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Blog Posts by April Walsh

April implements and supports our clients’ software solutions and network infrastructure. She specializes in Microsoft Windows Server, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Office and Office 365, and antivirus software. There is nothing more rewarding for April than to have a client who fully trusts her with their network and data. If you like ice cream, April is your go-to. Armed with her own ice cream maker, she even created her own recipe for German chocolate cake gelato.

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3 Questions You Need To Ask About Your Managed Services Contract Before You Sign

You have many options when searching for the best managed services IT provider for your company. Finding the right fit can be overwhelming and stressful. Not to mention costly if you make the wrong choice. Here are three questions you should ask prospective tech companies before signing on the dotted line.

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4 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Spam Filter (And How To Fix Them)

Adjusting your spam filter to the right level of sensitivity is one of the most important steps you can take to defend your network from harmful email malware. However, it’s easy to miss an important email if you set your sensitivity too high.

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Construction & Real Estate  |  Networking

How This Simple Network Task Could Save Your Construction Company Thousands of Dollars

Imagine logging into your computer first thing in the morning and nothing works. You and your coworkers can’t open your software or files on the server, bringing essential tasks like payroll processing to a screeching halt. Then, a pop up appears on your screen that says you need to pay to release your files.

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