The vast amount of sensitive information stored on your computers could be a risk for your business — and for your patients. Keep everyone safe with secure disposal procedures.  

Many companies have been driven out of business for lack of innovation, but can the same happen to dental offices that don’t embrace technology?

Dental offices across the country are struggling with the new data structures required to ensure patient privacy — and security. Don’t risk your office falling victim to cybercriminals.

The FBI says there are approximately 4,000 ransomware attacks each and every day – bringing damages to around $1 billion annually. It’s time to plan ahead.

Health records sell for 10 TIMES more than credit card information on the dark web. This is why healthcare organizations make up approximately 43% of ALL data security breaches.

Let’s take an in-depth look at the most common challenges facing dental clinics in today’s highly competitive, fast-paced environment. Many of these challenges can actually be alleviated with the right technology partner on your side.

Dental practices – and businesses in any industry – rely heavily on IT in this day and age. Is your IT company delivering the services and the quality of service you need?

On January 14th, 2020, Microsoft will be ending support for Window Server 2008 R2 altogether. Although 2020 seems like it’s fairly far away, it’s vital to make plans for migrating away from this soon-to-be unsupported technology as soon as possible.

First and foremost, upgrading from Windows7 to another up-to-date operating system is essential. Why? Microsoft is ending support for Windows7 on January 14th, 2020. This means there will no longer be security patches and bug fixes released for the operating system.

CEO Fraud, an increasingly common cybercrime tactic today, doesn’t rely on technical vulnerabilities at all. It relies on you. Could you be putting your organization at risk?

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