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Barring anything unforeseen, Microsoft will release Windows 8 to market on October 26, 2012. The operating system will be pre-installed on the latest desktops, laptops and tablets. The Windows RT-based Surface tablets will also be available for purchase. Microsoft shared this exciting news at the Microsoft Global Exchange Conference in Atlanta on July 18, 2012.
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Infinity Network Solutions takes security seriously and we take our clients' security even more seriously. Over the last few months, we have implemented a security software which creates an added layer of authentication and also creates a single point of failure to allow/deny access to our systems. The program uses encryption of a token (number sequence) and also uses a user-designed PIN code. This is being done so that we can further protect our data.
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RIP Microsoft and long live Apple (or at least the integrated system).  OK, so maybe I am being a little over the top with saying Microsoft is dead.  But after watching the launch of their new product, The Surface, and thinking about what was said, there are several things that make me think this way. …
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As a business professional, you need to become as familiar with using LinkedIn as you are with using Facebook and Twitter. Yes, your company’s Facebook page is important. Yes, sharing interesting bits of information and links to blog posts with colleagues and clients via Twitter is also important. But you’re likely to develop and grow…
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Realizing the importance of catering to the needs of a mobile workforce – even the president regularly uses a mobile device – the United States Department of Defense (DoD) has created a mobile device strategy that could be adapted to serve the needs of health care organizations as well.
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In January 2012, tornadoes wreaked havoc in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee, which may call to mind the Mother’s Day tornado outbreak across Bibb, Laurens and several other central Georgia counties in 2008. More recent weather disasters have given us all reason to question just how well our organizations are positioned to continue to operate if we're affected by unforeseen circumstances.
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For the past two months I have been working through a three-part talk about wowing the client. No matter what your business or organization does, it has clients. Those clients have a right to expect service from your organization or group. If you don’t serve them, they will find someone else who will.
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According to a recent article on the IT Business Edge blog, many people understand that there are viruses that can attack their personal computers. However, many don’t understand that there are viruses that can attack mobile phones as well.
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One of the biggest challenges that faces small-business owners is managing their information technology. Computers, mobile devices, software and servers have to be maintained and updated and replaced. That costs money. Lots of it.
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