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Managing Cyber Risk: Essential Cybersecurity and Cyber Insurance Insights
Join us on June 13th at 2 pm for an insightful webinar titled "Managing Cyber Risk: Essential Cybersecurity and Cyber Insurance Insights."
Sidestep MacBook Optimized Battery Charging When Necessary
Have you ever run into a situation where the battery icon in your menu bar is stuck at 80% even though your Mac has been plugged in for hours?
CranstonIT's New Self Service
We are excited to announce a new feature on our platform, which will make managing your devices even easier!
How Often Should Macs Be Replaced?
It’s a question as old as the personal computer. When should you replace your current Mac with a new model that’s faster and more capable?
What to Do If Your iPhone Takes a Plunge
No one intends to drop their iPhone in a pool or fall off a boat with their iPhone in a pocket. But accidents happen. Happily, Apple has designed the iPhone with significant levels of splash and water resistance.
Integrate Your Cloud Storage Service into the Finder
Many businesses, schools, and other organizations have adopted cloud storage services like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive for excellent reasons. Cloud storage provides.
Is Your Wi-Fi Network a Security Risk?
With Wi-Fi security, it’s easy to fall into the “out of sight, out of mind” trap. Your Wi-Fi router probably lives in a corner or closet, and of course, Wi-Fi’s radio waves are invisible.
A Practical Guide to Identifying Phishing Emails
Phishing is becoming an ever more common way for people to get in trouble when using the Internet. A phishing attack is some communication, usually
Hyland Software – Streamlined Apple Deployment in Enterprise
Our client Hyland is a forward-thinking software developer whose OnBase platform and cloud products serve nearly half of the Fortune 100.
Avient - Enterprise Grade Apple Support in a Windows Environment
Advocating for Productivity. When IT issues mean your team can’t do their jobs effectively or without major pain and suffering, it’s time to get help.
How The Bible Chapel's IT Prayers Were Answered
Simon James may depend on divine intervention to solve many challenges, but he draws the line when it comes to his IT network. “Let’s not get carried away,” James joked.
Top Questions on Adding Apple IT Support in a Predominantly Microsoft Environment
What operation is almost as risk-averse as a NASA launch? Integrating enterprise-level IT support for Apple comes close. It may not be rocket science, but we know you have questions.
Apple and the Enterprise: The Time is Now
IT support for Apple means less risk, more productivity, and improved recruiting and retention. So, what’s stopping you? If you’re like most organizations, your IT operations are adept at managing users that rely on Windows-based hardware and software.
Keeping up? Create custom apps to automate tedious business processes
As companies expand, existing workflow processes don’t always keep up — especially if you are still relying on spreadsheets, word documents or even paper.
Backed by quality computer support, êlizur redefines the markets it helps
Pittsburgh PA based êlizur reconfigured its technology landscape to meet the demands of the healthcare industry. With the help of CranstonIT’s guidance, the company is now equipped with servers, Mac® computers and iPad® and iPhone® devices.
Integrate Slack into your FileMaker App for Instant Notifications
Have you every wished that you could get instant notifications on your desktop or mobile device whenever something changes in your FileMaker solution? Now you can by leveraging the power of Slack.
Patete Kitchen and Bath Design Center thrives with reliable Computer Support
Patete Kitchens in Pittsburgh, PA is an all Mac® shop, one that started with the original blue iMac® and the iBook® notebook computer. They needed the best in computer support and managed services for macOS® platform.
Gymkhana Gymnastics sticks its landing with FileMaker, Apple and Cranston IT
As competitive gymnasts for the University of Pittsburgh back in the 1970s, Elliott Sanft and Ed Swerdlow learned at an early age the importance of precision. They learned how one misstep can often unravel years of diligent training and preparation.