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8 data backup tips – Part 1

8 data backup tips – Part 1

Backing up your data is an essential business task that should not be ignored. Believe it or not, it’s not a matter of if your systems will crash putting your data at risk, but when. There’s a good chance that you could face data loss if systems crash, and backing up your data will reduce this loss.

New Facebook account login features

New Facebook account login features

Facebook’s reach has been steadily increasing over the past half decade. Nothing makes this more evident than the fact that you can use your Facebook username and password to log into different apps and sites. While this is convenient, many apps request private information, something users are often uncomfortable with.

10 popular virtualization terms

10 popular virtualization terms

Virtualization, often defined as the act of moving physical systems to a digital environment, has become one of the most sought after tech improvements, especially for small to medium businesses. While virtualization is popular, it is still complex and has many potentially confusing terms associated with it.

RTO & RPO for continuity

RTO & RPO for continuity

Metrics are used in nearly every business process, including disaster preparedness and any business continuity plan (BCP) you might have at the ready. Businesses who are looking to ensure that their company will make it through any disaster successfully need to have an effective BCP with metrics like RTO and RPO in place.

Creating an alias on Outlook.com

Creating an alias on Outlook.com

In many TV shows and movies about spies there is always one character with a great alias. When it comes to espionage, an alias is important, but it may seem less so for most business owners or managers. However, with Microsoft’s Outlook.com there is a great alias related feature that you may find useful.

4 BYOD tips to improve security

4 BYOD tips to improve security

A common issue many businesses face, regardless of their size, is that their computer systems and devices get progressively older and slower, unless they are constantly updated. This can frustrate some employees who may have up-to-date personal devices, so much so that they simply start to bring these devices into the office.

6 tips to better data collection

6 tips to better data collection

Take a step back and think about the data available to your business. Chances are it has grown exponentially, and will likely continue to do so into the future. While this can be useful as more data equals a better, clearer picture of what is going on in your business, there is still a large amount of data that is useless.

Applying engineering to health care

Applying engineering to health care

A strategy commonly used in manufacturing and aviation offers the potential for better health care at lower cost, according to a recent report.

That strategy – systems engineering – is an interdisciplinary approach to designing and managing complex systems.

It’s time to get ready for ICD-10

It’s time to get ready for ICD-10

The compliance date for ICD-10 is farther away than it once was, but it’s still coming — and health-care practitioners should be moving forward with preparedness plans, if the results of a recent survey are any indication.

The survey — which questioned physician practices, hospitals, payers, vendors, and others — was conducted by eHealth Initiative and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

It found that most health-care organizations are using the extra time afforded by the delay of ICD-10 compliance to October 15 to invest, train, and test.