03 Mar 2019

Protect your phone number like you would your password – or maybe even better

It’s no secret the mobile phone has become a device we rely so heavily on in today’s world. Forget the password to your social media account? Receive a four-digit pin sent to your phone. The same goes for your banking account, your credit card login, your work network login, etc. Simply enter the digits sent to your mobile phone to recover access and you’re all set. So if it’s so critical and so...

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03 Mar 2019

Solving a common corporate conundrum: Making sense of all that data

Most companies today are collecting enormous amounts of data, and chances are they know that data contains crucial insights about everything from what customers want to purchase at 10 p.m. on Friday versus 7 a.m. on Wednesday to how they could run their businesses more efficiently any day of the week. What’s more, that data is all available in real time.

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02 Feb 2019

Security Threats and Your Business

Data is your business’ most critical asset. Keeping it secure and available are essential to keeping the business running. From Internal threats to external breaches, we encourage all companies to take a good look at their business and determine how secure their data really is.

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02 Feb 2019

Microsoft service helps healthcare organizations develop and deploy virtual health assistants

Every year, tens of millions of adults in the U.S. are asked to contact Quest Diagnostics for healthcare-related services that range from routine blood work to complex genetic and molecular testing. In today’s increasingly self-service healthcare industry, details such as where to go when and what to do beforehand are typically up to patients to figure out for themselves.

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01 Jan 2019

Major Microsoft Operating Systems Approach End-of-Life

On January 14th of 2020, Microsoft will end extended support for two of their cornerstone operating systems – Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008R2. 12 months may seem like a long time, but it’s really not when you think about the computing life cycle and all the tasks and requirements that will go into meeting this deadline. It’s important to start thinking about it and planning now, so you’re not...

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12 Dec 2018

Is New Technology on your Wish List this Holiday Season?

With December here and the year coming to an end, most of us find ourselves answering those family group chats asking what you want for the holidays. If you’re anything like me, obviously technology is on the holiday wish list, not only for my personal life, but even more so for my professional life. If we take a step back and look at the business and technology advances that impacted your...

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12 Dec 2018

Technology Holiday Gift Guide

It’s that time of the year again and before your local mall gets packed with holiday shoppers scrambling to buy gifts for loved ones, we at CHIPS always find it be a good idea to have your list of holiday gifts mapped out and ready to go. And when it comes to those technology gifts we have the hottest gifts that will surely bring a smile to any ones face!

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11 Nov 2018

Thankful for Technology on Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving is a holiday for spending time with family and friends, eating a ton of turkey and stuffing, and playing a “friendly” game of football outside. Technology may be the furthest thing from your mind on Thanksgiving, but believe it or not, you are relying on it, especially on this holiday. Before you dig into your thanksgiving meal with friends and family, let’s take a minute to...

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10 Oct 2018

Security Warnings and Vulnerabilities

An Article by, CHIPS Technology Group

Throughout the year, there has been an alarming amount of security vulnerabilities in the most common of applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and more. Just last week we reviewed Microsoft’s patch released to combat a cyber attack by a group that unleashed a virus that would infect the host and ultimately install malicious programs, view or...

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10 Oct 2018

Rise of the Bad Bots

An Article by, David Tan, CTO, CHIPS Technology Group

We are likely all familiar with the concept in computers of bots. A bot is essentially an automated program that runs with no user intervention and mimics the behavior of a human user. Many times a bot is used to automate simple processes a person would traditionally do. Like update spreadsheet with daily numbers or archive off old files....

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