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October 26, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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IT Nation 2017 – THE AFTER PARTY

Are you headed to IT NATION 2017? If you are, we have a treat for you! On November 8th, beginning at 9pm, we are co-hosting the only IT Nation after party that matters at the Blue Martini Lounge and YOU ARE INVITED! OnPage and our partners have rented out the Blue Martini Lounge which is … Continued

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October 26, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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Disaster Recovery Planning for MSPs

In the past few months, the southern United States has experienced significant damage from the ravages of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. These natural disasters are freakish and unexpected but unfortunately they are not uncommon. Even at a lesser degree of intensity such as a tropical storm, the results can take the form of significant damages … Continued

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October 25, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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5 Steps to better after-hours MSP support

The habits of highly effective MSP At OnPage, we spend a lot of time speaking to MSPs, providing MSP support and learning about the growth of IT services. There is an increasing realization by businesses that having the right firewall, endpoint security and monitoring tool is not a job that small businesses can or should attempt … Continued

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October 25, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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How to enhance monitoring tools through critical alerting

  IT professionals rely on monitoring tools to let them know about events such as serious outages, downed servers or viruses. Monitoring tools are designed to send emails through standard protocols when any of these serious events occur in the infrastructure. However, when you can learn about incidents through monitoring tools, there is very little … Continued

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October 18, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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Smartphones vs. Pagers: 5 Reasons Doctors Should Switch

  As healthcare becomes increasingly enmeshed in the digital world, it serves as an important question to ask why some doctors and officials are still wedded to pagers. Outside of medicine, there are few institutions as attached to pager technology. In medicine, about 85 percent of hospitals still rely on pagers for critical communications. Hospitals … Continued

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October 6, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

OnPage at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2017

The OnPage team was at Orlando for the Gartner Symposium/ ITXpo this week to present the award winning Incident Alert Management Platform. The Gartner experience neatly encapsulated everything that OnPage is working towards; from the need for examining IoT ecosystems to disrupting industry norms to find new avenues for optimization. OnPage has always been at … Continued

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September 28, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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OnPage e-book: Prepare for an IT outage

A new survey of 2,400 IT and security professionals conducted by The Ponemon Institute on behalf of IBM finds 66 percent of respondents say their organization is not prepared to recover from an IT outage. A growing trend is to let MSPs handle cyberattacks and other critical incidents that lead to an IT outage. Those … Continued

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September 20, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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HIPAA Compliance Checklist – Pitfalls to Avoid

For a healthcare organization to be HIPAA compliant it needs to ensure that the right controls are in place to protect the privacy of patient information. This means that controls are provided to ensure that sensitive patient information is not left visible to non-relevant parties and that the exchange of information between practitioners follows HIPAA … Continued

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August 23, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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OnPage Report: The impact of not securing healthcare communications

Recent data from the Journal of Hospital Medicine highlights the battle for secure healthcare communications. Unfortunately, the battle is not progressing as well as one could hope. The statistics cited in the Journal’s July 2017 publication cite the following statistics: Almost 80% of clinicians continue to use pagers. It is the most commonly used technology by hospital-based clinicians … Continued

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