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3 Considerations to Improve Your Business’ IT Processes

Posted September 3rd, 2019 in Managed IT | No Comments »

Even if your business isn’t specifically a tech or IT firm, you will still need to have a computer network and efficient IT processes in place. In today’s modern age, the majority of companies will benefit from being digitized and having IT processes that will greatly enhance their operations and ensure that they are running […]

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How Cloud Computing Can Help Your Dallas Business - Mentis Group - IT Company - IT Services

How Cloud Computing Can Help Your Dallas Business

Posted September 3rd, 2019 in Cloud Computing | No Comments »

One of the greatest technological developments in recent years is cloud computing. Businesses worldwide have been enjoying the benefits cloud computing brings. Let’s talk about what cloud computing is and we believe it can be beneficial to your business in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex. Simply put, cloud computing is the practice of using […]

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How Your Employees Put You At Risk for Cyber Attacks

Posted June 19th, 2019 in Cyber Attack | No Comments »

The cost of cyber attacks is huge. By 2021, this type of attack will have cost the world about $6 trillion, and businesses make up the bulk of the victims. In fact, 58% of the victims are small businesses. So no matter how many people you employ, know that your business will always be an […]

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Windows 7 Support Ending Soon

Windows 7 Support is Ending Soon

Posted May 21st, 2019 in Important Updates | No Comments »

January 14th, 2020 is the day that Microsoft no longer supports Windows 7. The operating system will be over ten years old at that point and still has a 39 percent market share, according to Netmarketshare. It remains as popular as Windows 10, which results in many organizations facing a massive amount of devices that […]

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