LiveIT Consulting and Ingram Micro SMB 500– Ashley Downs
LiveIT Consulting Group today announced it has been named to the Ingram Micro 2013 SMB 500. The list was revealed at Ingram Micro’s 2013 Fall SMB Invitational and celebrates the top 500 fastest-growing Ingram Micro U.S. channel partners focused on small and midsize businesses (SMBs). Ranked at number 27, LiveIT Consulting Group grew its business with Ingram Micro Inc., the world’s largest technology distributor, by more than 696% percent.
LiveIT Consulting Group and VMware Feature New Availability and Performance Capabilities– Richard Ramsey
VMware, a leading virtualized infrastructure solutions provider, and LiveIT Consulting Group, a leading IT infrastructure VAR, are working together in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to provide customers with the building blocks to develop a software-defined data center architecture.
LiveIT Consulting Group and NetApp Offer Alternatives to Traditional Storage.– Cynthia Davis
NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) a leading provider of network storage solutions and LiveIT Consulting Group, a leading IT infrastructure VAR, are working together in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to enable delivery of tiered storage solutions that leverage storage assets across an organizations global infrastructure.
Professionals Take Risks with Your Personal Data– by Jeff Snedeker
Don’t risk being non-compliant with regulations for your industry by transporting a hard drive or tapes in your car to store in a closet at home! Can you imagine if your doctor did that? What about your Dentist, or Attorney, or that guy that does your taxes? This obviously poses some security risk to theft. And how often do they test their backup data?
Why take the risk, when LiveIT offers an extremely secure online data backup solution?
Lost in Break-In– EMR & EHR Forum, by Priya Ramachandran
By now, we’ve all probably already shaken our collective heads over the Tricare data breach involving data for 4.9 million military patients. Scientific Applications International Corp. (SAIC), one of Pentagon’s principal contractors, was the outfit that was responsible for the data loss, which was stolen from a break-in into a SAIC employee’s car. The data was contained in backup tapes, and contained information such as SSN, addresses and phone numbers of patients, and personal health data.