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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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A Virtual CIO (Chief Information Officer) is a consultant, a third-party, or business that offers a service to fulfill the role as a conventional CIO. Businesses are ever-changing due to technological advances with different computer network tools and platforms used in the workplace. While…
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Are you worried about a cyber-attack on your data and computer network? River Run’s network security services include vulnerability, penetration testing and user training.
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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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As you budget Technology for 2020 and beyond, River Run’s fractional and virtual CIO program, R-CIO, may make sense now more than ever.
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A leading cybersecurity company recently surveyed hundreds of top-level security and IT pros to uncover that many believe one of the most serious risks to their organizations is a disconnect between their team and their CEO.
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Historically, law firms have been reluctant to accept credit cards. But the times, they are a ‘changing.
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Not since Microsoft introduced its infamous ribbon in Office 2007, have we had so many complaints about the look and feel of Outlook, Word, Excel. Office 2019 and O365 present a cleaner desktop - less cluttered – whiter. Not everyone likes it. Microsoft presents a plethora of options to…
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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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