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A guide to virtualization and licensing

A guide to virtualization and licensing

Software licensing has been a thorn in everybody’s side for as long as we can remember. It’s no surprise that as software begins to help us to consolidate and combine pieces of hardware through virtualization, we’re confronted with this problem yet again.

VoIP: 5 security tips for SMBs

May 23rd, 2016 VoIP
VoIP: 5 security tips for SMBs

As SMBs continue their steady transition away from traditional telephony services in favor of VoIP, threats of cybercrime and fraud are more common than ever before. Risks to VoIP systems are distinctly unique from those posed to your other networks and understanding how to combat them is critical.

Is your continuity plan doomed to fail?

Is your continuity plan doomed to fail?

Just because your IT provider has a plethora of awards and certifications under its belt doesn’t mean that you can blindly hand over your business’s future to them. Often times, there are some aspects in your business continuity plan that tend to be overlooked by your provider.

7 best features that come with Android 6.0

7 best features that come with Android 6.0

Android Marshmallow has been one of the most anticipated software updates for Android users. Dubbed by Google as “the sweetest, smartest Android version yet”, it was first unveiled at the company’s I/O conference under the codename Android M. So what features do you look forward to when your tablet finally updates to Android 6.0 version? Read on.

OpenNotes portal initiative gaining steam

OpenNotes portal initiative gaining steam

A recent initiative to give healthcare patients access to the notes their doctor or clinician writes about their visit is continuing its meteoric rise across the country. OpenNotes began a few years ago by researching the benefits of allowing patients to have access to their doctor’s notes.

Important Surface Pro, Surface Pro2 and Surface Pro 3 recall notice

By Dan Ayars, Business Development Manager, TechSolutions

Due to a potential for overheating and catching fire, Microsoft has issued a recall for AC power cords sold with all Microsoft Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2 computers and with any Surface Pro 3 computers sold before March 15, 2015. If these cords are wrapped tightly, twisted or pinched over an extended period of time, they may overheat and cause a fire.

New security flaw in popular image uploader

New security flaw in popular image uploader

ImageMagick, one of the internet’s most widely used image processing services, is susceptible to attacks that may put your site at a huge risk of exploitation, according to recent reports. The discovery of this vulnerability means attackers could potentially steal your site’s data, or corrupt it entirely.

Microsoft’s more secure Office web service

Microsoft’s more secure Office web service

Earlier this month, Microsoft made a huge announcement regarding Office that hasn’t received much attention. While there is a lot of interest in web-based versions of Microsoft Office, many organizations avoided the Office Online services for fear of compromising their privacy and security.

The future of work lies in human cloud

The future of work lies in human cloud

It’s an amazing time to start a business and take your ideas to the market more quickly, and at lower costs without the traditional barriers in hiring skilled workers. A world of talented contractors is now available in the “Human Cloud”, ready to help you do the heavy lifting of building your company.