Cybersecurity in the dental industry is a constant battle, but there are significant steps you can take to keep your IT defenses strong and effective, one of which is to increase your knowledge of security threats. Here are five common ways your practice systems can be infiltrated.
Communicating with people via tablet, mobile phone, or laptop has never been easier. Thanks to progressively faster and more stable internet connections, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services have become a more accessible and cheaper alternative to conventional phone calls.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems allow users to make calls through a broadband internet connection instead of a traditional phone system. This means reduced call costs for businesses that already have an internet connection. VoIP phones also come with various features not found in conventional phones, such as multi-party calling capabilities, auto-attendant, and video conferencing to name a few.
If you just bought a new laptop, then it probably has Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system pre-installed. Windows 10 is packed with some interesting features you can fully maximize by following these tips. 1. Set up how your device checks for updates Your new laptop should check for updates automatically, but you can also do […]
Dental clinics store and handle a huge amount of sensitive patient data called protected health information (PHI). PHI is any information that identifies a specific patient, which includes:
Date of birth
Laboratory tests and results
Mental health condition
Cybercriminals and malicious insiders looking to make easy money steal PHI to sell it on the dark web, extort money from their victims, and commit fraud.
Healthcare organizations should no longer be hesitant when adopting cloud computing, as the technology has become more ubiquitous and easy to use. If you know how to manage the cloud properly, it can even surpass the reliability and security offered by on-site IT. Here are just some of the business benefits of cloud computing.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become the top communication system of choice of many small- to medium-sized businesses. While there are many vendors that offer different VoIP packages with their respective features, you should look into their Quality of Service (QoS) to know which one could meet your company’s needs.
The worldwide VoIP market has seen incredible growth over the past years. With new technological innovations, business adoption, and government support, the VoIP industry is not showing any signs of slowing down. In fact, it is predicted that the global VoIP market will grow to $31 billion by 2027.
As more dental clinics move from a traditional landline network to VoIP systems, it's vital to keep track of the latest VoIP trends to make sure your clinic is utilizing the full potential of VoIP. Here are some VoIP trends you should keep an eye on this year.
Filling your desktop with shortcuts to files and applications may seem practical because it lets you quickly access what you need. But when more than half of your desktop screen is filled with icons, your productivity can be affected. You may end up wasting time finding a file or opening a program.
You may think that your printing expenses aren’t a major concern, but mismanaging these may result in a bloated IT budget that’s composed mostly of hardware, supply purchases, and equipment maintenance costs. These five tips will help your business save money on printing expenses.