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Archive for October 24, 2013

What Do You Have Set Up for Office Phones?

Written by admin. Posted in Iphone encryption, Mobile security, Mobile workforce

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Have you ever heard of mobile device management? Let us take a step back a moment. What type of phone situation do you have going on for your employees at work? If the company is small enough, or does not rely heavily on phones to do its business, then you may not need to establish anything for a phone plan.

But, if your employees use their cell phones heavily for job related purposes, then you will most certainly want to establish some sort of plan or agreement with everyone. This helps to keep company data safe, and helps to set strict rules and boundaries for those using the phones.

  • Bring Your Device
  • One option for mobile device management is known as BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. This option is when you allow your employees to use their own devices for work. It

Repairing a Heat Pump vs Replacing It and Other Key HVAC Decisions

Written by admin. Posted in Ac installation service, Heating and air repair, Repair air conditioning

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The very first air conditioner was designed in 1902 by Willis Carrier, an engineer operating out of Buffalo, New York. In the hundred-plus years since then, air conditioning has become an essential part of both homes and businesses in order to keep residents and workers (and important equipment and appliances) cool and comfortable. Air conditioning, ventilation and heating services are typically all rolled into one using HVAC systems that handle all the temperature regulation needs both homes and offices require.

It is important for you to keep an eye on your HVAC systems and schedule regular cleanings every two or three months. HVAC repairs can help to eliminate the dirt and dust that can clog up your filters, making your heating and air systems work extra hard to function correctly. Got allergies? Fight yo