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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Supports the Needs of Your Business Now and Into the Future Post by: Pat Lacouture November 25, 2013 | 1:41 PM

The success of your business doesn’t just depend on what you do today, but what you do in the future.  And as your business goes through change you don’t want your systems holding you back.  Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a solution that supports and drives your business goals and overall growth. It easily accommodates new processes and additional lines of business, and it scales to meet higher demands, without losing performance or incurring major increases to your original technology investment.

From Finance to Sales and Marketing to Manufacturing and Warehouse Management, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is an all-encompassing software that addresses all operational aspects of your business. And, if your business needs evolve, NAV will adapt to changing requirements.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Adapts to Changing Requirements

Does your business plan include starting up or acquiring new operations? You’ll want an ERP solution that can be quickly and easily extended to include them so that you maintain a holistic view of your business as it grows. Microsoft Dynamics NAV can help you manage operations across multiple companies and...

It's Time to "Step IT Up" when it Comes to Business and Data Security Post by: Lynne Rooney November 22, 2013 | 3:12 PM

A leaked FBI document cites that inadequate security practices are still widespread in both private and public sectors.  According to publication CRN, there have been attacks at various government agencies that stem from public sector hacks such as the one at Adobe earlier this year.   

According to the FBI report, it is abundantly celar that software vendors, goverment agencies and private companies need to step up their game.

For more information on the FBI report, go to Hacktivists Infiltrating U.S. Government Systems

By: Lynne Rooney

Mobile Security: Wi-Fi Hotspots Post by: Deb Sasso November 4, 2013 | 12:30 PM

With a tablet or phone it can be easy and tempting to check in with the office, write a few emails or even do some personal banking on the go. This usually means connecting to the Internet, and because so many mobile plans limit the amount of data you can use, you will likely use Wi-Fi.

The thing is, many of these Wi-Fi hotspots found in airports, Starbucks, etc. are open. This means that anyone with the tools and knowledge could gain access to devices connected to this network. Connecting to a public Wi-Fi network or hotspot could put your data and device at risk.

You should take steps to limit that amount of important business oriented tasks you do while connected to these networks. At the very least, you should not allow your device to connect automatically to open or unsecured Wi-Fi networks. By physically signing into networks or choosing what networks you connect to, you can somewhat control or limit security issues that stem from Wi-Fi connections.

By: Debbie Sasso