On Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016 the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce and the Red Cross of Southern Nevada presented "Focus Las Vegas: Open For Business," featuring live sessions on how to protect your business and employees from natural and man-made disasters.
On Wednesday, March 23rd, the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce and the Red Cross of Southern Nevada will present Focus Las Vegas: Open For Business, featuring live sessions on how to protect your business and employees from natural and man-made disasters. Presenters will include representatives from the American Red Cross and local authorities from the Fire Department, Southwest Gas, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, and the Las Vegas Valley Water District.
NetEffect & Fortinet: End to End Security; No Hype
NetEffect and Fortinet hosted a security event focused on end to end security yesterday at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The event was held in Fortinet's FortiExpress, a custom 18-wheeler with state-of-the-art Advanced Threat Detection showcase and security demo center.
The threats posed by cyber-attacks are not only growing, but the means and methods of these attacks are rapidly changing. View the Las Vegas Metro Chamber’s recorded webinar featuring NetEffect CEO Jeff Grace as he gives you tips and tools protect yourself from becoming a victim.
The reviews are in, and it seems Microsoft is making a comeback with Windows 10. The Windows 8 update had confused (and angered) users because it appeared to make it harder to use the operating system. This time, however, Microsoft got it right.
They’ve listened to their customers and developed an operating system to meet both user and developer needs.
September is Disaster Preparedness Month. NetEffect’s CEO is featured in this month’s Business Voice; read the full article and learn some simple yet critical steps you can take to protect your business in the event disaster strikes.
Two days ago (July 29, 2015) Microsoft began offering Windows 10 for free to all users with one of the following operating systems:
Windows 7 Home and Professional users running Service Pack 1
Windows 8 Home and Professional users running the Windows 8.1 update
The free upgrade is available for one year, and after that, you’ll have to pay for the upgrade.
For most people, information technology is shrouded in mystery. Its power to enhance our productivity is, sadly, sometimes overshadowed by fear and frustration that comes when technology fails to perform to our expectations.
While many people might want to yell at or do physical damage to their computer after a technology meltdown, these actions are unlikely to propel them over the technology speedbump.
We’re so happy that our CEO, Jeff Grace and NetEffect has been acknowledged on the Las Vegas local CBS website!
As the dog days of summer approach, the anticipation of the Windows 10 release, slated for July 29, grows. You’re probably asking yourself several questions:
What’s new in Windows 10 and is it better for your business?
Which Widows 10 editions does your business need?
When should your company upgrade?
You can find the answers here.