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Don't Blame Sandy, Survive it!

Business continuity planning can help your business operate in the wake of a disaster.

 Mobile Devices and BYOD

Mobile devices have become a common and essential tool in the business world. According to PwC’s 2013 Global State of Information Security survey, less than half of the 9,300 C-suite executives surveyed have a security strategy to address personal devices in the workplace, despite the fact that 88 percent of employees use a mobile device for both personal and work purposes. This webinar discusses the evolution of mobile devices as well as discuss the many benefits and pitfalls of these powerful tools. Also covered is the “consumerization of IT” and BYOD – Bring Your Own Device.

The ABCs of Cloud Computing: Is it Right for You and Your Business.

Cloud computing has become one of the most talked about IT paradigms of recent years. For nearly everyone who uses technology today, it is not a question of whether or not you will use cloud computing as it is when and for how much.

Click here to view a webinar Jefric Consulting recently gave for the NJSCPA.

Continuity or Catastrophe: Planning for the worst and expecting the best.

"Business continuance (sometimes referred to as business continuity) describes the process and procedures an organization puts in place to ensure that essential functions can continue during and after a disaster. Business continuance planning seeks to prevent interruption of mission-critical services, and to reestablish full functioning as swiftly and smoothly as possible." (Source:

This may sound simple but poor planning can lead a business straight to failure.

Looking to be productive anywhere? Free WiFi can help!

Free Internet WiFi is popping up everywhere.  Companies (like Panera  Bread, Barnes & Noble, Starbucks and McDonalds) with multiple locations offer Free WiFi.  Add to that local libraries, airports, hotels, stores and other public services and parks, it is becoming easier to stay connected when you are on the road. 

The ABC's of Malware

Malware (or MALicious softWARE) is defined as "software designed to infiltrate a computer system without the owner's informed consent". If you are looking to protect your computer system(s) from the various threats that can present themselves, you may want to first have a better understanding of what you are dealing with.

What is a Small Business IT Consultant?

Help your business become more productive, efficient and successful with the help of a Small Business IT Consultant.  You don't know what a Small Business IT Consultant is or does?  Learn more from this whitepaper.

What should you be looking for in Small Business Technology?

Technology is playing an increasingly important role in today's business world. Fewer and fewer people are using paper directories and instead using online search engines. E-mail is quickly becoming the preferred method of communication, and digital records are becoming the preferred alternative to walls lined with office file cabinets. While most people create a business plan, which includes a marketing plan, advertising plan, etc with a budget for each, many forget to include technology. It is essential for you to create and execute a complete and well thought out technology plan to help your business be successful.  But what should be in this plan?

Are you thinking about a Server for your Small Business?

If you are like many small businesses with 5-25 employees and/or more than 3 computers, you quickly realize that it is essential to have a server to host and manage many of the critical business functions that you depend on daily. This vital piece of office technology is responsible for a wealth of important computing tasks.  Read more here

What Value Do You Place on Technology?

Technology is everywhere in the business world today and it is only going to increase. The average office technology toolkit contains, at a minimum one or more computers, a fax machine, copier, mobile phone, PDA or other type of Smartphone and more. Everywhere you look, coffee shops, trains, libraries, etc. you see people feverishly two finger typing into a portable device. Could you imagine running a small business without these basic tools? Could your business survive without them?  Read more here.


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Jefric Consulting is a Microsoft Registered Partner, a Microsoft Certified Professional, a Microsoft Small Business Specialist and a Microsoft Cloud Essentials Partner.


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