Most importantly you need to consider HIPAA compliance whichever way you go. You're dealing with patient's medical and personal data. You will need to be HIPAA compliant everywhere. Computer HDs and backups will need to be encrypted. Onsite backu
A lot of factors. How many computers. Network topology. What kind of data everybody is sharing. Unless it's a lot of workstations feeding off of a large database a server is probably overkill, especially if it's a startup, expenses matter. A server
Breaking News Tune to MSNBC Flight MH370 Found? Officials Investigating Plane Debris on Reunion Island Investigators are studying an airplane fragment discovered Wednesday on an island in the Indian Ocean, but they say it is too early to tell whet
We use Win7 and Win8 pro at work. I don't care for Win8 and have reservations about Win10. We won't upgrade for awhile until we know all the bugs for LabDAQ on it is resolved (if there's any...I don't know) OH...wait..you have the newest type of M
I just now updated to Windows 10 using the existing BootCamp drivers ... Everything on the MacPro seems fine so far *except* the video drivers don't work (and apparently the dual FirePro setup in the MacPro is so specialized that even AMD's own bran
So my new workplace is a small start up drug testing lab. We have our own workstations but no server and no backup on site. My boss wants to talk about this tomorrow. I want to pitch the idea of running a Mac Mini Server rather than a Windows box s
OMG- THAT was great !! LMAO !! BUT it does really show how talented they both are !! Thanks !! One thing that makes Fallon so successful (said this before) is he make all his guests look great !! WTF would NOT want to be on his show
I dunno,, but just recently a poll came out saying the majority 52%- hardly overwhelming- wanted Congress to trash the Iran deal… I KNOW it's all due to BAD PRESS by FOX… spewing out misinformation… BUT what's annoying and disappointing is the PUBLIC
Originally Posted By: RebootOriginally Posted By: NanaWant a live-in mistress & her bad ass cat? Sorry for the delay in getting back, but I'm really thinking about the offer. You just want a live in computer tech.
Main reason I had mine shaved. Next & last shave appt for the year in 2 weeks. I don't know which is worse...having to clean up that mess on hardware floors or rugs?????? Thought about purchasing some BOUNTY stock. SIDEBAR: Haven't used the
LOL.. I'll bet. I saw this on the net... thought it was interesting.. in a Hollywood sort of way. Is it just me or, after all these years, has Tom Cruise been reemerging into reality lately? Seems like the crazy has been losing its grip on him.
anyone co-habitating with a cat and hardwood or linoleum floors is familiar w/"Slip-Sliding Away" again, ..been there done that. The most cats I've lived with was a baker's dozen... ...but that was plenty! given multiple cats, a lon
I saw Tom was going to be on and tuned in... it was a great show....watched it again the next day and last night on You tube....happy to see it again here So hard to believe Tom is 53 years old.....still looks like a kid... real easy on the eye
Originally Posted By: musicalmarv7Thanks. Nothing wrong with that concept at all.I know plenty of men who do this while their wife works and takes care of the kids also. yeah.. ..but some men are a bit harder to house-break..
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