Entries by CTSI

Make your local government better with managed IT

It’s difficult for local governments to remain up-to-date and relevant when it comes to technology. Area citizens are expecting the same type of experience with their local governments that they get in the private sector through mobile and other devices. Managed IT services help enable these expectations.

Planning safe and effective technology solutions for your schools

Protecting the technology in your school is important for the privacy of the students as well as school data and files. With hundreds of different computers and students visiting various websites all day long, it’s easy for viruses to lock up devices and/or steal data. All it takes is one bad website or phishing email for a device to become compromised.

HIPAA Compliance in the Cybersecurity Age

Healthcare organizations face tough challenges regarding data security. They must abide by the mandates of HIPAA when dealing with protected health information (PHI). However, cybersecurity is a much more recent problem facing compliance. Find out how to remain compliant through cyberattacks here.

The 4 Pillars of Healthcare It

The world of healthcare IT is complex and vast. It encompasses any type of technology that clinicians or organizations use to provide care to patients. Learn about what healthcare IT is, its importance, and the fundamental pillars of a healthy system.

Windows 7 server 2008 EOL

Windows Server 2008 has done a lot of good in its time, but like all good things, it is about to come to an end. With January 2020 marking the end of life for the server, you need to understand the risks of continuing to use it.

2020: Why Cybersecurity Is More Important for the Future

Cybersecurity is a major concern for business owners. As technology evolves, more devices are placed on networks, creating even greater risks and vulnerabilities. Putting the right policies and best practices in place will help combat the risks of data breaches as well diligence in ensuring they are followed.