Entries by Maria Coder

What is Managed IT?

You’ve probably heard that Managed IT is the most complete solution for small business. Well, it’s actually the most complete solution for any business. But what exactly is it? It’s when your company outsources all (or some) of its Internet Technology functions, or IT functions, to a third-party provider, often referred to as a managed […]

Internet Security – 5 Types of IT Security Your Small Business Needs to Stay Safe

There are five types of internet security crucial for small businesses. The concept of internet security isn’t as complicated as it sounds, though implementing safe technology practices is more nuanced. In the most simple terms, internet security, also known as IT security, refers to a set of cybersecurity strategies that prevent others from gaining unauthorized […]

Goodbye, Flash

You may have noticed for a while now that Adobe has blocked Flash content from working on your computers and devices, that’s because Flash has officially been retired. Adobe stopped supporting Flash on December 31st and as of Tuesday (Jan 12, 2021) it’s blocking all Flash content. Adobe is suggesting users uninstall Flash Player to […]

Using Deepfake Artificial Intelligence Technology to Protect

Sorted Solution is working with Special Effects Supervisor of Welcome to Chechnya and creator of the Digital Vail software Ryan Laney to make this new technology available to documentary filmmakers. From Academy Award-nominated director David France comes Welcome to Chechnya, a powerful and eye-opening HBO documentary about a group of activists risking their lives to […]

Section 179 deduction – technology

As the end of the fiscal year approaches, now is the time to ‘use it or lose it’ when it comes to your firm’s hardware and software wish list. As you likely already know, you’re allotted funds toward technology purchases thanks to the Section 179 deduction. Technology that qualifies for this tax break includes servers, […]

Mesh networking comes to Bluetooth, which could set off a new wave of smart buildings

One of the most widely used technologies in mobile computing is getting an important upgrade that could accelerate the development of the smart home and industrial internet. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group, the Kirkland, Wash.-based group that enforces compatibility among the billions of devices that use the short-range Bluetooth wireless technology, plans to announce Tuesday […]