Is Your Small Business at Risk of a Cyber Security Breach in 2015?

January 21st, 2015

Cyber security is a hot topic these days, and for a good reason. For years, customers provided personal and credit card data, with the assumption businesses would protect their information at all costs. With data breach after data breach in 2014 and extensive coverage in the media, trust is at an all-time low. To an […]

5 Tips for Small Businesses to Lower Technology Costs

November 14th, 2014

Few of us can afford the latest upgrades to our every device. But not only can small businesses lower their tech costs, they can even use technological advances to save money overall. Daren Boozer, CEO and President of NCC Data, tells how. 1. Educate Your Employees Online Lack the budget to send employees out of […]

Selecting a Managed Services Partner

September 3rd, 2014

Choosing a managed services partner is a big decision. Outsourcing all or some of IT managed services is a growing trend with small and mid-market companies. Many companies shop around, simply choosing the least expensive service. Other businesses select a partner based on experience or connections to personnel. But, not all managed service companies are […]

5 Ways to Save IT Budget Across Multiple Offices

August 25th, 2014

The benefits of multiple offices: better access to customers, better access to talent or lower cost to manufacture can quickly be squashed by escalating technology costs. So how do you minimize spending too much on an IT budget? These five strategies will prevent excess costs all while connecting and enabling your workforce. 1. Adopt VoIP […]

The Potential for Wi-Fi in Dallas Businesses

June 5th, 2014

Wi-Fi is at a cusp of innovative potential. Five or so years ago, many small and medium sized businesses were just switching from wired local area networks (LAN) to wireless LAN or Wi-Fi out of convenience. Today, it has become a necessity for many industries. The default method of consumer internet in the home also […]

A More Serious Problem than the HeartBleed Bug – Apathy

May 8th, 2014

As Heartbleed began to affect the tech world last month, it has now become inescapable, popularized in all forms of news media. The bug affects more than 2/3rds of all websites and capitalizes on a flaw in SSL (Security Socket Layers). Information once thought to be encrypted online can now be stolen, and the bug is […]

Foolproof Your IT Security in a Post Target World

April 23rd, 2014

First, realize not everyone is a Target or the CIA. Hackers target companies for different reasons, but those that are public, have access to a high volume of sell-able data and are global face more serious threats. Don’t get lost in the hype of these recent events and go overboard. Although these events do serve […]

Five Reasons To Look for a New Dallas IT Consulting Partner

March 27th, 2014

There comes a time when a relationship sours with a strategic partner and it can occur for many reasons. Any business involved in consulting aims to partner long term with clients, yet many partnerships will fall short. It’s a natural cycle of the business, consulting companies are always selling because there’s always change. Just like […]

The Dark Side of Social Media

March 1st, 2012

Which of the following statements are true? 845 million people actively use Facebook. Over 50% of the population in North American uses Facebook. Facebook accounts for 1 out of every 5 pageviews on the internet worldwide. There are 2.7 billion likes every single day on Facebook. Facebook has 425 million mobile users. Facebook is a […]

The App Internet: The Death of the Web?

February 21st, 2012

According to some IT experts, the Web is on its way out, and a brave new world of apps will take its place. As the leading provider of IT services in the Dallas Fort Worth Area, we want to be your guide to the ever-changing world of technology, whether it be web-base or app-based. We’re […]