How to Handle User Data in Your Windows 10 Migration

Dec 6, 2018 by Terry Every

The last thing you want during your Windows 10 migration is to be slowed down unnecessarily. Seamlessly transitioning user profile data between operat...

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How to Ensure Your Windows 10 Migration is a Win for Employees

Dec 4, 2018 by Terry Every

All too often, little thought is given to user acceptance pre-migration. But if you don’t plan for it now, you’re less likely to achieve it later. As...

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Seamless Migration to Windows 10: Easy Ways to Check Hardware Compatibility

Nov 29, 2018 by Terry Every

By now, you’ve cataloged your software and should feel comfortable about application compatibility — but do you know if your current hardware will sup...

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Your Windows 10 Migration: 4 Key Considerations & Where to Start

Nov 27, 2018 by Terry Every

What if we told you the average cost of a security breach is $3.68M*? If you’re still using Window 7 in 2020, it is highly likely you could be a vict...

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Two-Step Guide to Your Best-Ever ITSM

Jul 19, 2018 by Jeff Reifschneider

Whether your company’s ITSM is outmoded and inefficient or just plain nonexistent, the consequences extend beyond just an overwhelmed service desk. Th...

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Social Engineering 101: Building a Human Firewall

Sep 19, 2017 by Ryan Broome

Security is a multi-faceted issue. But protective measures must begin with the people if technology is to effectively reinforce your organization’s pr...

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The Business Case for Managed Services

Jul 19, 2016 by Ryan Broome

When it comes to your IT, how can you do more with less? ...

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Debunking Managed Services Myths

Jun 27, 2016 by Ryan Broome

The benefits of working with a Managed Services Provider. ...

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Three Reasons Why Schools Benefit from Managed Service Providers

Mar 8, 2016 by Ryan Broome

How schools can best utilize managed service providers....

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Time to Think About SQL Server (2014) 2016

Jun 9, 2015 by Ryan Broome

While mainstream support for SQL Server 2012 will end mid-2017, extended support continues through mid-2019 1. This extended support gives us some ti...

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Disaster strikes! Now what?

Sep 24, 2014 by Brett Whittington

Picture this: It’s an early Friday morning and you are looking forward to the weekend. You grab your Venti-sized coffee and head into the server room ...

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