Archive for June, 2015

How to Speak Like an Expert on File Sharing

Written by Chad on . Posted in Authentication vs authorization vs access control, Ftp server, What is data loss prevention (dlp)?

Automated file transfer software

How do you keep your information safe? File sharing programs are commonplace and can be a minefield of viruses and spam. In 2011 alone there were 535 data breach occurrences in the USA, causing the theft of over 30 million consumer records. The information security conversation is more lively than ever. Here’s a handy guide to some basic terms and ideas that are frequently discussed:

Different Types of Servers
A server is simply a computer on a network that manages the resources in that network. Here is a list of some different types of servers:
-Mail Server
-Server Platforms
-Web
Server
-Application Server
-Collaboration Server
-List Server
-Telnet Server
-Open Source Server
-FTP S

Three Signs That Your Pharmacy Needs an Updated POS System

Written by Chad on . Posted in Pharmacy point of sale systems, Retail pharmacy pos system, Retail pharmacy software

Rms solutions

Does your pharmacy need an updated POS system? If you really aren’t sure, here are a few warning signs that your business is in desperate need of a tech update, and that your point of sale system is the first place to start:

  • Your shelves are empty and you have trouble keeping certain items stocked. Inventory management is one of the most important features of any good retail pharmacy POS system, and the advanced inventory management features that come with newer pharmacy POS systems can perform tasks like sorting throu

How To Do Local SEO In Four Easy Steps

Written by Chad on . Posted in Arizona small business seo, Email marketing for small businesses, Website consulting services phoenix

Email marketing phoenix

It might feel like late-night emails suck up most of your time, but the reality is that search is the most common activity on the Web in 2015. In fact, 93% of all online experiences start with a search engine, and we’re not talking about Bing. According to a study by Pew Internet, 58% of U.S. consumers research new products and services online first, usually on Google.

Experts say that Google dominates at least 70% of the search market. If you run a small business, then you need to make Search Engine Optimization a priority, or customers won’t be able to find you.

Here’s a sobering fact: if you aren’t on the first page of search results, your site might as well be invisible. Almost 75% of searchers will never even scroll past the first page of results.