IT Infrastructure and Managed Services for Healthcare

Introduction Central Ohio Urology Group (COUG) is the largest urology group in Ohio, primarily serving Franklin County and outlying counties including Fayette, Licking, Delaware and Marion. Services include prostate and other urological cancers, female urological conditions, pediatric urology, vasectomies, kidney stones, erectile dysfunction, among many other conditions. The group also offers advanced procedures including robotic […]

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Improved Communication and Efficiency through Integrated CRM and IT Infrastructure

Introduction The 27 members of the Columbus Radiology practice, working in multiple locations, communicated to 2,000 physicians and hospitals independently, with no organizational brand. After implementing Windows Small Business Server and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the radiologists – in all their locations – gained unified, easy, quick access to all internal and external communications, a consistent […]

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Save More than 50 Percent in IT Costs with Virtualization

Introduction Sutphen Corporation, headquartered in metropolitan Columbus, Ohio, has been a leading manufacturer of fire trucks and fire-fighting apparatus since 1890. A family-owned business, the company builds top-of-the-line aerial platforms, as well as extruded aluminum pumpers, ladders and walk-around rescue vehicles. Today the company runs four factories in Ohio and one in New York, primarily […]

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Reliable IT Infrastructure and Cost Savings

Introduction Kenda USA is a leading North American distributor of tire and tube products for bicycles, motorcycles, golf carts, lawn mowers, industrial vehicles, trailers and automobile. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Kenda Rubber in Taiwan, one of the world’s largest tire and tube producers, the Reynoldsburg, Ohio, company operates seven offices and warehouses in the U.S. […]

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Tips for Patching Your VMware Environment for ShellShock

In September 2014, a vulnerability was discovered in the Bash shell (used in many Unix-based systems). This vulnerability revolves around remote code execution made possible by using specially crafted environment variables. If your environment is already running ESXi, you can breathe a little easier as ESXi uses a different shell and is not affected. However, […]

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HeartBleed Bug – Update Available for VMWare Software

Earlier this year, a vulnerability was discovered in a version of the cryptographic library called OpenSSL. This library is used by server platforms to encrypt information between the server and clients who use it. The vulnerability is referred to as the HeartBleed Bug. In the case of VMware, OpenSSL is used to protect communication between […]

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