Affordable, Managed Antivirus

Systech managed antivirus keeps your data secure by delivering comprehensive, managed malware protection you need that never slows down. Our solution is fast, with a low CPU and memory footprint keeping your systems productive and performing at their best. Pricing starts at $3 per machine and includes:

Office 365 Unlimited Cloud Backup & Support

Systech is launching our new Office 365 backup and support addon for $10.95/user/month with no hidden costs. This offer includes unlimited data backup at simple as well as our Cloud Helpdesk services – the most efficient way to deliver support to your Office 365 users.

How the Browning Law Group helps safeguard client trust with Office 365

Today????????s post was written by John Browning, president of the Browning Law Group, APC.

I started my own law practice in 1999 because I wanted to help people negotiate their legal issues and because I wanted to become an entrepreneur. I????????ve made a pretty good career out of solving the problems that businesses face every day and now the Browning Law Group represents scores of businesses throughout Orange County, California.

Service Plans That Fit Any Size Business

Our new, affordable managed services plans mean that you can start focusing on what you do best – your business. Our plans have been redesigned to offer flexibility so that you don’t end up paying for things you don’t need. Take the work out of managing your network and get proactive with our new ProActiveCare plans.

Invoice Overhaul

We have been hard at work creating a custom written invoice based on feedback from our customers. Today, we are happy to announce that we will be going live with the new custom written invoice after the next billing cycle. This should make it easier to understand and allow for our services to be more transparent for our valued clients. Check out the exclusive preview below and let us know what you think!!

Outlook for iOS, Android gets 3 useful calendar features for productivity

Microsoft has come out with a new version of its outlook email app for iOS and Android with 3 useful new features. It now supports integration with Facebook, Evernote and Wunderlist calendars. Just sync either one of those 3 accounts to the Microsoft outlook app to view tasks and events right from your outlook calendar. Go to the apps calendar, swipe left then click the +add button and enter your Facebook, Evernote, or Wunderlist account information to sync. A lot of people use Facebook these days to track friend????????s birthdays and join special events like concerts, parties, and upcoming conventions or festivals in their town. Wunderlist and Evernote are used as work productivity apps for tracking and creating tasks, lists and ideas. With this integration you can view all of your events in one central location. Microsoft now owns the Wunderlist app so integrating it into Outlook only makes sense. These 3 apps alone have a user base in the hundreds of millions so adding support into the Outlook is a great way to bring those users over. Outlook itself is a very useful email application used by thousands of business across the globe. Now it has the potential to expand its user base beyond businesses. Microsoft promises to add support for more productivity apps in the future.

Microsoft Is Acquiring LinkedIn

According to a recent article by Microsoft, “Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) and LinkedIn Corporation (NYSE: LNKD) on Monday announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Microsoft will acquire LinkedIn for $196 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at $26.2 billion, inclusive of LinkedIn????????s net cash. LinkedIn will retain its distinct brand, culture and independence. Jeff Weiner will remain CEO of LinkedIn, reporting to Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft. Reid Hoffman, chairman of the board, co-founder and controlling shareholder of LinkedIn, and Weiner both fully support this transaction. The transaction is expected to close this calendar year.”

WiFi Alliance Announces New WiFi Standard

HaLow is the new WiFi Standard

At the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2016) the WiFi Alliance has announced the release of a new WiFi standard. This will offer double the coverage of existing WiFi technology while using less power. The new band known as HaLow (pronounced “Halo”) will use 802.11 ah – a 900MHz frequency. This is a much lower frequency than the existing 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. While coverage will be greater, data speeds will not be. Since the frequency of the broadcast is so low, speeds will decrease the farther you are from the transmitter. Luckily enough, the new Halow WiFi standard will also utilize 2.4 and 5 GHz bands so 802.11ah devices will be interoperable with current WiFi equipment.

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