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Vendor Selection Guide

Choosing the right software, hardware, or technology vendor for your business, can quickly become overwhelming. The vast number of options available through the Internet may add to the confusion and choosing the wrong vendor will be a source of frustration, and...

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ERC – Client Spotlight

In 1955, young Ernest R. “Buddy” Coleman sold his first home for $4,000, and so began his career in development. Two years later, in 1957, Buddy founded ERC, a development company that builds and manages single family and multi-family residential properties. Buddy...

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Managed Services

Hiring full-time or part-time IT staff can prove to be cost  prohibitive for many small and medium sized businesses. Yet, these businesses have IT needs which can quickly consume time and surpass the skills of staff members who may not be trained IT professionals....

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CRITICAL UPDATE: Tech Alert – Spectre & Meltdown

CRITICAL UPDATE to DCR Tech Alert: What is the threat: The trio of vulnerabilities known as Meltdown and Spectre variant 1 and variant 2 are unlike other security threats in that they exist in a piece of hardware referred to as a processor. To put the magnitude in...

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Tech Alert – Spectre & Meltdown

You may be aware of the newly-exposed, 20 year old vulnerabilities in Intel (and possibly other) CPUs, know as Meltdown or Spectre. Below is information specific to this exploit as released by Microsoft and Green Cloud. Microsoft: Microsoft released a security update...

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Tech Alert – QuickBooks, Emailing Forms

If you use Quickbooks built in webmail services option for sending invoices, paystubs or other forms via the 'Send Forms' function within the program, be advised of two recently reported issues: Issue Reported: 1) Emails sent from Quickbook no longer contain the...

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