Link High Technologies
Link High Technologies has been serving the Morris Plains area since 1992, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.
There is some fear in the implementation of new technology. Not really knowing what to expect and how it will resonate with your current systems and staff can be nerve-racking for even the most hardened entrepreneur. Today, there are a few technologies that have emerged and are on the cusp of being integrated into more… Continue reading A Brief Look at Emerging Technologies
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a great number of people working from home. While this is good for the public health, it may unfortunately lead your employees toward a laxer view of cybersecurity. Cybercriminals are sure to take advantage of this if you aren’t careful, so it is important to be particularly aware of… Continue reading Don’t Let Scammers Scare You with COVID-19
In the workplace, projects are used to push operations forward. This makes your ability to manage your business’ projects truly important as the global economy turns back on. To help, we’re sharing three tips that will help you most effectively do so. 1. Communicate, communicate, communicate. Even in the best of times, clear and comprehensive… Continue reading Tip of the Week: 3 Crucial Considerations when Managing Projects
It won’t be long before Microsoft retires two of its most popular operating systems – but hopefully, you already knew that. Microsoft has made a point of reminding Windows 7 users that they need to upgrade before January 14 – and yet, many users haven’t done so. By many, we mean about a quarter of… Continue reading Windows 7 Has Nearly Ticked Its Last Tock
Our latest addition to the Link High Team is John Reid – Inside Sales Representative. Our latest addition to the Link High Team is John Reid – Inside Sales Representative. He will be focusing on hardware/software renewals and will be calling our clients to invite them to company events and webinars. In his spare time,… Continue reading Employee Highlight: John Reid
With cyberthreats the way that they are, a lot of industry professionals go on and on about the importance of deploying technologies designed to reduce the potential threats that a business has to confront. This technology isn’t cheap and while they absolutely do help you protect your technology and data; today’s hackers know that. Unfortunately… Continue reading Is Your Business Being Attacked From the Inside?
Portable Document Format files (better known as PDFs) have become incredibly common as a means to save documents in a constant and consistent format that can be viewed on just about any device. They also allow users to make some simple changes to make it even easier to review the data they contain. Here, we’ll… Continue reading Tip of the Week: Working with PDF Files
With its all-purpose functionality really coming to the forefront in the office, your Internet browser is likely one of your most used computer programs. Considering that so much of your time is spent using the Internet, we thought it would make sense to share a few shortcuts to make it more efficient for you. If… Continue reading Tip of the Week: Keyboard Shortcuts for Convenient Browsing
When it comes to a business’ cybersecurity, there is no magic bullet to solve every problem. No miracle cure, no panacea, no Staples “that was easy” button. Instead, you need to deploy various means of protecting your operations. Let’s discuss how your business’ security needs to be shaped in three different environments: your physical infrastructure,… Continue reading Three Facets of Security to Focus On
Laptops have proven to be one of the more useful gadgets for businesses and business users. Not only do they hold their own in performance against a desktop, their portability is another consideration that cannot be ignored. However, this portability means that they are at least somewhat reliant on their battery, which begs the question:… Continue reading Tip of the Week: What Happens when a Laptop is Left Plugged In?