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Podcast: Transitioning remote workers back to the office

When the Stay-at-Home orders started happening, the RESULTS team scrambled to help its 1200 computer users setup secure, compliant remote connections across the country.

Now that some of the Stay-at-Home orders are starting to be lifted, RESULTS talks about what every business should do when transitioning back to the office and how to prepare your company for the next work-from-home situation.

Buying antivirus software? Consider the following points

You probably didn’t need to worry about antivirus protection before. At the office, the IT department handled it. At home, your personal setup may not contain enough valuable information to warrant industry-strength protection. But because of the global pandemic forcing most of us to stay indoors, your home is now your office, too.

DCI Acquires Vetter from AFT Analytics

HUTCHINSON, KAN., April 14, 2020 – Data Center Inc. (DCI), the privately-owned developer of the iCore360® bank management software and related technologies for community financial institutions, announced today their acquisition of the Vetter technology suite, a product offering of AFT Analytics Inc.

RESULTS Technology joins IT industry stimulus pledge to protect jobs and support the economy

Encourages other computer support companies in Kansas City to join the movement

RESULTS Technology has joined with IT service providers across America to commit to strong economy and job protection values when using stimulus funds. The MSP Stimulus Pledge (www.

Preparing your Office suite for changes brought by COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to be creative with collaboration and productivity — and made work from home (WFH) setups through Microsoft applications more prominent. Just make sure your data is safe in your employees’ hands by following these tips.

Is your internet bandwidth enough for remote work?

How’s your internet connection these days? Internet usage has skyrocketed and if you’re one of the millions of people who are working remotely, you may have noticed some problems. Do you have enough bandwidth to handle work-related processes? If your company doesn’t have IT support, you may have to figure this out on your own.