Whether you are looking to install a business phone system or replace an old model with a new phone, you will need to understand the options that are ...
Modern mobile technology is changing the way we do business, and there's no denying the benefits of a mobile workforce: Enhanced productivity, immediate access to data and applications at our fingertips, and the ability to collaborate between remote locations are just a few.
DCG Network Diagramming Service
More often than not, new DCG clients lack proper network documentation and, specifically, a network diagram, which is a fundamental part of their business.
What is a network diagram? Basically it is a network’s organizational chart.
Ever get tongue tied finding the right words when trying to explain your technical difficulties to your IT guy? There’s a remedy for that.
Taking screenshots and sharing them with your IT professional is an efficient and effective way to communicate your troubles and find a solution.
On July 14, 2015, extended support for Windows Server 2003 will come to a close. There are possible security risks (and the potential for regulatory noncompliance) for folks that go beyond the end date. Regardless of these issues, the security improvements offered by the Windows Server 2012 R2 are invaluable for system security.
he world's longest-ever supported operating system, Windows XP, has a retirement date of April 8, 2014, after which date Microsoft will no longer support the operating system. (Also retiring on this date is Microsoft Office 2003.) An unsupported operating system means the end of critical security patches and the start of major vulnerability to malware and viruses.
It goes without saying that your business is successful thanks to the multitude of IT vendors you work with every day: your Internet service provider, computer equipment company, website developer, domain host, phone guy, copy guy…the list goes on and on. It also goes without saying that eventually one of these services will go wrong, causing you to spend valuable time calling and managing these vendors when you should be managing your business.
You've probably seen those "winmail.dat" a couple of times in your email inbox and asked yourself: (feel free choose your own 4-letter word) "What the heck is that?" and "How the heck can open it?" Winmail.dat files are an encoding method used by Microsoft Outlook when an email with attachments is routed through Microsoft Exchange Server.
The Internet radically changed the way a whole host of businesses operated, booksellers, airlines, and especially coffee shops. A coffee shop used to be a place primarily for the drinking of coffee and socializing; now many people use it as a second office.
Every time you get a new message in outlook "You've got mail" comes up, in either a pop up or a voice message. Unless you get only a couple of emails a day, this can be pretty distracting. Most messages don't warrant this level of attention; it's similar to a coworker constantly barraging you with trivial matters.
The debate over cell phone radiation rages on, with each side vociferously protesting that the other one is wrong. In our country, where there are few non-telecom funded studies the prospect of cell-phone radiation is a laughing matter. In Europe, where several studies have linked Cell Phone usage to an array of brain ailments, it is not.