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How Much Is Your Dead Hard Drive Worth?

Data loss can be very costly, particularly for organizations in the small and medium business community where the difference between survival and closure can rest on the ability to recover from a disaster. At the very least, critical data loss will have a financial impact on companies of all sizes.

K&R Network Solutions Open House Tonight

K&R Network Solutions is excited to host its annual open house tonight from 6-9pm at its Kearny Mesa Office, located at: 9025 Balboa Ave #120 San Diego, CA 92123 More details available at: http://www.krns-inc.com/openhouse

Disruptive Change Predicted for Health IT Market

By: Roy Mark 2009-09-11 While the Obama administration’s drive to dramatically increase health IT spending portends a financial bonanza for vendors, the boom will not come without risks, says Input. The U.S. health IT market is set for disruptive change, predicts a report by Input released Sept. 10. The key drivers of the change will […]

Dentrix Image 5.0 Released

Dentrix Image 5.0 is officially available for installation/upgrades. This is the first version upgrade to their imaging product in several years and makes a lot of ‘under the hood’ improvments, including the ability to enable hardware acceleration. Dentrix Image Features 100% compatible with DENTRIX Store digital images in compressed formats TIFF, BMP, JPEG, PCD, and TGA (even […]

Samsung’s LED TV Couple packs a 7-inch tablet remote for streaming TV and so much more

This post is from Engadget, but it highlights some very slick technology that will be available for install through KRNS as soon as it becomes available here in the US. Please call for more details! Subject Samsung’s LED TV Couple packs a 7-inch tablet remote for streaming TV and so much more From Paul Miller […]

Gmail and Google Apps Mail Web Access is Down

Currently Google reports problems with the front end of both their Gmail and Google Apps Mail webmail systems. Mail flow over POP, SMTP, and IMAP is unaffected as of now (meaning if you use outlook, thunderbird, entourage, etc., you can still send/receive mail). Please check back for updates… or if you can’t wait, this link […]