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Blog Articles for BTS Technologies

Preparing SMBs to Seamlessly Adopt Windows 11

January 13th, 2022 by Technology Assurance Group

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Leading MTSP Increases Their Customers’ Productivity with New Microsoft Applications BIRMINGHAM, AL – BTS a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is preparing small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to upgrade their operating...

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Posted in: Cyber Security, Press Releases

5 Mistakes CEO’s Make with Ransomware

November 30th, 2021 by Roger Wentowski

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With the ransomware epidemic still in full swing, and with no clear end in sight, many CEOs are still scratching their heads with decisions on how to secure their network. They pivot from strategy to strategy, try to take on the burden solely in...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

Top Reasons to Invest in Managed IT Services in 2021

November 9th, 2021 by Brian Wakefield

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Are you a small or medium-sized business owner looking for breakthrough growth and a boost to business performance? Consider partnering with a managed IT services provider. Post-COVID 19, small and medium-sized businesses have been in a...

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Posted in: Cyber Security, Managed IT

5 Secure Computing Tips

September 7th, 2021 by William Wentowski

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Cybercrime is growing faster than you might think. The internet has become a space that is continuously being attacked by malicious links, viruses, and Trojans. Whether you are self-employed, run a small business, or a large organization, you...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

Cloud Transition

May 7th, 2021 by Matt Dean

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Many organizations have heard of the cloud; the mythical technology that few grasp, but know it’s where their business needs to move. Like any buzzword or acronym, it is meant to excite and ensure it’s on the tip of everyone’s tongue. But many organizations...

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Posted in: Cyber Security, Managed IT, Hybrid / Remote Workforce

Microsoft Updates During Work

December 2nd, 2020 by Brian Wakefield

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Have you ever been in the middle of an important video conference, document, or time-critical report only to have your computer update? Of course, you have. It likely took 30 minutes or more to restart as well. You hired someone to manage your IT and...

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Posted in: Managed IT

18 Things to Make Your Remote Work Stress Free

March 26th, 2020 by Brian Wakefield

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Take a picture of your computer setup before you unplug and take things to your remote work location—including the cable set up in the back! At home, your IT team won't be with you to reconnect everything. A quick picture of where things are plugged...

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Posted in: Hybrid / Remote Workforce

ZAC 5.0 Introduces Secure and Convenient Way to Share Files

March 26th, 2019 by Kim Reynolds

 ZAC™ the Future of Collaboration

Zultys recently announced the official release of version 5.0 of ZAC—Zultys Advanced Communicator. "As an early adopter of ZAC, we have been active in watching the product grow and ZAC 5 is a big step forward," said Jerry McKenzie,...

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Posted in: News

BTS Protects SMBs From Windows 7 End of Life

December 21st, 2018 by Technology Assurance Group

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BIRMINGHAM, AL – BTS a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), is helping small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) secure their organizations from cyberattacks, by addressing the Windows 7 “End of Life” policy that will begin in January...

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Posted in: Cyber Security, Managed IT, Press Releases

End-of-life for NEC SV8100 Phone Systems is December 31, 2018

November 9th, 2018 by Roger Wentowski

NEC SV8100 Phone System

Updating your NEC phone system If you have an NEC SV8100 phone system, you are approaching end-of-life support as of December 31, 2018. Starting January 1, 2019, if you have any hardware issues with this system, it cannot be fixed. No new licenses will...

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Posted in: Managed IT

Replacing Your Outdated and Broken Technology

March 11th, 2018 by Roger Wentowski

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It probably feels like you only just replaced that equipment, and now it's broken again. When your technology replacement policy is purely reactionary, you end up with large expenses for emergency repairs, technician overtime, and getting everything...

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Posted in: Managed IT

Benefit from our Network Audit

January 5th, 2018 by Roger Wentowski


With 2018 upon us, we recommend taking a look at your IT system. Ideally, you should have a regular assessment of your network completed every year. BTS Technologies offers a comprehensive review, where we check network performance, carrier bills, required...

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Posted in: Managed IT

State of the Union for Technology in 2018

December 20th, 2017 by William Wentowski


Today we announced our predictions for the future of the technology sector. We are preparing business owners for the anticipated technology explosion in 2018, and one of the bases for this prediction is the growing number of employed individuals...

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Posted in: News

KRACK Attacks: What You Need to Know About WPA2 Vulnerability

December 18th, 2017 by William Wentowski

WPA2 Vulnerability

WPA2 is widely regarded as the industry's most secure wireless encryption protocol. However, on October 16, 2017, the US-CERT announced several vulnerabilities in the WPA2 encryption implementation in clients and AP. Collectively called KRACKs (Key...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Reached End of Life and Is No Longer Supported

September 9th, 2015 by William Wentowski

Microsoft will no longer offer customer support on issues related to Microsoft Windows Server 2003. This encompasses all issues of infrastructure performance, capability, and security, which are all of obvious concern to business owners. This is a reflection...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

Holding Off on Upgrading Your Communications System?

March 19th, 2014 by William Wentowski

You may be costing your business more in the long run! One of the biggest mistakes we consistently see businesses make is the failure to consider the cost of downtime. Upgrading your equipment to add significant reliability to your system is a comparatively...

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Posted in: Managed IT

BTS Technologies Delivers a Migration Path to New Technology

September 21st, 2013 by Technology Assurance Group

BTS Technologies is helping businesses prepare to migrate from Windows XP and the Office 2003 suite of programs to more sustainable solutions. Many businesses have relied heavily on both these solutions to run their businesses, but after ten years of...

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Posted in: Press Releases


July 24th, 2013 by William Wentowski

The constant software upgrades of new phone systems and making sure the new IP system interacts appropriately with the computer network can be a hassle. BTS Technologies offers the Managed Voice Services program that eliminates this hassle by bundling...

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Posted in: Managed IT

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