10 Questions to Validate Your Security Strategy

By Jeremy Louise | December 3rd, 2018 | Business Operations Network Security

There’s so much information out there about hacks, threats and cyber security in general that it can be natural to feel overwhelmed and fatigued. You understand that the consequences of leaving your business exposed are severe – but at the same time, you don’t know where to begin to address them. You may even have … Continued

Attention CFOs: Here’s One Way to Significantly Reduce IT Capital Expenditures That You’ve Probably Overlooked

By Jeremy Louise | August 23rd, 2018 | Business Operations

The other day, I was having a conversation with a friend of mine who also just so happens to be a Chief Financial Officer (CFO). As is the case more often than either of us would like, our friendly chat quickly turned to business. He asked me how some of our clients budget their capital … Continued

Are You Preparing for an Acquisition? Don’t Forget About Your IT

By Jeremy Louise | August 21st, 2018 | Business Operations

Being at one of the leading IT services firms in Boston, Cambridge and the greater New England area, one of the major things that excites me every day is the fact that we often find ourselves in the epicenter of biotech and pharma innovation in the modern era. In addition to helping break new ground … Continued

7 Ways to Properly Dispose or Decommission Old Technology

By Roger Murray | November 8th, 2017 | Business Operations

Whether you are moving to the cloud, refreshing equipment, moving offices and/or data centers, or simply cleaning house, properly discarding of old machines can be a tough task.  The complexity of decommissioning IT assets only becomes more of a burden when you’re working in a highly regulated industry sector.

Is Online Privacy Dead?

By Roger Murray | July 7th, 2017 | Business Operations

Privacy…we all talk about it and we’re all concerned with losing it, but does it really matter?  There are 1.94 billion active monthly Facebook users, 3.5 billion daily Google searches, and over 95 million photos & videos shared on Instagram each day.  These are a few examples of the many apps, fun quizzes & surveys, … Continued

How Your Next Status Update Can Lead To Termination

By Gerard Louise | March 6th, 2017 | Business Operations

We all say or post personal comments from time to time; in fact, social media encourages us to express our every thought, often for the whole world to see.  However, before you post your latest status, take a moment to consider potential repercussions.  We are seeing more and more stories of people being reprimanded, or … Continued

Tech Essentials: Back to School Guide

By Roger Murray | September 13th, 2016 | Business Operations

It’s that time of year again! From elementary through college, the school year has officially begun.  What does this mean?  That it’s time to get the latest tech to make the daily hustle of class infinitely better. However, sifting through the mountain of options available in the marketplace to determine which is worthy of your … Continued

The Great Debate: Standing vs. Sitting

By Roger Murray | August 4th, 2016 | Business Operations

The health effects related to sitting at your desk all day is widely publicized, from an increase in the risk of obesity, heart disease, disability, and/or shorter life expectancy.  Sitting has become the new smoking.  So the obvious answer to living a healthy long life is simple, right?  Just stand up; however, science seems to … Continued

Moving Offices? Important Relocation Considerations from our IT Experts

By Jeremy Louise | June 15th, 2016 | Business Operations

Relocating to a new office can be an extremely stressful and time consuming ordeal. Between managing the logistics of the physical move, coordinating employees and the hiccups that always arise at the most inopportune moments, it can easily become a full time endeavor that takes away from focusing on your daily tasks and core competencies. … Continued

Meet VIV: The Evolution of a Digital Assistant

By Roger Murray | June 2nd, 2016 | Business Operations

Every so often, a leap in technology occurs that opens up endless possibilities.  During TechCrunch Disrupt in New York, we were able to watch a live demonstration of Viv, the evolution of digital assistants, from the creators of Siri. 

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