How to Use Zoom

With Zoom, you don't need to sign into an account if you're joining a meeting. All you have to do is download the application to your computer or phone, and click on the meeting link. Or, you can just call into the meeting without using the video chat or screen-sharing options.

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IT for Healthcare

Properly-managed cybersecurity & information technology is critical to the medical field. HIPAA compliance needs to be deep-rooted in all aspects of your technology. To protect yourself, your company & your patients, use an information technology & cybersecurity firm that specializes in the medical industry. Cybersecurity A data breach could be devastating to your practice. Cybersecurity[…]



Work From Home Guidelines

Given the state-wide shelter in place, we are getting a lot of requests to support your employees’ efforts to work from home.  We wanted to share some guidelines that we are recommending to all of our clients as they allow more and more employees to telecommute.  These are not only to make sure your employees are able to work as productively as possible, but to also make sure your company is protected from the additional risks of telecommuting.
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Nerdy Mixer

Join us and the El Sobrante Chamber of Commerce for our annual Nerdy Mixer! There will be free food, drinks, tech advice, prizes, and much more. This networking event is a great way to meet other business owners and community members. Join us! Wednesday, August 7th 5:30-7:00pm 400 Appian Way, El Sobrante, CA 94803



Windows 7 & Server 2008 End of Life

Windows has announced that they will no longer support Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 starting on January 14, 2020. This means that starting on January 15, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide technical assistance and software updates for Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 systems. This change has an impact on many businesses and residents. We're here to answer questions and help you with the next steps.
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2018’s Worst Passwords

Last year marked the fifth anniversary of the passwords "123456" and "password" being in the top 2 spots of most used/worst passwords, according to SplashData. Of this list, it is estimated that 1 in 10 people use these top 25 passwords. That's... not good. Each year, SplashData pores over millions of passwords that belong to people who were breached.
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