HIPAA | Technology Survival Guide 

Maybe you’re HIPAA compliant but still looking for ways to continue to improve your healthcare organization from a technology perspective. Enter the “Technology Survival Guide”.  Three easy ways to start improving the way your organization approaches HIPAA compliance and patient information management.

How to Ensure Technology HIPAA Compliance in Your Business

HIPAA. Most people have heard the acronym, you might even know what it stands for, but do you really know what it means for your business? 
HIPAA does not just matter for your primary physician.. If you accept health insurance as payment OR if you’re a vendor for a client that accepts health insurance funds AND you have access to electronic patient health records, you must comply with HIPAA regulations.

Cybersecurity Series | Part II: Why Passwords Matter

Cybersecurity Series | Part 2
Why Passwords Matter
Not all passwords are created equal. And that’s not just because you literally create your own individual password. It’s important to be informed when creating passwords for classified information because passwords really are not created equal when it comes to cybersecurity.

Why Buy a Computer from an IT Firm Over Going Direct

Disclaimer: We’re an IT firm. We recommend that you evaluate the data and choose a path that best serves your business’s needs. This advice is intended for business with 10+ employees.
We’ve had prospects and clients ask us if they should buy their computers from retailers such as BestBuy, Dell.

How to Complete Proper Computer Drive Destruction

When your computer life has come to an end, proper destruction of your hard drive is vital to the security of your business. 
When disposing of an old PC, it’s important to consider the importance of the information still on the hard drive when you determine how (or whom) will be completing the destruction of your drive.

E-waste: A Growing Problem

E...what? E-waste. 
E-waste is a growing problem in the United States and beyond. We’re talking discarded computers, televisions, printers, cell phones, smoke alarms, microwaves, and other miscellaneous electronic equipment. Up until last September, China accepted 70% of the world’s electronic waste- when they stopped doing so, many countries like the United States were faced with the reality of the growing e-waste problem and what to do about it.