Back to the Future… the Resurgence of the Independent Dealer

When I first started in the business in the late 1980s, there were dozens of independent dealers in our market… continue »

Microsoft Outlook Running Slow?

One of the most common issues I run into is Outlook running slowly and becoming unresponsive.  If you use Outlook,… continue »

Stopping Spam Emails

​The good news:  email studies show that the volume of spam is slowly on the decline (down from about 65%… continue »

Computer User Best Practices

There are things that you should consider when it comes to your work PC: Passwords: Simple passwords are highly discouraged… continue »

Malware Protection

Here’s the question: What are the differences between viruses, trojans and malware? The first thing you should know is that… continue »

Cortana vs Google Now vs Siri: Who’s Better, Who’s Best?

Now that just about anyone can talk to their phone or computer, we wanted to see what happens when you… continue »

Should I upgrade to Windows 10?

Windows 10…What of it?​ After months of testing Windows 10 very publicly, it’s officially here.  It’s a free upgrade for… continue »

The End of Windows XP Support & What It Means for You

Alas poor XP…I knew him… If you have not already heard, we officially have said goodbye to Windows XP.  April… continue »

Sharp MFPs are now Airprint Compatible

Sharp has announced that some of their products are now Airprint compatible– which makes it incredibly easy to print from… continue »

Boston Managed IT Services: Creating a Backup Plan

I am frequently surprised by how often companies look at their backup solutions as an afterthought.  Perhaps second only to… continue »