Warning signs your computer has malware

April 24th, 2019

With the rise of eCommerce and online banking, cybercrime has evolved. Like criminals who pull smash-and-grab jobs, they go where the money is. However, unlike bank robbers, cybercriminals do their best to avoid detection by letting malware do the work for them.

Disruptive technologies in healthcare

April 1st, 2019

Corporate giants like Microsoft, Google, and Apple are cultural icons because their software and hardware innovations have been, dare we say, revolutionary. In the not-too-distant future, we’ll be looking back and marveling at how healthcare once existed without some of the radical-sounding technologies that are tantalizingly close to becoming reality.

More healthcare firms migrate to the cloud

March 6th, 2017

Healthcare providers have a lot on their plate: Caring for patients is first and meeting compliance regulations comes at a close second. Hospitals and smaller practices truly benefit from technology experts coming on-site, installing all the right IT systems, and leaving clearly outlined instructions, amounting to a swift and inexpensive process.

Group voice call now possible on Facebook

January 10th, 2017

With communication apps such as Skype, WhatsApp, and Slack aiming to conquer audio and video calling, what is a social networking giant like Facebook to do? In a move to enhance its already ubiquitous Messaging app, Facebook is all set to follow suite and occupy a space alongside some of the most dominant VoIP apps in the market, particularly in desktop group video calling.

Amazon’s new tool for swift data migrations

July 21st, 2016

Virtualization is as complicated as it is beneficial to SMBs. The concept alone can take time to fully grasp and making it a reality at your company is even more difficult. However, Amazon Web Services needs to make the service as easy as possible if they expect to retain customers and increase their bottom line.

Jigsaw Ransomware Decrypted: Will delete your files until you pay the Ransom

April 30th, 2016

Source: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/

A new ransomware has been released that not only encrypts your files, but also deletes them if you take too long to make the ransom payment of $150 USD. The Jigsaw Ransomware, named after the iconic character that appears in the ransom note, will delete files every hour and each time the infection starts until you pay the ransom.

IT and accounting adds up!

January 13th, 2015

Information technology impacts every industry, from the financial, medical and legal professions to entertainment, and healthcare. IT streamlines processes and automates systems whenever possible, as well as granting access to a wealth of information that was not so long ago out of reach.

EMRs and better health practices

December 15th, 2014

The level of care that patients expect from physician practices in and around Kansas City is increasing, and in today's healthcare industry it is vital that a medical practice has its finger on the pulse of industry-specific tech advancements, such as EMRs and EHRs. Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) and Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are solutions offered by healthcare IT support providers like AccurIT Systems that are aimed at streamlining patient processes, improving efficiency, and benefiting patient wellbeing.

IT training benefits for business and HR

November 28th, 2014

It can be easy for business owners, especially those working with an IT partner who manages their technology, to think that IT training and knowledge isn't important. However, where existing IT staff or employees with technical skills do not have the competency to keep all technical systems running efficiently, their lack of experience could be costing your company dearly.

Why having well-maintained IT systems can help your business

November 11th, 2014

As a Kansas City business owner or manager, it can be easy to think that the systems you have, which are working now, will keep on working well into the future. This is especially true for those who have aging systems. Sure, they work fine, but they could be the source of future headaches.