Today, with so much business conducted online, information and privacy are consistent topics in the news and on everyone’s mind. When it comes time to upgrade mobile phones, computers, and other electronic equipment, it’s critical to understand what will... View Article
From updating software versions and phone systems, to staff computers and servers, IT continuously implements more efficient technology that helps businesses run smoothly. In a sense, IT professionals are always looking forward to the next big thing. Meanwhile, storage... View Article
Unlike many other roles, one of the goals of Information Technology staff is to have their work go unnoticed. When there are no issues to fix or questions to answer, this generally means that everything is running smoothly and... View Article
As of April, it’s estimated that 62 percent of the nation’s workforce is working from home. Big corporations like Amazon have restricted international travel. Several states are now requiring masks to be worn in public, and some essential businesses... View Article
It’s no secret that the world has changed radically—and rapidly—due to the threat of COVID-19. Seemingly overnight and all at once, more Americans than ever began working remotely, resulting in plenty of challenges for employees, families, and employers alike,... View Article
Maybe you’ve had your IT equipment for a few years and it’s getting to be time for a refresh. Or, perhaps you’ve already replaced it, and the obsolete electronics are sitting in your storage closets. Either way, it can... View Article
As of January 14, 2020, after just over a decade of being in use, Windows 7 has reached end-of-life. As an operating system that revolutionized Microsoft’s future Windows platforms with new functionalities (such as touch screen capabilities), many Windows... View Article
With the end of Windows 7 support set to end in January 2020, if your business or organization is still using the platform, you might be wondering if you really need to upgrade your tech. Maybe you’ve put off upgrading equipment to cut... View Article
When you think of electronics recycling, the first things that come to mind are probably computers, phones, and televisions, which isn’t surprising—they’re items that we know we shouldn’t throw away and are often the ones we let pile up... View Article
Disposing of electronics such as computers, audio/visual equipment, batteries, and printers—items that may contain hazardous materials—is no easy feat. It’s hard to know what to do with them, and improperly disposing of them can come with legal ramifications and hefty... View Article
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