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I must admit that CEOs and management are getting smarter and smarter when it comes to the roles technology plays in the profitability of their companies. There are the few who continue to pass the responsibility on to a tech or to their staff to ‘just make it work.’ When it doesn’t, heads will roll…
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We recently had a group of I.T. business executives visit our company to facilitate a SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats) analysis for us. These guys are all part of our HTG (Heartland Technology Group) peer board group, so we were fortunately able start the conversation from the same page in the hymn book, so to speak. “Speaking the same language” allowed us to more quickly get down to brass tacks … and the brass tacks started five minutes into the event.
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Keeping up with changes in the health care industry is a never ending process. As health care organizations transition to the cloud and increasingly use electronic medical/health records, changes must be made. The latest change comes courtesy of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). On August 24, 2012, according to a fact…
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The team here at Infinity Network Solutions has spent the better part of 2012 promoting and performing a series of events we affectionately call “TechTartare”.  We positioned this events series as “I.T. Food for Thought” for the Georgia business community.  The attendance at each of the events was spectacular, and the feedback we’ve gotten has…
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There’s a saying I once heard that goes, “If you don’t like change, you better love irrelevance.” There aren’t many truer sayings than this, and it applies to everything in life. In Information Technology, we live in 18-month cycles, so we are used to learning new things and new ways of doing them.
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Microsoft Outlook 2010 has a number of innovative features in it which will make your life easier. Among all those, Out of Office Assistant is a prominent one where you will see a great difference. With the Out of Office Assistant, the process has been made simpler and more convenient.
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The latest incarnation of Visio - the 2D object drawing application of the Microsoft Office Suite - has been unveiled. At this stage, it is in prerelease format entitled Visio 2013 Preview. This coincides with the beta Release of Microsoft Office 2013. Those familiar with Vision 2010 will see immediately a new look.
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Most small- and medium-business executives can’t afford the financial costs associated with providing employees with mobile devices. The executives of some large enterprises don’t want to spend a lot of money on furnishing their employees with mobile devices. So, increasingly, business leaders are adopting bring your own device (BYOD) policies. Of course, there’s more to adopting a BYOD policy than sending a mass email to employees announcing that it’s now okay for them to use their personal laptops, tablets or smartphones for work.
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Work is an activity, not a place. Businesses that take this to heart are leveraging advancements in technology to empower greater productivity while also expanding presence and reducing costs. With many businesses looking to hire the right talent and attract the right customers regardless of location, I.T. services companies that specialize in telecommuting and collaboration…
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