, data backup and cloud computing are not exactly..

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Spring Forward with 3 Smartphone Security Do’s and Don’ts

On March 1st, 2017, posted in: Personal Tech Tips by 0 Comment

It’s nearly that time of the year again when we spring forward, reset our clocks and lose an hour of sleep. But if you’re like most people, you won’t need to reset your clock because your smartphone IS your clock, your alarm, your calendar…and much more for that matter. It’s easy to forget your smartphone..

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Data Backup Solutions: Don’t Leave Your Backup to Luck

On March 1st, 2017, posted in: Data Recovery by 0 Comment

When it comes to backup backup solutions, many small to mid-sized businesses are still relying on “old school” methods of data backup – storing backup data in their office and relying on a single backup method. If your organization is guilty of this, you’re playing Russian roulette with your business and you’re going to need..

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Identity and Access Management in the Cloud: Say Goodbye to Annoying Password Issues

On February 13th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Identity and Access Management in the Cloud: Say Goodbye to Annoying Password Issues

You don’t have to be a tech enthusiast to understand the rising number of threats employees are faced with day in and day out, while navigating the web and managing email. Andy Thomas, Managing Director at CSID Europe, a part of Experian stated, “In our opinion, people may be the weakest link in cyber security..

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Smart Homes: Love at First Sight or Security Risk?

On February 2nd, 2017, posted in: Personal Tech Tips by Comments Off on Smart Homes: Love at First Sight or Security Risk?

At first glance, the appeal of a “smart home” is obvious. The concept is to make your life easier by controlling everything within your home at the touch of a button (or app). But today, you don’t even have to control your smart home if you don’t want to – you can simply let algorithms..

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What You Need to Know About File Encryption

On February 2nd, 2017, posted in: small-business-IT by Comments Off on What You Need to Know About File Encryption

In today’s digital age, digital or cloud-based files are incredibly easy to move, share, copy or delete, by their very nature. As a result, a single data breach can be catastrophic for a business, organization or even individual. Of course, this will never change, but security measures like file encryption can create a much needed..

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Help Desk & Inside Technician

On January 31st, 2017, posted in: Ontech News by Comments Off on Help Desk & Inside Technician

Position: Help Desk & Inside Technician Job Location: Menomonee Falls, Milwaukee, WI Start Date: Immediate Employment Term: Regular Employment Type:   Full Time, 40 hours/week Work Hours (i.e. shift): 8am – 5pm Starting Salary Range: $28,000 – $36,000 p/yr Required Education:  Certification or Vocational Required Experience:  1-3 years Salary/Benefit Notes: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience...

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4 Powerful Reasons to Mobilize Your Workforce with Microsoft Azure Cloud Solutions

On January 18th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on 4 Powerful Reasons to Mobilize Your Workforce with Microsoft Azure Cloud Solutions

Does your Milwaukee area business need to remain HIPAA compliant? Do you store sensitive company data on in-house hardware? Is your business growing while your IT infrastructure is relying on outdated equipment? Regardless of the reason, you may be re-evaluating your data backup and storage options. If you want to ensure your company is ready..

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5 Tech Resolutions for 2017: Best Practices for the New Year

On January 13th, 2017, posted in: Personal Tech Tips by Comments Off on 5 Tech Resolutions for 2017: Best Practices for the New Year

This is the time of year when we make resolutions and sets goals for the New Year. You might want to lose weight, travel more, lower your stress, but chances are, tech resolutions don’t even make your list – but they should! Technology is advancing at a rapid rate and we understand it’s tough to..

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