Entries by RWA Central

Time is running out

Save on your 2019 IT purchases with Section 179 tax deductions Increased limits and new tax rules may significantly offset the purchasing and leasing of business equipment for the year, but the equipment must be placed into service before December 31st. What Is this? The IRS states Section 179 of the Tax Cuts and Jobs […]

What does the UK, Windows 7, and the VW Beetle have in common?

A short list of everything going away or shutting down over the next few month: Microsoft will stop supporting Windows 7. The UK is leaving the EU. Volkswagen will stop producing the Beetle. MoviePass is failing. Every Disney, Star Wars, and Marvel movie on Netflix will go away. Old Towne Road rides into the sunset, hopefully. … And that’s just […]

Preparing for Windows 7 End of Life

Windows 7 is currently in an ‘extended support’ status that ends on January 14, 2020. After that date, only volume licensed customers will be able to purchase support from Microsoft – at escalating rates – for the next 3 years. For everyone else – home users and business users alike – you’ll need to upgrade […]

6 top HIPAA compliance myths and the truth

One of the biggest potential challenges when it comes to medical IT is HIPAA compliance. It’s true that HIPAA is a serious matter that has to be handled with care. But don’t let concerns about HIPAA scare you away. Here are 6 common HIPAA myths and the truth behind them.

How to send a HIPAA compliant email

HIPAA sets the standard for protecting sensitive data. All businesses dealing with protected health information (PHI) are required to make sure that physical, network, and administrative security measures are kept in compliance. Learn what standards have to be met for sending HIPAA compliant email.