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IT Security Tips for Life Science Companies

Last year, US Congressman Mike Rogers, Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence made the following assertion: “There are two types of companies in this country, those who know they’ve been hacked, and those who don’t know they’ve … Continue reading

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Is Your Network Really Secure?

Last year, US Congressman Mike Rogers, Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence made the following assertion: “There are two types of companies in this country, those who know they’ve been hacked, and those who don’t know they’ve … Continue reading

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Have You Been the Victim of Finger Pointing?

No one likes to be blamed for something they did not do. However, IT people, software companies and ISPs seem to have raised it to an art form. They point fingers at each other and business people are stuck in … Continue reading

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Largest San Diego Union Chooses Skyriver IT for Managed IT Services

Skyriver IT is proud to announce that SEIU 221, the largest union in San Diego, has chosen Skyriver IT for Managed IT Services. Part of the Service Employees International Union, SEIU Local 221 represents San Diego County employees, employees in … Continue reading

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Calculating The Real Cost of Custom-Built Software

As a life sciences company, you may be using or have considered custom-built software. While most business people get an accurate estimate of the initial cost of getting the software built (although that can balloon as well), two large post-build … Continue reading

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An Important Business Lesson from the Super Bowl Power Outage

Many people talked about the power outage at the Super Bowl and how embarrassing it was  that this happened to the biggest sporting event of the year. However, what many people are missing is that the power was only out … Continue reading

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Why Implementations of New Systems Frequently Fail

Far too often, companies buy new systems or software packages and they do not get much value out of it. I have seen it in my operations role in the past, as well as with a number of clients. The … Continue reading

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