Virtualization – 5 ways it can fail

Virtualization – 5 ways it can fail

While there are numerous tech systems available to small and medium size businesses, one of the most useful has proven to be virtualization. This movement of physical systems to a virtual counterpart offers many benefits when implemented correctly. Administered poorly however and you could see systems fail.

Do you need a data warehouse?

Do you need a data warehouse?

Data is an integral component to any business. Without it we would not be able to make decisions, develop marketing campaigns, or even operate. The issue many businesses face however is that the amount of data they generate and capture is increasing exponentially and it can be a challenge to collect and leverage it.

Insert headers and footers in Excel

Insert headers and footers in Excel

It’s undeniable that Microsoft Excel is one of the most popular spreadsheet applications used by businesses today. Not only does it simplify the process of creating spreadsheets with complex built-in formulas and colorful, descriptive charts, but it also allows you to add headers and footers.

Office for iPad updated

Office for iPad updated

Office for iPad was introduced earlier this year, and with it came full versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint that were optimized for use on Apple’s popular tablet. While the apps have been popular, especially with Office 365 users, there is always room for improvement.

5 ways systems can be breached

5 ways systems can be breached

When it comes to business security, many small to medium business owners and managers often struggle to ensure that their systems and computers are secure from the various attacks and malware out there. While there are a million and one things you can do to secure systems, one of the most useful approaches is to be aware of common security threats.

Laptop battery almost dead? Try this

Laptop battery almost dead? Try this

Have you ever taken your laptop to a presentation or meeting and forgotten your power bar? Many laptops have batteries that really won’t last all that long when you really need them to, and it can be a pain to run out of battery at an inopportune moment.

Backing up your data – 8 tips – Part 2

Backing up your data – 8 tips – Part 2

Most IT experts will agree that in order for a business to survive, they need some sort of recovery or continuity plan in place. Regardless of the type of plan, or systems integrated, all systems need to have a back up mechanism. In the last article, we took a look at four tips to help improve your data backups, and continue this article with the final four.

Bill could increase use of telemedicine

Bill could increase use of telemedicine

Physicians have little reason to engage in telemedicine because they typically aren’t reimbursed for services rendered virtually – but now two Mississippi senators are seeking to change that.

The Telehealth Enhancement Act, introduced by Senators Thad Cochran and Roger Wicker, alters Medicare payment policies to cover telemedicine, among other things.

Debunking three ICD-10 myths

Debunking three ICD-10 myths

As we move toward the October 2015 compliance deadline for ICD-10, the Journal of AHIMA has tackled three misconceptions about the new coding system.

ICD-9 isn’t so bad. In reality, ICD-9 is obsolete, and the longer it is in use, the more the quality of health-care data will decline, leading to faulty decisions based on inaccurate or imprecise data.

Final rule sets ICD-10 compliance deadline in stone

Final rule sets ICD-10 compliance deadline in stone

The Department of Health and Human Services has set the final deadline for health-care organizations to transition to ICD-10, and it’s just 14 months away—on October 1, 2015.

ICD-10 is designed to provide better patient care, disease management, and quality measurement—especially for patients under the care of multiple providers.