Cybersecurity should be a priority for every business. Ransomware, malware, and IP theft bite deeply into business profits and make criminals rich. In fact, it is estimated that cybercrimes cost businesses more than $600 billion last year.
Topics: Managed IT
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), provides standards for protecting patient medical information. In conjunction with HIPAA, Medicare and Medicaid have requirements for prescriptions. Both regulations cover not only paper documents and digital records but also printed records. Every prescription printed is subject to Medicare and HIPAA regulations.
Student safety and security is the top priority for schools across the nation. That means not only physical safety, but also the safe use of the internet – digital security. Apparently, there are dangers lurking on the internet that target children. Cyberbullying, predators, phishing, and malware are all threats children face when they are online. Schools need to provide internet access, but they also need to keep students safe.
Technology is shaping the world. Organizations and businesses are changing processes and embracing technology solutions – increasing efficiency and reducing costs.
In some circles, “government technology” is derisively treated as an oxymoron. Government agencies and institutions often earn a bad reputation when it comes to implementing new solutions to help citizens. All it takes is a routine visit to the DMV or a few days in court to experience this for yourself. Politicians, critics, and even comedians love to point out governmental inefficiency in a myriad of ways.
Cleveland school districts have a clear need to manage costs and improve the student experience. K-12 academic institutions often find themselves lagging behind in terms of technology, and it’s understandable – between shrinking budgets and increasing demands, it can be very challenging to meet every need.
For small business owners with an eye on growth, there are two sides to hardware procurement. On the one hand, new hardware can stimulate growth. On the other, buying more equipment than you need is inefficient.
This is as true with computers and network infrastructure as it is for everyday office supplies. Equipment and supplies sitting around the office unused do not contribute to daily profit-generating processes.
The legal field is complex, and the demands it makes on lawyers and their teams are often unpredictable. This is why lawyers, paralegals, and clerks have much to gain from incorporating best-in-class technology in their processes.
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