HP ElitePad 1000: The De Facto Business Tablet?

Microsoft tasked Forrester to conduct a Total Economic Impact (TEI) study to help businesses weigh the potential financial impact of deploying Windows tablets in their companies. The following is a summary of the the results: All these numbers make a very compelling business case. Personally I have a Windows 8.1 laptop with a touchscreen, but I find myself rarely use the touchscreen for business use. The touchscreen is great for web browsing, showing off a website or proposal to clients, and card games. For things like Microsoft Office and Photoshop, I always go back to using the keyboard and mouse. Will

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Securing Your Network

Questions?Call us at 972-885-5045 ext.1035 Network complexity is not just an annoying time sap, it’s a vulnerability that hackers are exploiting with frightening vigor and regularity.Intelinet Systems and Cisco are poised to help you with that.Register for “Simplify and Secure Your Network with Cisco Access Switching” and learn how to protect your company’s sensitive information, its reputation… and maybe even your own.Click below to see the agenda and secure your spot (space really is limited… no hyperbole).Sincerely, Webcast Information Date/Time:Wednesday, June 25, 2014 10-11 A.M. PT Presenter

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Cisco Live 2014: What I Learned

DX80 – Cisco Collaboration Savior? I was excited to learn about the DX80 and DX70, although I feel the names could’ve been better from a marketing perspective. It just sounds too much like a 486 DX 66. Anybody remember those? I’m an advocate of the Android operating system so I’m glad Cisco went this route, instead of coming up with another proprietary operating system. Hopefully the Webex and Jabber integration is polished and doesn’t feel tacked on. Here’s some of the key features: Key functionality: The intelligent audio feature eliminates background noise. SE Android OS combined with Cisco end-to-end security features

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Are You Affected by Heartbleed?

You may have heard about a little bug called Heartbleed. In case you haven’t, it’s the biggest security vulnerability since the birth of the Internet. While most companies have already updated their systems, you should always get into a good habit of changing your passwords on a regular basis. I know this is harder said than done. Most of us are guilty of using the same, simple passwords on multiple websites and don’t bother to ever change them unless it’s forced upon us. And who can blame us? My brain isn’t capable of remembering hundreds of passwords (the number of

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Why Your Business Needs Proper Virus and Spyware Removal

Keeping your network on-line and healthy is important to the success of your business. Virus and malware can be designed to deliberately damage files or interfere with your computer’s operation. They can spread from PC to PC and cause all type of issues for users such as pop-ups, slow operations, and even system crashes and data loss. At Intelinet Systems, you get the best It services in Dallas, Texas. Our engineers can scan and identify the issue and remove the virus or spyware and assist in making sure that you have the latest updates for your Antivirus and Malware solution.

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Windows XP: Doomsday or Just Scare Tactics?

Most of us in the IT field know that updates for most Windows XP users are coming to an end on April 8, 2014. For most people at home, one word: nothing. A bit of education and common sense goes a long way. As long as you have an up to date browser and Adobe Flash, some anti virus protection (I personally don’t use any on my older XP computers), and don’t click on fishy links from fishy sites, you should be good. For businesses, where there are established processes and the cost of down time is real dollars, it’s a

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Cisco Unveils Intercloud – Just Another Hybrid Cloud?

One of the big challenges with implementing a true hybrid cloud in the enterprise environment has been compatibility. In other words, will the private cloud we’ve created inside our company work seamlessly with the public cloud like Amazon’s AWS, Microsoft’s Azure, and Google’s Cloud Platform? By seamlessly, I mean will the hybrid cloud provide the same amount of security, reliability, and portability? Because when you’re connecting a private cloud to the public, you have to make sure the connection is secure and the data and applications are all in sync and if we need to use another cloud provider, we

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2013 Tech Summary and 2014 Tech Predictions

Now that the year is drawing to an end, it’s a good time to reflect on the biggest things that happened in tech this year. Also, the things we can look forward to in 2014. NSA, Privacy, and the Cloud One of the biggest stories of 2013 was the cloud and privacy, or lack thereof. “Can you hear me now?” – Verizon customers “Yep.” – The U.S. government — Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) June 6, 2013 Privacy concerns are only going to grow. This is a serious problem and thanks to the Internet has brought the attention to mainstream America. Closely

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Introducing the Cisco Business Edition 6000

You may have heard of the Cisco Business Edition 6000, but what is it exactly and what can it do for you company? What is Cisco Business Edition 6000? The Cisco Business Edition 6000, also known as the BE 6000, is a solution specially designed for medium-sized business. It is made up of Cisco Unified Communications applications that offers business agility and reduces TCO. It achieves this mainly through server consolidation, operational efficiency and scalability, improved business continuity, and greater investment leverage. How is the BE 6000 different from just the old regular Cisco Unified Communications? Why is the BE 6000

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Collaboration for CEOs: Cloud, BYOD, VOIP

Collaboration in a business setting is primarily enabled by these 3 technologies, Cloud, BYOD, and VOIP. We’ll help you cut through all the technical jargon and get up to speed.   by  Onafly  Cloud Defined Cloud computing, or something being in the cloud, is an expression used to describe a variety of different types of computing concepts that involve a large number of computers connected through a real-time communication network such as the Internet.1 What You Need to Know When a business adopts the cloud or is doing cloud computing, it’s entrusting it’s data, software, and hardware to a third party. The information is accessed through the Internet.

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