The Difference between Backup, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

If you think "data backup" is synonymous with "disaster recovery" and aren't sure what "business continuity" means, you're not alone. Most of the business owners we talk to make the mistake of not knowing the difference and end up paying the price when data is lost, a network goes down or a disaster prevents them from accessing their physical office and the server inside.

Micro Doctor To Attend Annual HTG Summit 2011 in Dallas as HTG PeerGroup Member

Your Ohio IT Support team at Micro Doctor is handed an opportunity of a lifetime and invited to attend the HTG 2011 Summit to be held May 2 to 5 in Dallas, Texas.

The HTG 2011 Summit is a unique get-together for like-minded Global HTG Members who are part of an élite group of high-caliber SMB-focused Value Added Resellers (VARs) and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to get together in Dallas, TX on May 2-5, 2011 at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Las Colinas for their annual summit.

IPhone 3GS personal Hotspot and IPAD

Last night Apple released its new IOS 4.3 which includes several enhancements including Wireless Hotspot. Until now you could not surf the Internet on you IPAD using your IPhone for data. With IOS 4.3 and IPhone 3gs you can pair using Bluetooth with Wireless Hotspot turned on and Surf! Of course if you have the IPhone 4 your can attach using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth or USB so that has one advantage over the Iphone 3gs.

Weekly Hot Deals "A Micro Doctor Company"


This Week's Hot Deals

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

HP Color Ink-jet printer  

Your Price: $80.15

With fast laser quality print speeds and "intelligent networking" features, this series is built to efficiently handle the needs of your workgroup - making your users more productive.

Hot Deals of the Week "A Micro Doctor Company"


This Week's Hot Deals

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Acer 24" Full HD LCD Monitor  

Your Price: $253.02

The Acer H243Hbmid 24-inch display delivers stunning performance for multimedia entertainment, gaming, and business applications.

Email of Unencrypted Patient Information to Home Computer Considered HIPAA Patient Privacy Breach

Written on January 6, 2011 by Morris Stemp in Healthcare

There have been so many new rules and regulations affecting the practice of medicine that it is hard to keep up on how they affect the day to day practice of caring for patients. One of the most important are the new HIPAA privacy and security rules related to protected health information (PHI) and the required public notifications and announcements which must be issues in the event of a breach of this privacy.