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Transitioning from Microsoft  Exchange Server 2010

Posted by Keith Shaffer Mar 28, 2019 3:15:10 PM

Microsoft Exchange 2010 is one of the most popular and utilized email and calendar servers amongst businesses. Since its release in 2010, it has had rapid international adoption and it has become an essential enterprise tool for sending emails and utilizing calendar servers to set up meetings and plan out business days. Although many companies have become accustomed to Exchange 2010 by now, it is coming to a screeching halt in less than a year. If your organization is not proactive about transitioning away from Exchange 2010 before 2020, the consequences can be extremely costly.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Outsourced IT Support, Server Migration

Why It Is Vital to Upgrade from Windows 7/Server 2008

Posted by Keith Shaffer Mar 28, 2019 3:07:36 PM

Why It Is Vital for Your Organization to Upgrade from Windows 7/Server 2008

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Topics: Outsourced IT Support, Malicious Software, Server Migration, Ransomware, Malware

What Nonprofits Need to Know About Data Backup and Disaster Recovery

Posted by Keith Shaffer Feb 28, 2019 7:24:00 PM


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Topics: Cyber Security, Network Safety, Server Migration, Data Protection, Non Profit

Budgeting Your Next IT Project

Posted by Gabrielle D'Andrea Jul 6, 2018 12:28:50 PM

Having trouble figuring out what steps you need to take in order to get your IT plans into action? You’re not alone, nor should you worry about what needs to get done when delving into such a complex venture. First and foremost, constructing a budget for your organization is your primary step and honestly, the hardest part. In order to do so, you must compile your company’s goals, values and IT objectives and determine if you will be updating your existing infrastructure and plans, or starting from scratch.

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Topics: Outsourced IT Support, Server Migration