There’s a misguided notion out there that managed services only make sense for large firms. The theory goes that small businesses can’t afford managed...
Notable trends in law firm technology going into 2019 include some points of special interest to North Carolina's small to medium-sized law firms. Trends across both technology and tech-enabled choices of work modes and activities will affect the future of the practice of law throughout the United States.
With so many of the top MSPs strategically positioned to provide IT services in the healthcare community, why are so many continuing to struggle to gain a minimal amount of traction in this lucrative space?
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As the pace of technology innovation remains high, the role of the CIO continues to bear the pressure that comes with that pace. Gone are the days when the CIO could get by simply by keeping the IT infrastructure running.
If you need help setting prices, the following guide is sure to come in handy. It also offers some great explanations you can give clients and potential clients who ask about your prices.
If you've heard that 80% of all data breaches are related to passwords, then you understand the need for two-factor (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Information technology is vital to business. Without it, the modern economy as we know it would grind to a standstill. In fact, information technology is so prevalent that it’s easy to take it for granted.
There are a number of IT companies in Oklahoma City that offer similar solutions for businesses to outsource their IT departments, instead of having to hire more workers. These companies provide customers with IT solutions that help small and medium-sized businesses run efficiently, while also providing solutions that allow them to focus on daily business operations instead of IT issues.
As healthcare practices all over the country began switching from paper files to electronic health records (EHR), the government stepped in and developed minimum requirements for handling patient data electronically. This is called meaningful use. While an excellent idea, in reality, it puts a significant burden on healthcare providers of all kinds, including orthopedic practices.