We’re hiring another Sr. Network/Server Consultant

In Company News by Jesse Rink

WE ARE GROWING – AGAIN! Here is an opportunity for experienced Sr. Systems Engineers and Sr. Network Consultants to join our team in the Greater Milwaukee area. The primary responsibility is to provide networking/server support services for our customers. A strong candidate will be able to provide on-going technical support … Read More

We’ve moved to new offices in Brookfield.

In Company News by Jesse Rink

Moving offices

It’s our biggest migration to date – not data, desks!  Source One Technology has moved from Waukesha to Bishops Woods, Brookfield! Get in touch if you’d like to discuss how we can help you save time and money on frustrating network and computer issues, or if you just want to … Read More

Hiring yet another Sr. Network/Server Consultant

In Company News by Jesse Rink

WE ARE GROWING! Here is an opportunity for experienced Sr. Systems Engineers and Sr. Network Consultants to join our team in the Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha areas. The primary responsibility is to provide networking/server support services for our customers. A strong candidate will be able to provide on-going technical support … Read More

Managed Services Providers (MSPs): What They Do and Why You Need Them.

In Backups and Recovery, Firewalls, Hardware, Internet, Monitoring, Networking, Security, Technology (General) by Jesse Rink

computer managed services provider milwaukee

For most organizations, IT is ‘plumbing’ – you know you need it, and it needs to work, but you’d rather not have to roll up your sleeves to work out how to flush your caches or fix that data leak! Managed Services Provider’s (MSPs) are technology consultants who take away … Read More

7 Computer Network Security Risks and How to Deal with Them.

In Cloud Computing, Firewalls, Networking, Security, Wireless by Zach Deprey

Computer Network Security Companies, Milwaukee: 7 Network Security Risks

Infiltration into your core business network could be devastating for any sized business, particularly small businesses.  Ransomware freezes the system, holding it hostage for a fix. Viruses corrupt data and destroy entire databases throughout a computer network. Spyware steals company secrets or uses personal data.  Any one breach can compromise … Read More

Is Cyber Insurance a Necessity or a Luxury?

In Internet, Security by Zach Deprey

Cyber insurance to protect from hackers

Many of us view insurance as a necessary evil. We loathe paying the premiums, but we all deal with it at some point—whether it’s health insurance, car insurance, homeowners/renter’s insurance or some other type of insurance.  Add one more type of insurance to the list, now there is cyber insurance … Read More

If you missed BrainStorm 2017…

In Company News by Jesse Rink

BrainStorm 2017

If you’re responsible for the IT in schools, the BrainStorm 2017 K20 Conference is a ‘must attend’ event.  We’ve been going for the last few years, and as well as getting to share what we do with attendees, BrainStorm is also a great place to learn about what’s keeping IT professionals … Read More

Sharing our experience of Professional Development with MAPA.

In Company News by Jesse Rink

Source One Technology present at MAPA

Having worked with schools for over 10 years, Source One Technology was invited to share its experiences with Milwaukee Archdiocese Principals Association (MAPA) members this last Friday.  MAPA provides professional development to principals in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and works closely with the Office for Schools. The bi-annual event, attended … Read More

3 Successful Keys to IT Asset Management

In Technology (General) by Zach Deprey

IT Asset Management

Whether you’re a small business, a large enterprise, or anything in between, having at least a basic IT Asset Management (ITAM) process can help streamline the process of planning, deploying and supporting your IT infrastructure.  In this article, we will discuss each of the three major components you should focus … Read More

Active Directory DNS Scavenging

In Windows by Zach Deprey

In nearly every environment I’ve walked into, especially those that are more mature (read: older), DNS contains a plethora of stale entries, whether statically configured and forgotten about or dynamically registered, but never deleted or scavenged.  Most of those environments could benefit from implementing Active Directory DNS Scavenging. For some … Read More

Managing Office 365 performance issues

In Applications, Office 365 by James Rankin

Office 365 has been upon us for a while and represents one of Microsoft’s big pushes (alongside Azure) towards their “cloud first, mobile first” model. Most of us haven’t gone for full-fat Office 365 just yet, because of a few Office 365 performance issues with the web-based versions such as missing functionality, … Read More