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Backup/Recovery Solutions

There are many reasons to invest in an online backup/recovery solution. It will save you the horror and many headaches you’re likely to experience if you were to lose every file and photo on your computer. Don’t think this could happen to you? This situation is more common than you think. Be prepared with a…
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Iranian Nuclear Facility Attacked by Virus

This is the kind of story that comes straight from the “truth is stranger than fiction” category.  It was revealed recently that a cyber war has been going on against the Iranian nuclear agency.  For years Iran has been trying to develop its own source of nuclear fuel for bombs.  The agency has been steadily…
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5 “Must Do’s” with an Android Phone

by Tony Rushin Verizon Wireless now carries the iPhone, which means I’m finally looking to upgrade from my old, beat up BlackBerry.  However, the iPhone doesn’t support the lightning-fast LTE network Verizon just rolled out in Atlanta (and other cities).  That has many people, including me, looking at an Android phone.  If you get an…
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3 “Gotchas” when Implementing an EMR

You’re Asking for Trouble if You Overlook These by Richard Stokes In many cases the ‘thrill’ of going live with an EMR is quickly halted because the system doesn’t perform as advertised. Assuming you chose the right application, redesigned your workflows and got all of the training you need, there are 3 main reasons why…
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Network Security…It’s Important!

Network security is a hot topic these days. There seems to be a new threat that pops up on a daily basis… Super viruses, crafty human intruders, or even disgruntled employees! Is your confidential data at risk? Securing your computer network from malicious attacks is serious business. Our Security Specialists can make sure that your…
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Have you ever had your network fail at the most inconvenient time?

If you have ever been the unfortunate victim of a computer or network failure, you have probably been left wondering, “Why does my computer crash at the most inconvenient time?” It seems to happen right in the middle of writing a proposal, work presentation, or VIP project! Unfortunately, most of us have experienced this inopportune…
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Network 1 is Growing

We’re adding great new clients which means we’re also adding great new employees. Our newest is Darren Rose who joins us as an Engineer. We are very excited to have Darren on board. Darren’s work as a math tutor while at the University of Georgia (where he earned dual degrees, a B.S. in Mathematics and…
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iPad 2: For Professionals?

The iPad 2 was announced on March 2nd and officially went on sale March 11th.  Sure, there was hype – Apple does hype well – but there must be more than hype to propel the kind of demand and sales Apple has experienced over the last 6 weeks.  Before I share my thoughts – and…
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This Final Four You Do Not Want to be a Part of

The Worst Company in America by David Gracey Every year, Consumer Reports holds a competition to determine the worst company in America.  It is based on the NCAA tournament bracket, starting at 32 companies, and is generally based on customer service, product support and industry reputation.  Every round features consumers voting for their favorite worst…
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Wireless Network Security

Good, Bad and Best Practices by Richard Stokes There are literally millions of wireless access points globally, everything from hotspots that grant you Internet access at a Starbucks to wireless networks that people use at home or at their place of business. Wireless is cool, relatively simple to deploy and works well but it does…
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