Choosing a Public vs. Private Cloud

So you’ve decided to move your information to the “cloud,” i.e., storing and accessing data and applications from your desktop, laptop, kiosk, tablet, smartphone, or other device of choice – all done via an Internet connection. Next, you need to determine which type of cloud-based system - public or private – is best for you. Finally, choose a trustworthy cloud provider. Here’s some information on how to pick your cloud type and provider.

What to Consider When You Develop a Cloud-based IT Strategy

What should I consider in determining whether and with whom I should entrust a cloud-based system?

Protect Yourself From Malware

Prevent Malware with Smart Online Behavior
 

Can Network Gear From a Superstore Save a Few Bucks? Four reasons why that’s a really bad idea.

As the post-acute care industry grows increasingly digital, the demand for network equipment to create highly available, highly connected environments is exploding. While it may be tempting to save a few bucks by installing off-the-shelf network equipment from a local computer superstore, here are four reasons why that’s a really bad idea in healthcare.

What’s In My Inbox Today?

In today’s world, email has evolved into a critical communication method. We use email to communicate with our coworkers and business partners to conduct daily business. Email can also be used for other non-business related purposes such as direct marketing and SPAM. How can you tell the difference?

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