Beringer Associates Technology Blog

Category : Information Technology

Cyber security is critical for keeping your business safe. Most Small businesses believe that they are not a target and sometimes prioritize other IT projects over security, but a majority of small businesses are likely to be less secure and more vulnerable for cyber attacks. Last year 43% of cyber-attacks worldwide were against Small businesses.

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Upgrading your PC to a Solid State Drive (SSD) can have a dramatic impact on an aging computers, overall usability and prolong its effective life. Many people talk about the performance (or lack thereof) of their desktop or laptop computers. If you have a computer that was purchased over 3-4 years ago, and you see that the memory and CPU seem to be doing ok, but the system is overall slow…consider upgrading to a Solid State Drive.

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It is estimated that by 2021 there will be over 46 billion connected devices… That’s a lot of connections. This includes everything from cellphones, coffee makers, washing machines, headphones, lamps, wearable devices and almost anything else you can think of. Default passwords are one of the major contributing factors to large-scale security compromises. Attackers can easily identify and access internet-connected devices that use shared default passwords.

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A lot of companies set up their mission critical equipment and forget about it. Over time, they continue to add equipment and wires but don’t always continue to think about the aesthetics of the room. A disorganized network closet might allow your business to run but will not allow for quick diagnoses. When those systems fail, it could add a significant amount of time for a technician to diagnose the issue. So, it might be time to do some spring cleaning in your network closet or server room.

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You may already be familiar with Remote Desktop Services, or Terminal Services through Microsoft. Remote Desktop Services are traditionally server based environments to provide a unified desktop experience for a collection of users. Users log into a remote desktop and are provided access to applications and desktop settings by an IT administrator.

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By now, most of you have incorporated some form of automated sales tasks into your organization. It may be enabling appointment scheduling on your website to sending automated emails for customers with expiring contracts. Congratulations, you’ve made more efficient use of your sales team’s time! You’ve empowered

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Most of us appreciate the functionality and efficiency our apps already bring us to achieve our day to day tasks.   However, what if you could add more value to your apps by making them understand your inputs and interpret needs through human-like perception, data analysis and knowledge search?

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As part of our ongoing support for our customers, we provide both formal and informal training around the services and products we implement. From a few recent experiences, I wanted to share some overall suggestions on how to plan and present a successful training session on technical topics. Over a series of blogs, I will share some of the planning and content suggestions that have worked well in the past. This blog will focus on training for your internal support team, and how their understanding of the system will be different from everyday users.

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I visited a client the other day who mentioned that their current sales force would turnover in the next 5 years and likely be made up substantially of millennials. After a recent interview with a millennial candidate, they realized that they needed to make some

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As part of our ongoing support for our customers, we provide both formal and informal training around the services and products we implement.  From a few recent experiences, I wanted to share some overall suggestions on how to plan and present a successful training session on technical topics. Over a series of blogs, I will share some of the planning and content suggestions that have worked well in the past.

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