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  • Microsoft 365 Event

    Get the most out of your Microsoft 365 investment! Join the DMC Technology Group team as we walk you through what features and services are included in Microsoft 365, talk about Azure Single Sign-On and MFA, and more! What are the next steps on your cloud journey? Register today to find out!

  • Happy Retirement!

    After 16 years with DMC, Karen Albright retired on May 31, 2022. Karen put a stamp of excellence on all she did at DMC, and we will miss her dearly. Karen, thank you for all you did for the DMC team and our customers!

  • Microsoft M365 The solution for enhanced security

    In today’s business landscape, securing your organization from ransomware and malware are of the utmost importance. By moving to Microsoft M365, you can help protect your business. M365 provides many enhanced security benefits.

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  • Does Your Business Need a vCIO?

    The tech environment has never been so complex, with increasing cyber threats and greater frequency – along with advancing hardware and software, and the need to constantly evolve to protect and propel your business. Not to mention, there’s a demand for everyday technology support to keep operations running efficiently.  But can your business afford Chief […]

  • It’s All About the People – Hiring IT Talent

    A conversation with DMC Technology Group President, Patrick Sheehan What do Zoom, eBay, Dell, Intel, Google, Microsoft and Amazon have in common? Aside from being household names, they join other global technology companies that have laid off a combined 95,000 employees since the beginning of 2023. The number is staggering, and yet we shouldn’t be all […]

  • Security Awareness Training

    Phishing attacks are on the rise and becoming increasingly complex! According to the 2022 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, phishing is the most common way for cybercriminals to penetrate an organization. Once accessible, larger-scale attacks are launched, like ransomware, to paralyze the company by stealing data or inflicting financial loss. Today, phishing accounts for roughly 90% of data breaches and on average costs an organization $5 million!