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Thanksgiving Office Schedule

Thanksgiving Office Schedule So that our team members may enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with their family and friends, we will have the following modified office hours: Wednesday, November 27: Normal Office Hours Thursday, November 28: Closed Friday, November 29: Closed Throughout this time, as always, we will have a technical team member on-call for any business critical emergencies.  Just call the office at 603-431-7864 and listen to the prompt to access our on-call system. Happy Thanksgiving from Your Jenaly Team!...
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From The Desk of MJ Shoer

MJ Shoer
Happy Thanksgiving!  This week is the perfect moment to thank you all for your support over the past year.  We truly value and our thankful for our relationship with you, whether you are a client, vendor or friend of Jenaly Technology Group.  Thank you and on behalf of our entire team, our very best wishes to you and yours for a very Happy Thanksgiving and a wonderful holiday season. Given that Black Friday is just a few short days away, I wanted to share with you, my annual techie gift guide that I write for The Portsmouth Herald each year.  It was published in the most recent edition of Seacoast Sunday.  You may read it online at the following URL: http://www.se...
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The Lighter Side

Random Aviation Facts A Boeing 737 weighing 150,000 pounds (68,000 kilograms) must deflect about 88,000 pounds (40,000 kg) of air — over a million cubic feet (31,500 cubic meters) down by 55 feet (16.75 meters) each second while in flight. A commercial aircraft door will not open in flight because it is actually bigger than the window frame itself, and the door opens inward toward the cabin. To open, it must be opened inward, rotated and then slipped sideways out of the frame. Even if the door could somehow be opened, it would be like lifting a 2,200-pound (1,000-kilogram) weight. Most planes flying internationally have their home country’s flag painted on or around their tail...
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From The Desk of MJ Shoer

         Please join me for our next educational lunch and learn seminar on Mobility and Cloud Computing.          During this interactive seminar, I will focus on keeping your business safe in the face of the growing demand to support all types of mobile devices.  I will talk about developing your mobile device policy and whether you should be allowing personal mobile devices to connect to your network. I’ll be focusing on ways you can boost productivity without exposing your business to unnecessary security risks, whether those are from hackers or worse, rogue or careless employees.  Believe it or not, the risk f...
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Last Night I Startled Out Of Bed In A Cold Sweat, Heart Racing, With Fear Racing Through My Mind… And YOU Were The Reason For My Panic!

Was I having a nightmare? Was I just watching too many reruns of The Twilight Zone? Maybe taking the Halloween spirit too far? No – it simply occurred to me that you might not have a solid backup and disaster recovery plan in place! And if your server data was erased, corrupted or destroyed because of a hardware malfunction, system crash, fire, flood or some other random, unforeseen disaster, you might not be able to be back up and running again FAST! The Thought Of That Happening Scared Me Half To Death! And quite honestly, it should scare you too! Just imagine what would happen if your server went down and you… … Lost all accounting documentation and history… … Lost all the work files...

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