By: Tech Electronics
The Coronavirus health crisis has disrupted nearly every aspect of everyday life, and the way that we conduct business is no exception. Many cities and states have introduced stay-home orders, including all of the regions Tech Electronics serves. As a result, we’ve all had to confront some harsh realities about our preparedness for a remote workforce.
By: Adam Baer, Director of IT Services
A world where everything is connected is a world with endless possibilities, for better and for worse. Your network unlocks the potential of your business, helping it to function more efficiently. Unfortunately, it also opens you up to cybersecurity threats, which are constantly evolving and finding new ways to attack your business.
When it comes to buildings, green is the new black. Ecological responsibility is a hot-button issue, and measures promoting energy efficiency are becoming more and more common. In the United States, buildings account for 41% of total energy consumption, and nearly 40% of all CO2 output, making them key targets for improvement.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and while the month is more than half over, there’s still plenty of time to re-examine your digital profile and beef up your security. Cybersecurity threats are everywhere these days, but these few small changes can go a long way in keeping both your business and your private life safer online.
Tech Electronics, a St. Louis based Managed Systems Services Partner, was selected as the premier technology solutions provider for the new City Foundry STL. The first phase of the mixed-use development will include close to $1 million in communication and life safety technology.
By: Adam Baer
Wireless technologies are more reliable, secure and dependable than ever before, making it easier to work from anywhere on any device. With your mobile users itching to, ditch their desktops for Surface Pros, laptops and tablets, a wireless refresh is at the top of your business’s technology roadmap.
By: Nick Cable
With any computer connected to the Internet problems appear that make it nearly impossible to use your PC. These issues can range from failed Microsoft updates to malicious files hackers have embedded inside your applications. The solution used to be to reinstall the Operating System by hand, which tends to be a longer, more drawn out process than intended.
By: Adam Baer
Today, it is a rarity to make it through a news cycle without reading a headline about the latest cyber-attack. Stories on Viruses, Hackings, Ransomware and the Darkweb clutter our newsfeeds yet many people, especially small business owners, still have the – it can’t happen to me mentality. Well, I am here to tell you it can and the threats are real. I understand this can be overwhelming for those business owners who don’t have an Information Security Officer (CISO) or even a full-time IT staff but don’t worry; I have a few helpful tips that can protect your data.
It’s a new world for long-term care providers, and the competition is fierce. As digitally connected children search for homes for their aging baby boomer parents, a technically inclined generation themselves, LTC decision makers have found themselves actively engaged in an amenities war. One amenity game-changer is facility-wide quality, wireless coverage – from dining rooms to individual apartments.