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IT Budgets Getting Tighter in 2015: How to Manage

Arraya Insights| February 3, 2015

Hey, good news! More than half of IT leaders (58%) believe their company’s revenue is going to increase in 2015 from where it was last year. Naturally that means technology budgets will follow suit and IT will finally have a little breathing room to make some much-needed upgrades, right? Let’s hold on a minute before […]

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Arraya FAQ: 3 Questions You May Have Been Afraid to Ask

Arraya Insights| January 27, 2015

Since you’re on this site and reading this blog, then the likelihood is that you’ve heard a thing or two about Arraya Solutions. You’re probably at least a little familiar with the IT services and solutions we provide to our customers, the awards and recognition we’ve won, and the industry leaders we’re proud to call […]

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Is Cloud-Based Recovery Right for You? 4 Ways to Tell

Arraya Insights| January 26, 2015

It looks like 2015 is going to be the year of the cloud! Just like 2014. And 2013 before that. And so on. Actually, we’ve had a lot of years of the cloud lately, so much so that the term “the cloud” is starting to become one of those buzzwords IT leaders make New Year’s […]

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Microsoft Pulls Plug on Publicly-Available ANS

Arraya Insights| January 23, 2015

Heads up: The time has come to say goodbye to Advance Notification Service (ANS). Well, at least the public version of it anyway. Microsoft has announced plans to bring an end to the publically-available version of ANS and only make it available to select customers. ANS was conceived over a decade ago to play a […]

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Feds Set Sights on Increased Health IT Innovation

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We’ve covered a lot of ground in our series on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s “Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020.” We’ve gone over the scope of the plan and four of its tops goals: expanding the adoption of health IT, advancing the […]

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Hackers Find Way to Bypass Windows Security Feature

Arraya Insights| January 21, 2015

Typically the saying “everything old is new again” gives a person a reason to hang on to possibly embarrassing old clothes or CDs. Unfortunately, that saying also has implications in other areas, such as digital security. For example, pros who take their eyes off a threat they thought they’d bested may just have it come […]

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Will 2015 Be the End of the Line for Email?

Arraya Insights| January 15, 2015

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: “This year will be the year the business world finally kicks email to the curb and embraces a newer, more secure alternative communication tool.” It’s one of the tech field’s favorite yearly prognostications and thus far email has continued to go strong. So, will 2015 finally be […]

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Advancing Community Health through IT: 2 Targets

Arraya Insights| January 14, 2015

At this point in our series on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s “Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020” we’ve detailed the overall scope of the plan and three of its tops goals: expanding the adoption of health IT, advancing the security and interoperability […]

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A Day in the Life of a Managed Services Team Member

Arraya Insights| January 9, 2015

Imagine your ideal managed services relationship. Any managed services provider worth its salt is going to take work off of your IT team’s plate and make life a little easier on it in the process. But a best of breed managed services provider is not only going to make life easier, it’s going to take […]

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Stronger, More Rounded Healthcare Delivery Through IT

Arraya Insights| January 8, 2015

So far in our series on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s “Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020” we’ve detailed the overall scope of the plan and broken down two of its top goals: expanding the adoption of health IT and advancing the security […]

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