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Data Migration: Part 3: Ready. Set. Migrate to the Cloud

Posted by Adam Kessler on Mar 13, 2017 2:20:35 PM

This blog is reposted as part of a three-part series from our partners at U.S. Signal. For more information, visit the U.S. Signal website

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Topics: Cloud computing, Data Migration

Data Migration: Part 2: Choose Your Methodology

Posted by Adam Kessler on Feb 13, 2017 9:00:00 AM

This blog is reposted as part of a three-part series from our partners at U.S. Signal. For more information, visit the U.S. Signal website

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Topics: Cloud computing, Data Migration

Data Migration: Part 1: Moving to the Cloud

Posted by Adam Kessler on Feb 6, 2017 9:00:00 AM

This blog is reposted as part of a three-part series from our partners at U.S. Signal. For more information, visit the U.S. Signal website

No one likes moving to a new home. It’s time consuming and labor intensive.  There’s the prep work, including finding the right place, getting the financing in order, transferring over utilities, etc. You’ll want to sort and pack things so they are easy to find, and label your boxes so they end up in the right place. In addition, there are probably things that you’d prefer to throw out rather than move. Then there’s the actual packing and, of course, the logistics involved in who will execute the actual move and when. That’s not to mention all the work required once you’re in your new home — from unpacking to re-assembling things.

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Topics: Cloud computing, Data Migration

Where Do You Start When Looking for an ERP System?

Posted by Susan Harris on Dec 20, 2016 9:00:00 AM

In our last ERP article, we talked about 3 signs that you may need a new ERP system.  As a refresher, they were: inventory levels are unreliable; data errors are rampant; and customer satisfaction is a problem.  If you recognize even one of these conditions, then you may need to start thinking about the first step in the ERP evaluation process.

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Topics: ERP

Multi-factor Authentication

Posted by AJ Walters on Nov 29, 2016 7:00:00 AM

The use of passwords only as a means to access secure or proprietary systems is giving way to various forms of multi-factor authentication.  Multi-factor authentication is a method of computer access control in which a user is only granted access after successfully presenting several separate pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism – typically at least two of the following categories: knowledge (something they know), possession (something they have), and inherence (something they are). 

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Topics: Security Breach, Multi-factor Authentication

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Orion Group was founded in 1985 by computer experts and CPA's as a custom software development house but has expanded over the years to include hardware and networking sales and services, web design and development, sales and service of quality accounting, distribution, manufacturing packaged solutions, and overall IT consulting. 

Our three core compentencies include: