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Are VoIP phones worth it in 2024?

In 2024, switching from traditional landlines to a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system is a smart move for businesses. With VoIP adoption rates among businesses increasing globally, it's clear that many businesses are seeing VoIP’s significant advantages.

HIPAA violations: Consequences of noncompliance for dental practices

Maintaining the confidentiality of patient data is not just a matter of trust — it's a legal requirement under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). HIPAA sets the standard for protecting sensitive patient information, and violations by healthcare providers, along with the resulting fines, are well documented.

“Savings” That Could Cost You EVERYTHING

As a business leader, you’re always looking for ways to increase revenue, cut expenses and grow your bottom line. Implementing AI tools, shopping services and running a more efficient operation are great ways to do that. One place you do NOT want to cut corners is using free antivirus or firewall software.

How Poor Tech Support Is Slowing Down Your Business

If you’re serious about growing a successful, profitable business in 2024 and beyond, there’s no room for pass-the-buck tactics – especially when it comes to IT support. The efficiency of your IT team isn’t just a convenience – it’s a cornerstone of your operational capability.

Windows 10 end of support: Your upgrade and security options

Microsoft has recently announced the approaching end of life (EOL) and end of support (EOS) for Windows 10, the widely used operating system (OS). It's crucial to understand the distinction between these terms: while EOL marks the end of the OS's functionalities, EOS signals the cessation of security updates.

AT&T Attack Reveals 73 Million Customer Records Exposed On The Dark Web

In a statement released by the largest telecommunications company in the United States, AT&T, they shared that they recently discovered a dataset for sale on the “dark web” that contained information for about 7.6 million current AT&T account holders and 65.4 million former users, totaling approximately 73 million affected accounts.

The Safest Way To Shop For Mother’s Day Online

Are you planning on buying gifts for the special women in your life for Mother’s Day? If you shop online, there are a few ways to do it SAFELY. During the holidays, cybercriminals ramp up various scams to capitalize on innocent people looking for gifts online.