Keep your iPhone battery alive with these tips

There’s nothing worse than having a low iPhone battery when you’re working remotely or on-the-go without an outlet nearby. Luckily, there are several tips you can use to extend your smartphone’s battery life. Here are six that prove invaluable.
1. Activate Low Power Mode
When you switch on Low Power Mode, it automatically adjusts several settings to extend the life of your battery.

Effective video content to attract more customers

According to Wyzowl’s 2022 State of Video Marketing Report, 86% of businesses use video as a marketing tool. If you’re not using videos as part of your marketing strategy, you’re missing out on a huge opportunity. In this blog post, we’ll discuss seven types of video content that can help boost your marketing campaigns and attract more customers.

Want to get rid of your Mac? Not so fast.

September 2nd, 2021

Buying a secondhand Mac is a popular way to save money on relatively expensive equipment that retains its value. Conversely, selling your used Mac is a great way to expose yourself to identity theft — unless you follow these steps to keep your personal information safe.

The most common HIPAA mistakes to avoid

In the United States, breaches of electronic protected health information (ePHI) affecting 500 or more people must be made public. The breaches reported in 2020 are as follows:

Cases currently under investigation

Type of breach
No. of cases from Jan.

2021 healthcare IT trends you should know about

With 2020 behind us and COVID-19 vaccine distribution under way, 2021 may prove to be the year in which New York and the Tri-State Area are revitalized, both in economic and in public health terms.

Undoubtedly, we want a return to certain parts of our way of life.

Finally Shed The Old This Year It’s Costing You Much More Than You Think

New year, new technology! If your practice is still relying on older and aging technology, it’s time to think about updating that technology. As it ages, the effort to keep it running comes with many hidden costs. While it may seem financially savvy to keep older hardware and software running, you may be setting yourself up for major costs down the road.

Beware of these COVID-19-themed phishing scams

As if a health pandemic is not causing enough chaos for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in New York to deal with, phishers are also taking advantage of weak IT security and poor cybersecurity habits to unleash different kinds of COVID-19-themed scams.

Setting up your small business to guard against phishing attacks

If you run a business that has any sort of reliance on computers or computer systems, you’ll have worried about your vulnerability to parties with insidious intent. More than the threat of online viruses or hackers tapping into your system remotely from a laptop like you see in the movies, phishing attacks are by far the biggest threat to small- and medium-sized businesses.

Top considerations when rolling out digital workspaces

Technology continues to revolutionize the way we work at an evermore rapid pace. On the heels of the processing capabilities offered by personal computers and the interconnectivity provided by the internet, digital workspaces have distinguished themselves as the next great leap in ways of working.

Is it time to upgrade my computer hardware?

In the 21st century, business has become increasingly reliant on computers and computer systems. As such, enterprises have to ensure that the hardware they rely on for computer access is in good condition and fit for purpose. The complication lies in knowing when to upgrade computer hardware.