In the wake of a rash of news stories around kids in Wisconsin having "sex parties" published to Facebook and the Slenderman stabbings, I think it's very important to take a moment and discuss keeping your home network safe. I spend my day job […]
Information Technology Professionals
As legal professionals, you have better things to do than worry about the ins and outs of information technology. No one has more expertise in technology consulting than Information Technology Professionals, as 8 of Wisconsin’s largest law firms […]
Solving EdTech Challenges in Wisconsin Education
Strategic leadership, talent acquisition and training top the list of IT concerns for education in 2015. These findings are generated from a yearly survey by EDUCAUSE - a technology association that […]
If you’ve followed the news behind Sony, JP Morgan and other highly publicized breaches, you’ll notice that this latest Anthem breach follows a very familiar trend. Corporate IT systems are fighting a losing battle against today’s hackers.
The Personal and Business Risks of Free Wi-fi
As we all become more reliant on technology to get things done, many of us often assume free and secure will be available to us when and where we need it. As IT Professionals, we would caution against […]
Due to newer and more memory-intensive software that comes along with advancements in technology, the average computer lifespan has decreased to approximately 2 years. Fortunately, there's proactive measures that you can take to extend the lifespan […]
Microsoft Outlook For iOS and Android App Released With a Flurry of Security Concerns
The exciting news is that Microsoft is trying to better your user experience (UX) on mobile devices. Microsoft acquired Acompli (who created the app) -- which is […]
Hey there again, it's Paul Hager from IT Professionals. Before I teach you a couple more IT acronyms, let's go through a few true stories from companies we have met over the years here at ITP. To protect those involved, the names of each company […]
Inclement weather cannot only cripple public transit and school districts, but it can also shut down businesses. According to estimates from research firm Planalytics, businesses saw weather-related losses totaling $15 billion just in 2014 alone.