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Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on June 29, 2017
Few today know who Novell was, but we still benefit from their inventive engineering. What can solution providers, IT professionals, and churches learn from Novell's story?
Tags: Managing IT
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on May 31, 2017
Churches reimburse some staff for their cell phone and internet costs. Has the way we communicate changed so much that it's time to reconsider?
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on May 22, 2017
Don't become a victim of cybercrime! These are easy-to-implement strategies and disciplines that you, your staff, and your family can adopt.
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on May 02, 2017
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on March 20, 2017
Many believe IT's highest priority is disaster recovery preparedness; the ability to recover after a major data loss. What's your backup plan?
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on February 22, 2017
Microsoft's O365 has many good features, but we found problems with their hosted email service that it's worth posting an Enter at Your Own Risk sign.
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on January 16, 2017
Fax (short for facsimile) is a tool that sends scans over telephone wires. How is that different than emailing a scanned file? Why do some still insist on sending and receiving faxes rather than scanned attachments via email?
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on November 22, 2016
Solutions from church and donor management software providers keep improving in their ability to help churches and ministries fulfill their mission! Their features to track and communicate with people, their web and mobile device interfaces, and their powerful database tools make this category of software a big help and valuable asset for today's ministries in reaching many with The Gospel and discipling them.
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on November 01, 2016
The 10-21-2016 DDoS attack was of historic proportions. Those using web-enabled devices needs to know what they can do to minimize their vulnerabilities.
Written by Nick B. Nicholaou on October 20, 2016
As a team of consultants who work on church and ministry networks nationwide, we have worked with a lot of printers. HP is always the easiest to work with and the most dependable for ongoing quality.