Aug 25

HOW TO // How to Get the Most out of Tech Support


By Jeremy Koellish, COO

Writing a post about getting the most out of your tech support may seem silly to you, like providing tips on how to order a pizza or most efficiently open an envelope. But trust me, there are a few rules of engagement that when kept in mind, can help you get your IT issue solved quickly and as frustration-free as possible.


Aug 22

A Healthy Attitude Toward Tech

Healthy Attitude toward tech

By Russ Levanway, CEO

The 3 ‘R’s

With the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (aka “Obamacare”) over the last several years, the healthcare industry has experienced massive changes, many of them regulatory-driven. The requirements of ICD-10, HIPAA, “meaningful use” and now the up-and-coming Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) going into effect January 1st, have created a heavy burden for our healthcare clients because they’ve forced a series of fundamental changes in how healthcare operates overall. We are still in the middle of that transition; the journey isn’t over yet.


Aug 16

Rusty, Not Random

Russ "Rusty" ReedBy April Cole Worley

Russ “Rusty” Reed’s  first computer was a Commodore 128. “It had twice the computing power of the Commodore 64!” Rusty laughs. “I don’t even remember where it came from…but I knew that if I learned BASIC [an acronym for Beginner’s All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code] I could make it do some cool stuff.”

What cool stuff, you ask? Well, random stuff. Literally.


Aug 8

Implementing Search Service on Windows Server 2012

Ruby Nahal, Engineer By Ruby Nahal, Systems Engineer

If you’ve been in IT for a while like I have, you know that over the years, the amount of data organizations accrue has grown exponentially. Each business has a virtual library of information that they must dig through to find exactly what they are looking for – a task that can be both time consuming and frustrating.


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