3 top reasons to migrate to Microsoft 365 – Today!

Thanks to the way it integrates with cloud-based services, Microsoft 365 has grown into one of the most predominant productivity and collaboration tools available today. Around 80% of Fortune 500 companies have already taken their business data to Microsoft 365, and now smaller organizations are seeing the significant advantages to implementing the productivity suite into their everyday operations.

Year end is near – Plan ahead for a tax break!

Year end is quickly approaching and deciding on those year-end purchases is probably already on your mind. As you may know, Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or financed during the tax year.

Windows 11 Release – Here we go.

Microsoft has announced what it’s calling “the next generation of Windows”. Windows 11 will be a considerable change to Windows 10 and will be offered as a free upgrade*. Here is what else we know so far:
When is Windows 11 release date?
The official Windows 11 release date is October 5. Microsoft says that newer PCs will get it earlier than older PCs, and the staged rollout will last until mid-2022. Windows 11 will be delivered as an upgrade to eligible devices running Windows 10
Wasn’t Windows 10 going to be the last version of Windows?
The original plan was to have Windows on a service, and let it evolve over time.

4 Important details about HIPAA compliance

Getting your practice up to code when it comes to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations can seem challenging upon first glance, but knowing where your IT efforts must be prioritized is the first step. In this article, we’ll zero in on four of the most critical items you must look into to […]

Backup Microsoft 365? Yes!

Common Misconception
There is a common misconception that any data stored in the cloud does not need to be backed up. Although Microsoft 365 offers some very basic data protection and retention to help cover a few risks that could harm your data. It also doesn’t always protect you from some of the more detrimental issues you may face:

Accidental Deletion: If you delete a file, folder, or a user, whether you meant to or not, that deletion is replicated across your network and may have to be restored through using a backup.