by Scott Wilson on March 7, 2016
Fires have ravaged two Omaha businesses in recent months. Both M’s Pub and Heafey, Hoffmann, Dworak & Cutler funeral home were recently victims to fires so severe that the buildings are total losses – along with the computers and data inside of them.
by Rick Sheehy on January 6, 2016
Technology is changing as quickly as time changes; if you are not keeping up, you are falling behind. We generate a large amount of data every day. As that information piles up, companies need more and more storage. Although the expense of infrastructure has declined, moving your files – or even your business – to a cloud or managed service has become more cost effective than hosting on your own servers on site.
by Phil Lieber on November 4, 2015
I recently presented to a group of professionals at a regional association meeting and the topic, for the third straight year, was centered on IT security. By a show of hands I polled the audience on who had integrated the most basic preventative measures, encryption and password policies, and the response was minimal.
By Drew Embury on October 6, 2015
Most of the monitors deployed in the last 5 years are widescreen varieties, and most of us have them installed in the standard format with two monitors on each desk side by side. However, almost all content on the web and also applications that we use aren’t built for widescreen monitors – they are built for regular old 4:3 monitors.
by Jake Molko on August 17, 2015
Hopefully by now you've heard about our upcoming user's conference in November and have already signed you and your co-workers up to attend. Just in case you haven't, here's one more incentive: the conference is now approved for CPE credit! So for any of our accounting friends who were worried about spending a day out of the office, we've got you covered.
Video Tip of the Week: Great new feature in the upcoming Microsoft Outlook 2016 and the ease to quick attach files.
By Drew Embury on July 30, 2015
Watch Drew's two minute video on one of our favorite new features from Microsoft Outlook 2016 - a quick way to attach recent files to email.
By Jeff Newton on July 31, 2015
"It's not in the budget." If you're like most businesses then you've come to embrace this mind set toward many Information Technology expenditures being considered for your organization. In addition to losing sleep over the costs necessary to embrace a new IT direction or change, the fact that you can be blindsided by emergency IT expenditures that can prevent proactive advances can be unsettling as well.
By Kyle Swanda on July 8, 2015
The internet has made the world much more accessible to all. You can locate information about something here in your hometown, or from as far away as the tiniest island in the South Pacific. It’s easy to Google any topic and gain access to hundreds of information sources within seconds; and you have the ability to connect with almost anyone worldwide.
By Chad Mohling on June 29, 2015
Techsoup is an innovative organization that has been a valuable resource for our Not-For-Profit clients for many years. If you aren’t familiar with what Techsoup.org is, they define themselves as a nonprofit with a clear mission: connecting nonprofits, charities, and public libraries with technology products and services for free or at largely discounted rates.
By Drew Embury on June 15, 2015
Watch Drew's two minute video on booking conference rooms using MS Outlook.
by Phil Lieber on June 2, 2015
Three years ago one of our P&L Technology clients, The Omaha Community Foundation, launched Omaha Gives! They continue to sponsor and manage this community-wide initiative which is a 24-hour opportunity in May to donate funds to 700+ non-profit entities in the greater Omaha area.
by Jake Molko on May 14, 2015
Were you aware that Windows 10 will be publicly available in Q3 of this year? Here's some of the highlights that you can use to help decide if you should make the switch when Windows 10 releases to market.
By Matt Lieber on April 21st, 2015
Since its initial rollout in 2014, Microsoft has begun to enhance benefits within their Office 365 platform to allow for unlimited storage within OneDrive for Office 365 subscribers. Since the inception of Office 365, both businesses and consumers have used OneDrive for personal file storage as well as sharing. Initially, Microsoft allowed up to 20 GB of storage per account. In June of 2014, the storage was increased to 1 TB per account, and because of increased use and popularity, Microsoft has now allowed for unlimited data storage within OneDrive.
By Jeff Newton on March 26, 2015
By now, surely you've seen the commercial from Microsoft declaring that they've produced a tablet that can "Finally replace your laptop." Well, if you're like me, I huffed at the notion that a tablet could really replace my laptop. Afterall, I've been trying to codger ways to make my iPad work for me in the business world for 2+ years with nothing but email access and frustration. So, being the realist & cynic that I am, took the plunge to put their proclamation to the test. Fast forward 45 days of everyday use on my new Surface Pro 3, imagine that, their claims have come to fruition!
Video Tip of the Week: Using Lync to keep track of business phone extensions and employee mobile numbers
By Drew Embury on March 20, 2015
Watch Drew's two minute video on how to replace a phone extension list in a business office by using Microsoft Lync.