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Be sure your technology is prepared to survive failure or disaster.
by Gregory P. Scasny
In the event of hardware failure, file loss, theft or even natural disaster, it’s imperative that your business is able to resume without delay, in order to sustain productivity, revenue, customer satisfaction and success. A Recovery Time Objective (RTO) plus business continuity and backup plans can make downtime a thing …Read Full Article
Small businesses are especially vulnerable to data theft.
by Rich Shields
In today’s society, it is imperative to stay up-to-date with all the latest technology changes and buzzwords, e.g., cloud, managed services, BYOD, bandwidth, security, etc. However, what can we do to ensure we are secure as businesses, consumers and individuals?
Phishing and online scams have been in existence for many years, and things are …Read Full Article
MICHIGAN CITY – Dage-MTI, a leading manufacturer of high sensitivity cameras for bioscience, inspection, and analysis, HAS introduced the HD-210U, an advanced high definition (HD) video camera for microscopy, scientific and industrial applications.
The single-chip CMOS camera delivers true HD resolution and full screen video with smooth motion at 60 frames per second (fps). Dual DVI/HDMI and USB 2.0 outputs make it easy to …Read Full Article
MISHAWAKA – St. Joseph Regional Medical Center has been named one of the nation’s “Most Wired” hospitals, according to the results of the 2013 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks (H&HN) magazine.
Recognized for the third year running, SJRMC is the only hospital in Northern Indiana to achieve this recognition, and one of nine in Indiana.
“We continue …Read Full Article
CROWN POINT – U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky has announced that Purdue Technology Center-based Euclid Diagnostics Inc. will receive a $287,000 grant through the Small Business Innovation Research program. The grant will fund research into new methods to identify individuals who require biopsies for prostate cancer.
Purdue Technology Center of Northwest Indiana Director Kathy DeGuilio-Fox said, “The working being done at Euclid Diagnostics to develop …Read Full Article
Working smarter with the help of cloud computing.
If you had the opportunity to extend the life of your current computer equipment (especially that server that you bought in 2003) without a large capital outlay, would you consider it? Would you like to access a client file stored on your hard drive while you’re having lunch with that client?
You can with cloud computing. Like …Read Full Article
HAMMOND – The South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority has launched a new geocentric-based mobile website.
The mobile site features all of the partner listings, hotel information, calendar of events and things to do as well as a section for local deals. Director of Information Technology for the South Shore CVA Luke Weinman IV said the new mobile site utilizes geocentric integration which allows users …Read Full Article
Protecting your device and your data, too.
by Allyson Kazmucha
Almost every business user carries a smartphone these days. As technology progresses, so does the amount of data that’s stored on your iPhone, iPad, or any other smartphone or tablet. While everyone always hopes to never face a day his or her device is stolen, there are steps you can take to protect the most …Read Full Article
DYER – Founders of Dyer-based NorthStar360 Business Solutions Rick and Susan Riddering met with Roger Allen, co-founder of the Center for Organizational Design at the annual 360 Solutions Learning Conference in Dallas. The three served as presenters at the conference and met to discuss the latest trends and best practices in training and organizational development.
The meeting was extra special for the Ridderings because NorthStar360’s …Read Full Article
The two companies are working on ways to create an early detection of circulating cancer cells in blood. IV Diagnostics is based at the Northwest Indiana Purdue Technology Center and StableBody is based at the University of Wisconsin Innovation Center in Madison.
Frank Szczepanski, founder of IV …Read Full Article