TECH-SPERT TUESDAY: Are you Managing IT, or is IT Managing You?

TECH-SPERT TUESDAY: Are you Managing IT, or is IT Managing You?

Technology is an amazing thing, when it works as intended. I think we all can agree on the fact that when it doesn’t work as intended, it can leave us cursing the very thing we normally praise. It can launch us into unparalleled productivity or it can set us back, it can exponentially increase our income or it can end up costing us a serious amount.

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TECH-SPERT TUESDAY: Information Technology 101

TECH-SPERT TUESDAY: Information Technology 101

Welcome to the very first post in our new TECH-SPERT TUESDAYS blog series. It’s back to school season, so we thought it’d be the perfect time for a little course in IT 101. At SON Technology we take the time to form genuine relationships, and want to help our clients develop a better understanding of the ever-elusive world of information technology.
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Taking Precautions against Ransomware

Taking Precautions against Ransomware

The WannaCry Attack

By now you’ve probably heard all about the recent WannaCry cyberattack that infected an estimated 200,000 computers globally, including systems at hospitals, universities, and government offices.  Hackers unleashed a virus based on software stolen from the United States National Security Agency to attack Microsoft Windows and take control of computer systems around the world. Read More »

Improving Government with Technology

Improving Government with Technology

While U.S businesses have long recognized the benefits technology and data bring to their operations, their customers, and their bottom lines, our federal, state and local governments have been slow to embrace the technological advances that could make government more efficient and more effective.  Hopefully, that’s about to change. Read More »

How Good Is Your IT Disaster Recovery Plan?

How Good Is Your IT Disaster Recovery Plan?

If you’re like most people, you’d rather not think about the possibility of a natural disaster, hacking, or other type of attack affecting your business. However, common sense and experience tell us that it’s in your best interest to not only think about the possibility, but to plan for it. Read More »