Blog / The Intersection Between Technology and Ethics Technology and Ethics Here are three ways technology and ethics are competing today. Hopefully unsurprisingly, we’re pretty big fans of advancing technology here at TRINUS. The myriad different ways it makes our lives easier and more productive are undeniable. Unfortunately, what’s also undeniable is that as it improves, it’s potential for misuse grows as well. But we’re not […] February 16, 2023
Blog / Do you have to keep changing cybersecurity best practices? It’s really annoying! When it comes to all things computers there’s one rule to keep in mind: Things change quickly. What things? All of them. Could I possibly be more specific?  Not really, because everything keeps changing. It may sound like I’m being silly, but remember Windows 7? It wasn’t too long ago that many […] February 14, 2023
Blog / Barriers to Municipal Digital Transformations overcoming municipal digital transformations challenges represented by an arrow breaking through a maze Why digital transformations are so valuable for municipal governments. As technology evolves it becomes increasingly important for local governance to keep up, and oftentimes means engaging in municipal digital transformations to expand access to services, improve citizen engagement, and streamline services while spurring economic growth. Unfortunately, all too often attempts to modernize government come with […] February 09, 2023
Blog / Do you have a policy to deal with lost or stolen equipment? It’s a good idea to have one. There’s a pretty well-known phrase out there known as Murphy’s Law, and it claims (with often unfortunate accuracy) that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. It’s a fairly famous colloquialism, but did you know there’s an even grimmer, less well-known colloquial “law,” known as O’Reilly’s Law, […] February 07, 2023
Blog / Five IT Challenges Facing Municipalities Today A yellow sign warning about T Challenges in the future Here are five IT challenges your municipality needs to overcome. When it comes to local governance, municipal IT directors often find themselves getting pulled in several directions at once. Some stakeholders want better services and delivery while others want to cut costs and streamline workflows, while still others are only interested in the security of […] February 02, 2023
Blog / When’s a good time to use an administrator level login? Administrator level login and password screen To be clear, almost never. When you create a user in a system or software, they almost always have different levels/permissions or groups that you can associate them with. While the precise terminology may vary depending on the system, the core concepts are the same and different users will have different limitations on what they […] January 31, 2023
Blog / What is a CIO? CIO acronym using letter blocks Understanding the role of Chief Information Officer (CIO). When it comes to c-suite executives and their titles, it’s easy to get a little confused amid all the acronyms. CEO, CTO, CFO, CIO, CXO, and on and on. After all, how many chiefs does any given company need? And what are they all in charge of? […] January 26, 2023
Blog / It’s Time to Upgrade to Windows 11 Windows 11 logo on a computer and cell phone screen Most versions of Windows 10 are already past their End of Life. Organizations often make the mistaken assumption software is forever. They use it because they always have and it’s always worked. That is, until there is a problem and when they look into it, lo and behold, the last time it was updated was […] January 24, 2023
Blog / Robotic Process Automation Robot Process Automation Being Demonstrated How can Robotic Process Automation (RPA) help your organization? The development of technology and it’s role in business is always expanding, and is one of the primary driving factors of economic growth. Just look at how much the computer revolution of the 90s and 00s has improved productivity. Document development, media production, and communications are […] January 19, 2023
Blog / Cybercrime may become uninsurable Cyberinsurance claim denied due to cybercrime Losses caused by criminal activity may no l0nger be covered in the near future. I have written about cyberinsurance changing several times in the past, including how a company settled their cyberinsurance lawsuit with their provider, how a pharmaceutical company won a massive lawsuit, and how Lloyds of London issued public recommendations for cyberinsurance providers. […] January 17, 2023

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