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  • Are you protecting your customer data?

    Once upon a time, the only person worrying about securing customer data might have been the grizzled IT veteran in the company’s basement cubicle. Customers seldom thought twice about how their data was protected, and many businesses didn’t either. Security was simply not high priority, and for most people, not a problem [1, 2].
  • Tech trends business can't ignore

    For small businesses across the country, it’s easy to maintain the status quo. After all, change, particularly when related to technology, can be costly to incorporate and uncomfortable to implement. Yet, if small businesses are to compete and grow in an ever-evolving marketplace, leaders must keep their eyes and minds open to technology’s possibilities.
  • The April Newsletter is in!

    The MITC Newsletter for April is here! In case you missed it, you can join our mailing list or read the newsletter articles online!
  • FFIEC Issues Statement on End of Microsoft Support for Windows XP

    The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council agencies have issued the following statement for financial institutions about the end of support for Windows XP and regulatory guidance for addressing the risk from its continued use.
  • Windows XP: Time is running out, are you ready?

    One of the most popular and longest lived Microsoft operating systems that we all know and love, Windows XP, has almost run its course. The clock is ticking... And on April 8, 2014, Windows XP will officially be “dead”, with no more extended support, and—more importantly—no more security patches. Hopefully, this news does not come as a surprise, as Microsoft has foretold the fate of XP since its release back in 2001.
  • Choosing between Windows 7 or 8.1

    Like the crack of the bat and the season’s first daffodils, April 8th—the day on which Microsoft® officially stops supporting its third-generation technology Windows XP operating system—will also be here before you know it.
  • The February Newsletter is in!

    The MITC Newsletter for February is here! In case you missed it, you can join our mailing list or read the newsletter articles online!
  • Microsoft releases new Remote Desktop App for Mac, iOS and Android

    Microsoft has had a Remote Desktop Client application for Mac for a quite a while, but just this week they released a new free app named Microsoft Remote Desktop for iOS, Android, and Mac. The new application fills a need left by iTap Mobile when they announced that they will no longer be developing their line of remote desktops apps effective October 8.
  • MITC Spotlight

    Matson & Isom Technology Consulting would like to shift the spotlight to the winners of the MITC Peer Recognition Awards of 2013: Joel Biddle, Cesar Reyes, Kimberly Nguyen, Jennifer Cohea, David Jensen, and Chris Harp (not pictured). Congratulations!
  • You are not a User

    I'm going to let you in on an industry secret: technology objectifies you. Every day, in every Getting Started Guide, How-to article, Google search, and industry certification exam, you are distilled to the very essence of your basic interaction with technology. You are defined, quite simply, as a User. As if your use of technology is all that matters. As if when the using is done, so are you. As if technology were a drug, and you its addict.