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As the age of legacy hardware grows, companies are faced with many decisions regarding the future of their infrastructure. The angst of deciding is also heightened as end-of-life dates and equipment failures loom closer. For most, the largest decision is whether to keep services onsite, or…
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On November 12, 2019, Microsoft released the first “Build Update” for Windows 10 Operating Systems and is expected to continue to release subsequent Build Updates bi-annually. These Build Updates increase the features, security and functionality of the Operating System. As Build Updates are…
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There are many reasons to hire a Managed Service Provider (MSP) or in-house Managed IT department. Because technology is always evolving, MSP’s deliver a lot of advantages. Here are just a few of River Run’s benefits:
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Trust - It sounds cliché, but the best business partnerships are built on trust. With security assurance and expertise the highest currency in IT services, having a true partner that you trust is paramount. A MSP should have a proven track record of success. Their clients should speak glowingly…
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Microsoft strongly recommends that you move to Windows 10 sometime before January 2020 to avoid a situation where you need service or support that is no longer available.
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A number of our clients have had questions about Windows 10 Update 1809. This update was originally released in October 2018, but due to the significant number of driver, compatibility, and performance issues it created, Update 1809 was quickly withdrawn from distribution. Since that time,…
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Here is a short list of things you can do daily to protect yourself, your business, and your family in the ever-expanding realm of internet security.
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An IT roadmap, with the proper teamwork and planning, can help get your business to where it wants to be.
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Protecting business’ internet-connected systems from malicious outside activity is critical in today’s day and age of cybersecurity.
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Did you know the average amount of downtime that businesses experience during their lifecycle is around 87 hours? Further, it is estimated that you lose $84,000 of revenue/productivity for every hour of downtime.
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