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Panic Free Disaster Recovery

In certain industries it is common practice or even a requirement to have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place.  However, it’s rare that anyone actually follows the procedure.  That may be because it’s often developed for documentation/accreditation requirements, staff aren’t trained sufficiently, or simply that panic typically proceeds a disaster.…

Secrets Your IT Provider Probably Won’t Tell You

Technology is something that many people simply can’t comprehend for various reasons, which poses a problem.  Any good business relationship should be built upon trust and where a Client doesn’t understand what they’re signing or paying for that trust can be abused if dealing with the wrong provider.  The same…

Coronavirus Operational Changes

Please be advised NOYTECH remains fully operational amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  As we continue to provide essential Services to our Clients, it’s business as usual for the foreseeable future. We are continuing to monitor Goverment updates and adhere to restrictions imposed.  As such, we have applied the following operational changes:…

Security & Data Breaches

In response to the new Notifiable Data Breaches scheme mentioned below, we’ve reviewed and revamped our Security Standards which apply to all our Managed Clients. The threat of Cyber Attacks, Viruses and Ransomware as well as Data Loss is ever increasing and is everyone’s business!  Your Manager or IT Provider…

IT in General Practice – HotDoc Blog

Source: https://www.hotdoc.com.au/practices/blog/2018-healthcare-it-predictions/ IT in General Practice: Experts Share Their 2018 Tips and Predictions By Michael McKay – 29 November 2017 This week I reached out to three leading players in the Health IT space — Jono Noy from Noytech, Jim Doumakis from Jose Health IT and John Drummond from CyberSquad…