Going paperless and “easy” might sound like it’s too good to be true, but we are doing our best to make the process of going paperless easy for you to learn by hosting a three part series designed to help Dentists and Office Managers transition to a paperless practice. I am sending out email invites to our house list of dental offices inviting the Doctor or Office Manager to our March 23rd seminar. Our goal is to help offices make the leap to paperless by bringing together experts from Softdent and Dentrix to discuss the pitfalls, requirements and process of take your dental office paperless. This seminar is designed to greatly help you reduce the learning curve and time to becoming paperless. The three event series kicks off March 23rd and advance registration is required. To learn more check out the event registration.
We saw a statistic the other day that really boggled our minds. LoJack, a security firm that specializes in theft, estimates that two million laptops are stolen each year. That's about a one in ten chance that your laptop will fall into someone else's hands. What can you do to prevent that?
I am excited to announce that we have pushed a huge amount of content update to TS-TECH.com all designed to give our clients access to more information. This update includes
TAKE YOUR DENTAL OFFICE PAPERLESS IN THREE EASY STEPS
Wyomissing, PA 2012- Is your dental office piling up with paper records and charts from years past? Are you waisting staff time pulling patient records or trying to get an effective recall system in place? It is time to computerize your dental office and eliminate wasted staff time by making the transition to a paperless dental office. On March 23, 2012 TS Tech will be hosting the first in a three part series of presentations on how to make the transition to a paperless office. The event will be held at TS Technology, 3 Park Plaza Suite 306 Wyomissing PA 19610. The Event will include guest speakers and dental office consultants Margaret Stewart and Jan Keller and Todd Schorle.
Margaret Stewart is a certified trainer and seminar instructor for DENTRIX, Easy Dental, and a Practice Management Consultant with over 20 years of experience working with Dental practices. Jan Keller is a member of he Speaking Consulting Network, Academy of Dental Management Consultants, American Association of Dental Office Managers and American Dental Assistants Association and has more then 25 years working in the dental field. Todd Schorle is a Microsoft Certified Professional and a Dentrix Certified Integration Engineer with over 15 years of experience helping dental offices implement computers.
Register online for this event at http://bit.ly/bepaperless
Based in Wyomissing Pennsylvania, TS Tech specializes in providing computer service, cloud solutions, online backup, encrypted email, firewall security and network setup to small businesses in Berks County PA.
We saved signing up for Google+ to this step in the social media roadmap even though you have already signed up for a number of Google services because Google+ is a new social media service, it is still in beta, and while I believe it will be huge in the near future, it ranks lower on my list of importance than the other services we have just covered.
To most people, computer viruses are things that cause annoyance, downtime, and cost money to fix. That's pretty bad on it's own, but some viruses are much more complex than others and can be far more dangerous. Let's look at Stuxnet, coined as the first weapon made entirely out of code, and why it is so frightening.
Television and films have almost desensitized us to the very idea of dangerous viruses. From nonsensical 'hacker' jargon in crime investigation shows to Jeff Goldblum using a computer virus to save the world from an alien invasion. While they might not have their science down, computer viruses can be crafted to do cause some pretty serious trouble.
Stuxnet is a computer virus that was discovered in 2010, infecting computer databases in power plants all over the world. It has some very specific features that target nuclear reactor, specifically centrifuges that spin nuclear material at Iran's enrichment facilities. Viruses like Stuxnet aren't just fabricated in basements by angry, malevolent computer nerds - hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of data, meticulous research, and even knowledge of very classified internal systems all go into the development.
On top of that, viruses like Stuxnet can be available for anybody to find and toy with - it could be retooled for other malicious purposes. Check out a short video about the threat of the Stuxnet virus.
Network security is becoming increasingly important for businesses, corporations, and organizations of all sizes. Malicious software is becoming more intelligent and more devastating, and even harder to purge from infected computers. Taking proactive measures is necessary to ensure business continuity.
Is your network at risk of malicious viruses, worms, and malware? Contact us at 610-288-0780 to get an evaluation of your network's security.
Business owners, this one is definitely for you. You've probably experienced the fact that shaving expenses here and there can lead to more flexibility and long-term savings, but at what cost? Are you limiting your company by nixing those extra services and costs? Sometimes you can get more and still save money. Let's look at a few ways Wyomissing businesses can do just that.
LinkedIn is like a business networking rolodex. The site is about networking with people you know to find other people who you might want to know. Leveraging connections is the goal, sharing information about yourself and your interests help build out your profile and make you more easily found by others.
The problem with carrying around an expensive, portable piece of equipment is that it's possible for someone to pick it up and run with it. According to LoJack, a security firm that focuses on stolen property, two million laptops are stolen each year. What should you do if you are a victim of laptop theft?
A lot of people just don’t get Twitter. I am often asked “who has the time to read what everyone else has to say.” I will admit that even I thought Twitter was very overwhelming at first. Twitter is actually quite simple in concept: you may have something to say and things you have to learn about. Search for terms, and you can read what other people are saying.