Data Migration And Verification For Remote Businesses

Posted on: 20 October 2017

Does your business thrive on remote access? Do you share files through collaboration software or online storage systems, or do you use virtual machines to get work done? In many cases, data migration is a simple act of copying one file to another. Unfortunately, some issues such as imaging new virtual machines, converting databases, or confirming security are not so simple. Here are a few of the more complex areas of data migration to understand when you need help instead of relying on the old copy and paste.
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Gaming On A Mac? Why Not?

Posted on: 15 September 2017

One question has plagued Mac users since the day that Windows XP became the clear winner in PC (personal computer) gaming; why not play games on a Mac? The Apple II had plenty of great games, and even Windows users with 1980's and 1990's computer experience played a few games on the older Apple platforms, so what changed? To understand why gaming on a Mac isn't as accessible as on Windows-based computers, here are a few industry and technical facts, along with a few ways around the problem:
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The Most Important Emergency Numbers For Your Small Business

Posted on: 12 August 2017

Running a small business, no matter what kind of service you provide, can create a number of challenges. Unlike in a large corporation where there are lots of departments that can handle things internally, a small business will often need to bring in outside help. It's not efficient to have full time employees on staff all day to take care of these things, and it's also not feasible to expect your regular employees to take on multiple tasks that are outside their purview.
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Key Things To Know If You Are Considering Computer Systems Integration

Posted on: 2 August 2017

Strategic IT planning and a stable connectivity foundation are paramount for business growth in the present and future business environments, according to Forbes Magazine. Computer systems integration involves bringing your computer sub-systems into one system to deliver a comprehensive functionality. By using information technology, you can link hardware, computing systems, and software functionally or physically. Here are key things to know before you sign up for the process. Information System Types
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