Why you should lease your IT equipment

If you’re planning to start a dental office, or if your dental practice is starting to grow, you will need to decide whether to purchase new IT equipment or lease them from a managed IT services provider (MSP). If buying or adding new equipment and software will adversely affect your clinic’s cash flow, you should consider leasing instead.

How the Windows 10 20H1 update benefits SMBs

If your small- to medium-sized business (SMB) is using Windows 10 operating system (OS), you'll be excited to know that Microsoft is currently working on its new update, which is scheduled to be released around May 2020. Dubbed 20H1 (Vibranium), it's going to be the first of two major updates slated for 2020, and it comes with a collection of improvements that can have a positive impact on your practice.

Dental technology trends to watch out for in 2020

With 2020 fast approaching, new dental technologies will likely emerge and provide your dental office with new and innovative ways that improve business processes, optimize patient experience, and find more efficient ways to acquire new patients. Below are some of the top dental technology trends you should watch out for in 2020.

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The biggest cybersecurity issues of 2019

2019 showed that businesses of all sizes are not immune to cyberattacks. Hackers have developed new malware and techniques to infiltrate and steal corporate data hosted on traditional IT infrastructure, the cloud, mobile devices, and email platforms.

Why dental practices need disaster recovery

Did you know that dental healthcare providers are vulnerable to disruption and downtime? Dental offices house a huge amount of sensitive data such as patient files, bank account information, and credit card numbers, all of which can be lost during a cyberattack or a natural disaster.

How to make your dental staff and office more productive

Are things moving slowly in your dental office? Are you getting negative feedback from your patients? If so, it's time to re-evaluate your current processes to see how you can make your dental practice more productive. Enhanced workflow management, efficiency, and customer satisfaction are some of the factors you need to focus on to get your dental office moving like a well-oiled machine.

5 Things you need to do when backing up data in your dental practice

The healthcare sector remains one of the most vulnerable industries to data breaches. Even accidental data loss that does not involve a deliberate attack can have lasting consequences on your organization’s reputation and get you a fine for failing to comply with HIPAA regulations.

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.

5 Reasons dental practices need VoIP phone systems

Conventional telephones are an important tool in many dental practices, but they are no longer the most cost-effective phone solution in the market. Among the most popular options today are Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems, which can do everything a telephone can — and so much more.

Improving patient experience through technology

Dental practices can benefit from your patients’ positive experience. Ensuring that your patients only have praises for your clinic will boost your practice’s reputation, thereby attracting more customers and, consequently, increasing your revenue. Additionally, positive experiences help cement your patients’ loyalty to you.

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