With the devastating flooding and throughout the Midwest in the early spring and the record number of tornadoes throughout the country this year, Disaster Recovery (DR), has been a frequent discussion of topic for small and medium sized business owners. If my physical building was lost due to a natural disaster, how do I continue… Read more about Planning for Disaster Recovery
Just in the last couple of weeks, Microsoft released their May 2019 update for Windows 10. With it comes several new features and quality of life adjustments. Here are some things you can expect, new tools to try, and how to get the update for yourself. After I finished the update to 1903, one of… Read more about Windows 1903
Ever wonder if your online accounts have been compromised? Do yourself a favor, and go run a scan of the dark web and enter your email address. There is a free service named Have I Been Pwned that aggregates data breaches and helps people understand if those breaches include any of their specific information. You… Read more about Email Security and the Dark Web
The Rocketbook Wave notebook is an erasable notebook that can upload the contents of your pages to a number of online sources. I have recently started using this as my primary note-taking device. I have always been an online notes taker. After I got my first tablet computer, I finally found a way to really keep track of the notes I… Read more about Rocketbook Wave Review
One of the terms that has become almost cliché in the managed service world is vCIO. Everyone wants to have and offer a vCIO service, but what does is really do for you? Most of the time, your provider is offering a vCIO (Virtual CIO) service because they know they can’t deliver against your business… Read more about What does a vCIO do?