Cloud computing myths

Breaking Down The Myths About The Cloud

Moving to the cloud has become a trend. More business owners are transferring their intellectual data from physical hard drives to a cloud storage platform, like Office 365. But there are many misconceptions still floating around the internet that has a few business owners holding back from migrating to the cloud. We touch on a few myths that small…

HelpDesk

TTIG’s HelpDesk

Our Helpdesk is a central piece of a larger IT Management structure for our clients. The IT Helpdesk delivers end-user solutions which are part of a cohesive support environment that is integrated into our Purchasing, Infrastructure Management, Best Practices and Knowledge Retention functions. The job of the Helpdesk is to ensure timely contact with client and…

Security Shield

TTIG vs. Computer Viruses

Over 16 million households across the United States are faced with serious computer viruses every 2 years. The accumulated costs associated with these viruses exceed $4.55 billion dollars in prevention and repair costs, so it is no wonder why people are eagerly searching for ways to recover from a computer virus. Completely eradicating malware and…

Printer is Hacked

Hackers Are Taking Over Printers, Too!

About 14,000 printers across the country were hacked and started spewing hideously racist, antisemitic fliers encouraging students to join a white supremacist organization on March 17th. It could have been easily avoided with exceptionally basic cyber security measures, but it wasn’t. Whether through ignorance or laziness, these 14,000 printers were left publicly accessible on the network, meaning anyone…

Blue Light Affects Sleep

Technology’s Blue Light Is Taking A Toll On Sleep

With the ever growing popularity of electronic devices,  Americans are facing more sleep disorder than ever. About 60 million Americans have problems sleeping, ranging from occasional sleep disruptions to full on diagnosed disorders. We are advised by experts to sleep 7 – 9 hours each night but with technology by our side, it is difficult. It is…

business technology

Helping Your Business Adapt To New Technology

Emerging technology and the latest innovations have the potential to be both a benefit and a hindrance. Businesses that find themselves struggling to incorporate new technologies into their workflow process and daily operations may be placing themselves at a serious disadvantage. Lacking the resources and mindset needed to ensure major changes are both smooth and…

cloud-services

TTIG’s Private Cloud

As the world of cloud storage grows, the Desktop as a Service (DaaS) grows right along with it. DaaS is a type of private cloud that allows companies to access the same back-end tools, software and data on a month to month subscription basis. It is customized for the company and private from other organizations.…

ComputerHacker

You May Be The Biggest Cyber Security Risk at Work

If you ask anyone what the most dangerous thing on the internet is, you may get one of a few different responses. Viruses, spyware, hackers, or malicious websites of sorts are all popular responses. While not wrong, it’s understated just how dangerous the person behind the keyboard really is. In the office, the weakest link…

tech predictions

Tech Trends in 2016

New Year means new innovations, new trends, new technology. The field of technology is rapidly emerging around the world, from wearable technology to robotics. This article will list a few of the latest tech trends that will continue revolutionizing in 2016: Virtual Reality Emerging from the depths of technology, Oculus, Sony and HTC are coming…

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Google Fiber Coming To L.A.

In the old days of Internet Service Providers (ISPs), companies would come to cities and take on a list of local government conditions before being allowed to set their business. Google Fiber is changing the norms. The newest entry into the world of ISPs is now asking cities to convince them to be the next…