3 Red Flags that Your Server is Failing

Your server is the workhorse of your dental practice's computer infrastructure - storing, processing, and managing your network data, devices, and systems. Therefore, if your server fails it could mean expensive downtime and suffering for your practice.

The Risks of End-of-Life (EOL) Technology in Your Dental Practice

Nothing lasts forever. Technology is at the forefront of an ever-evolving world, and with that comes innovation. Therefore, manufacturers must evolve as well. Updates, storage, features, and more play a role in a manufacturer creating new products and sunsetting older versions.

A Day in the Life of a Field Service Technician

Field engineers have busy schedules - with unforeseen occurrences happening every day. In this article, we’ll get answers from our field engineer, Victor Hanson, on what he encounters on a given day, and how technology can play a role in keeping him on track from the first appointment of the day to the very last - ensuring clients are well taken care of.

Section 179: What You Need to Know

COVID forced many practices to put expenses like equipment or software upgrades on the back burner in order for items like protective gear and tools to ensure patient safety. However, there may be a solution that allows you to still obtain that new x-ray machine or dental software.

Five reasons dental practices should choose hardware rental

Dental practices, like any modern business, need computers. But at $900 per unit on average, personal computers are not a low-cost investment at all. When you consider the fact that you need several units for tasks like record-keeping and patient management, among others, you’d have to allocate several thousand dollars just to build a functional business IT system.

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