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How to Achieve the New Normal Office Productivity During COVID-19

By |2020-06-19T05:59:22+00:00June 17th, 2020|Office 365 and Migration, Technology|

With phased business re-openings and ongoing COVID-19 social distancing, business leaders must find ways to improve financial performance to cover losses. Thus, a new normal office productivity is taking shape. Simple and effective productivity improvements implemented now aim to make a difference. In a previous post, eMazzanti Technologies (our parent company) identified several changes business leaders could adopt to increase productivity when workers return. Implementing those changes now will help you get a jump on improving performance. So, ponder these quick and affordable productivity enhancers with a couple of bold ideas thrown in: Wireless Headsets A headset frees up your

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3 new cloud based business applications

By |2020-06-15T10:29:04+00:00May 11th, 2020|Technology|

cloud based business applications In this post we will be discussing about 3 new cloud based business applications The cloud.cloud-based Yes, we get it. After years of hearing “cloud, cloud, cloud” from our IT consultants and tech geeks it’s sinking in. We see that cloud-based applications perform well. They’re secure. They’re easy to access. They can be updated faster and supported better by the software developers that make them. The cloud is for real and we’re just getting started. Tomorrow’s cloud-based resources – from Microsoft Office 365 to SQL Server – will connect inanimate objects together, automatically perform tasks and

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Advancements in Data Encryption Up the Data Defense Game

By |2020-06-12T10:44:38+00:00March 5th, 2020|Cyber-Security, Data Compliance, Technology|

From credit card transactions to online loan applications and sensitive emails, billions of pieces of valuable information cross the internet every hour. Keeping that data safe from unauthorized access requires increasingly sophisticated tools. As the challenges to data security grow more intense, advancements in data encryption rise to meet them. In the movies, messengers transmitted important documents in a briefcase, handcuffed to the messenger’s wrist and accessible only via a key. The messenger made certain that no one tampered with the document during transit and that only the intended recipient opened the briefcase to retrieve and read its contents. Encryption

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Ease the Pain of Public Records Requests with eDiscovery Best Practices

By |2020-06-01T09:20:44+00:00December 5th, 2019|eDiscovery, Information Governance and Management, Technology|

Municipal governments typically field hundreds of public records requests each year. Fulfilling those requests can cost public agencies hundreds of thousands of dollars, in addition to substantial time and frustration. But approaching public records requests with eDiscovery technology streamlines the process and greatly eases the burden. Public Records Laws and eDiscovery Public records requests and eDiscovery refer to two distinct but related processes. Large organizations have dealt with eDiscovery requests for decades. Many of the best practices used by these organizations easily apply to public records requests, as well. In fact, the U.S. Attorney General advised using modern technology to

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What is a digital footprint? And how to help protect it

By |2020-05-21T10:24:16+00:00October 8th, 2019|Data Compliance, Technology|

Your “digital footprint” includes all traces of your online activity, including your comments on news articles, posts on social media, and records of your online purchases. When you know the boundaries of your digital footprint and take steps to contain it, you can help protect your identity and your reputation. What is a digital footprint? Every time you post something online, share content, or even when a website collects your information by installing cookies on your device, you are creating a digital trail. This includes your IP address, your login details, and other personal information that you reveal online. Information

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Why are you still waiting to upgrade your email to the cloud?

By |2020-04-21T02:31:57+00:00October 8th, 2019|Office 365 and Migration, Technology|

used with permission from Microsoft Office Blogs You’ve heard about the cloud, you know the benefits it offers, yet you’re still using an on-premises solution for your company’s emails. Maybe the thought of the transition is too daunting, or you’re not convinced it’s necessary at this time—there are many reasons that you might chose to stay with on-premises servers. According to the 2015 IDG Enterprise Cloud Computing Survey, 72 percent of organizations already have at least one application in the cloud and 56 percent are currently identifying which IT operations to move. Here are some common misconceptions about on-premises email and

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3 Key Elements of a Successful Email Migration

By |2020-05-13T08:50:57+00:00June 5th, 2019|Technology|

Email migration project management tips from Dena Kamel Your organization has decided to migrate email to a new system, and you experience a disastrous Go Live day. End users arrive on Monday morning, expecting to be able to quickly open email and get to work. But the system is down, due to unexpected issues. Or the users have no idea how to access familiar functions or needed documents. In today’s environment, we depend on email to make our work more efficient and broaden our reach. Unfortunately, technology sometimes fails to work as expected. Consequently, effective communication, proper preparation and effective

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