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08Oct2019

Be Aware of Backup Terms & Conditions

If you’re one of our many clients using Office 365, we’ve likely put you on OneDrive, which essentially backs up some or most of your files. You also likely have another backup option or two that includes data storage in the cloud. But do you know what gets backed up to each cloud? Or how
  • 8 Oct, 2019
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • backup, cloud computing, dropbox, google business services, Google Drive, Office 365, OneDrive, terms and conditions,
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09Apr2019

Intel’s Chip Shortage Impacts Computer Sales

If you’re wondering why it’s taking longer to deliver and install new computers, it’s because there’s a shortage of Intel chips. Intel has placed the blame on several factors, including a slower demand in China. According to reports, Intel can also cite sales to cloud customers, a weakening NAND flash market and weaker modem demand.
  • 9 Apr, 2019
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • chip shortage, cloud computing, intel, Windows,
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12Feb2019

Office 365 and The Cloud

The recent Office 365 outage highlighted reasons why using the cloud exclusively is not always the ideal solution for everyone. It’s great to be able to pull data from anywhere in the world, but if you can’t place an order or send out an invoice, the cloud has rained on your parade. Most of you
  • 12 Feb, 2019
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Azure, cloud computing, Microsoft, Office 365, SSO,
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11Dec2018

The Azure Workaround

When Azure, Microsoft’s storage cloud, was hit with a problem that rolled around the world, it affected some of our clients who use it for storing and accessing data and apps, especially with remote access such a key need. Microsoft hasn’t been the only cloud provider hit, and this won’t be the last problem. But
  • 11 Dec, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Azure, cloud computing, DevOps, dropbox, Microsoft, O365, Office 365, two-factor authentication,
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09Oct2018

Updating Your Cloud Strategy

We hear all about the cloud without end. For large corporations and individuals, using the cloud is a nearly flawless solution for storing and accessing apps and data from anywhere. But for small businesses, exclusive reliance on the cloud may not be the best solution. Here are some decision-making factors. First, for all their differences
  • 9 Oct, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • cloud computing, IaaS, performance, risk management, SaaS, security, small business, upgrade,
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12Jun2018

IoT and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

At a recent technology conference in Las Vegas, I was overwhelmed by how far technology has advanced in such a short time – and by how much faster the impact of technology on our lives will grow. We are in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Where are we headed? We’re headed for the clouds – the
  • 12 Jun, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • cloud computing, cybercrime, cybersecurity, data security, IoT, risk management, security,
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10Oct2017

Tips from Orlando

Although we played as much as anyone who visits Orlando, we got a lot of work done at Microsoft’s annual tech conference. When I looked at my calendar, I had booked 21 sessions for the week, each session some 75 minutes long, and I probably walked some 40 miles in the expo. I narrowly avoided
  • 10 Oct, 2017
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • cloud computing, Microsoft, OneDrive, performance, update, Windows 10,
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09Feb2016

The BYOD Hangover

Some businesses got drunk on BYOD – Bring Your Own Device. They bought heavily into the idea that they could cut costs and get more work out of employees by letting them use their own mobile devices and computers. Now we’re starting to see more problems for businesses, individuals and everyone they touch electronically. Ten
  • 9 Feb, 2016
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • BYOD, cloud computing, data security, dropbox, iPad, iPhone, remote workers, security, small business, smartphone,
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12May2015

Outlook App Puts Power in Your Hand

Microsoft has amped up the power of Outlook with apps for iOS and Android. They come as Microsoft prepares to release Windows 10, which is designed to work across multiple platforms, and they enable you to work more efficiently while you’re on the go. Despite the smartphone becoming a primary screen for reading email, most
  • 12 May, 2015
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, cloud computing, IOS, Microsoft, small business, Windows 10,
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12Feb2014

Pros and Cons of Subscriptions as You Update Software

There’s something nice about getting a subscription for application software, such as Microsoft Office for business or home use. You get automatic updates, for one thing. On the other hand, relying more on the cloud requires attention to different details. The end of support for XP and Office 2003 is calling the question: Should you
  • 12 Feb, 2014
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • cloud computing, cloud software, Microsoft, Office 365, SaaS,
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