How To Clean Your Computer

Monday, February 12, is National Clean Out Your Computer Day. I know, you likely did not need to be reminded that the second Monday in February is already here and that means it is time to spend a few hours deleting unnecessary files and backing up your systems.

Of course, the first thing that should be noted is that the … Read more...

Creating a Culture of Continuous Process Improvement

Perhaps no company has been as good at creating a cycle of continuous product development than Apple. There is no better example of that than how it has evolved the iPod.

Remember the first iPods? They were white and had that trackwheel on them and an LCD screen. They were a huge hit. But that wasn’t enough. The screen got … Read more...

Top 5 Security Concerns for Small Business Owners

Many people look at security as a binary issue — either you are or you aren’t. But in reality, security is more like 50 Shades of Grey.

Security can cover a lot of different areas of a business, ranging from physical security to information security. Here are the top five conversations you should be having about your security policies and … Read more...

How To Test a Disaster Recovery Plan

The things that cause us the greatest disruption are those that are the least expected.

The tragic events unfolding in Texas and the storm that is heading toward Florida are opportune times for us to ask an important question: How quickly would your business be able to recover from a disaster?

I’m going to go out on a limb and … Read more...


Why Would I Be at Risk of Hacking?


“I don’t have anything worth hacking.”

First, don’t be so hard on yourself. Find a mirror, look at yourself in it, and repeat after me: I’m good enough. I’m smart enough. And, doggone it, people like me.

Second, and more importantly, whether you think you have anything worth hacking is irrelevant. A hacker can’t make that determination until after he

information technology and business growth

Information Technology and Business Growth

information technology and business growth

Too many staff and not enough IT?
File that under one of those “good” problems that you get to experience every now and then.

Your office staff has increased over the course of the year. You might not have realized it as the year has progressed, but there’s more people working around you now. Have you taken the time to