10 Small Business Network Security Tips
1. Don’t leave IT to an employee who isn’t a tech professional. In many small businesses, tech troubleshooting and user support falls to whoever knows something about computers. But if that person was hired to do something else — like accounting or sales — the time they spend on [...]
Join us for lunch on April 22nd for a business presentation of Microsoft Windows 7. There is no charge for this event, lunch will be provided by Tri Valley Personal Chefs and you will absolutely satisfy your appetite with a scrumptious meal.
Lanlogic and the Livermore Chamber are hosting a Windows 7 seminar in the [...]
Lanlogic has a wide variety of clients in different industries all looking for different IT services, support, solutions, and consulting. From time to time, we will highlight the success of one of our clients to demonstrate our support and appreciation for their trust in our partnership.
Today, we’ll introduce you to Purfresh, a [...]
This is a great story about how easy it is for companies to lose sight of what’s important: a relationship based on trust.
Even if you make the best widget in the world or offer the most unique service experience, there will always come a time when something will go wrong. How you [...]
Less than 90 days left for healthy companies to invest in their future with purchases or leases
One year into the worst economic crisis in decades, Lanlogic clients are succeeding and growing.
This past year has been one of the most challenging times for many businesses, across all industries. Some firms have gone through layoffs; others have even closed down altogether. However, there are always [...]
Usually, Lanlogic can answer all your questions regarding IT consulting. For all those times we can’t, we have access to some of the best minds available. This article was written by Dana Shultz, a high-touch attorney for High-Tech clients.
Andre (not his real name) was employed by a client (“Client”). A technical wizard, Andre set [...]
There was a man who lived by the side of the road and sold hot dogs. He was hard of hearing, so he had no radio. He had trouble with his eyes, so he read no newspapers. But he sold good hot dogs. He put up signs on the highway telling how good they were. [...]