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Software Licensing – If You Can’t Prove It, You Don’t Own It – Part 1 – The Basics

Do you ever have lingering suspicions that your software may not be licensed correctly? Do you know what CALs are and do you have the right ones to go with your server? Have you licensed all the processors in your server? Did you know that you can be audited to verify the software you have is authorized appropriately, and fined if it isn’t? In this multi-part post we’ll tackle all of this. Read on for more.

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Virtual What?

You might have heard about something in IT called virtualization. You might have even been told about how it is the greatest thing since sliced bread and it will change the way EVERYTHING is done on computers. We’re going to take some time here to talk about virtualization, where it came from, where it is going, and how it is likely to impact you as a consumer or business owner.

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Back It Up!  Back It Up!

In this post we examine backing up your data, the whys and wherefores. This is the fifth of a five part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss, all without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” seminar for businesses. The presentation also has 1 hour of CLE credit from the Alabama Bar Association. Contact us to schedule a presentation or to find out when one is being offered.

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Encryption – Not Just For Big Business

This is the fourth in a five part series examining simple ways to protect your data from data breach and data loss, all without costing an arm and a leg. These posts come from material that we present in our “Protecting Your Data” seminar for businesses. The presentation also has 1 hour of CLE credit from the Alabama Bar Association. Contact us to schedule a presentation or to find out when one is being offered.

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