Cold Weather Computer Tips

Posted by Theresa Hietpas

Nov 30, 2016 3:32:35 PM

Laptop in snow.jpgThe weather is starting to get colder and colder here in Wisconsin! Although we have had fantastic weather this Fall season, it is time we prepare for the inevitable- cold weather. 

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Topics: data protection, mobile devices

The Office 365 Decision.

Posted by Theresa Hietpas

Dec 9, 2014 9:00:00 AM

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In today’s market, subscription based software is becoming more and more popular for software developers. Many prefer to control the use of their software products through a subscription model rather than the traditional outright purchase of the software. Along with the ubiquitous nature of the Internet, this has led to offering software as a “rented” service, SaaS, rather than a product you buy once and may or may not upgrade. Microsoft’s Office Productivity suite, including popular programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint has followed suit, and for several years now has been offered as Office 365, a truly impressive, cloud-based SaaS, always current and up to date in a variety of sizes and combinations to fit a wide variety of customers.

The adoption rate has been through the roof…but, is it right for you?

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Topics: cutting costs, cloud computing, Microsoft, data protection

Data Theft Protection

Posted by Blog Tipster

Dec 7, 2012 11:26:00 AM

Data theft is very prevalent today, and you can look almost anywhere and find a story on how a company was hacked and their data was stolen.  Many different types of people can steal the data for a variety of reasons.   It could be a random person trying to play a joke, it could be a competitor trying to hurt your company, or it could even be an ex-employee who was upset with the way things ended.  However, there are numerous steps a company can take to ensure their data is secure and less likely to be affected by theft.  

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Topics: data protection, data theft, data

Protecting against Data Theft

Posted by Blog Tipster

Nov 15, 2012 2:17:00 PM

Data theft is very prevalent today, and you can look almost anywhere and find a story on how a company was hacked and their data was stolen.  Many different types of people can steal the data for a variety of reasons.   It could be a random person trying to play a joke, it could be a competitor trying to hurt your company, or it could even be an ex-employee who was upset with the way things ended.  However, there are numerous steps a company can take to ensure their data is secure and less likely to be affected by theft.  

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Topics: data protection, data theft

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