Lutz adds Howes, McLane, Schriner, and Shafer

Lutz adds Howes, McLane, Schriner, and Shafer

 

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Lutz adds howes, mclane, schriner, and shafer

Lutz, a Nebraska-based business solutions firm, welcomes Jessica Howes, Andy McLane, Dakota Schriner, and Jeffrey Shafer.

Jessica Howes joins Lutz as a Talent Sourcer in the Omaha office. She is responsible for interviewing and placing candidates for Lutz Talent clients. Howes focuses on recruiting for the accounting, finance, office administrative and human resource industries. Graduating from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Jessica received a Bachelor’s degree in hospitality management with a minor in leadership communication. 

Joining Lutz Tech as a Systems Engineer, Andy McLane brings over 18 years of technology systems and engineering experience to the team. He is responsible for installing, configuring and maintaining application software and system management tools. Andy graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with a Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences. McLane works in Lutz’s Lincoln office.

Dakota Schriner joins Lutz’s accounting division as a Staff Accountant in the tax department. He performs complex consulting, as well as controversial service projects. Projects include assisting clients with tax-related issues from pursuing tax incentives, to managing state tax audits. Dakota received his Bachelor’s degree in accounting and management information systems from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Dakota works in Lutz’s Omaha office.

Bringing over eight years of industry experience, Jeffrey Shafer joins Lutz Tech as a Systems Administrator in Lutz’s Omaha office. He is responsible for ensuring all systems are in working order through day-to-day system repairs and maintenance. Specifics include software installations, security inspections, server upkeep, troubleshooting and other technical support for end-users. Graduating from Bellevue University, Jeffrey received his Bachelor’s degree in information technology.

 

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month + 8 Tips to Keep You Protected

Cybersecurity Awareness Month + 8 Tips to Keep You Protected

 

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cybersecurity awareness month + 8 tips to keep you protected

 

Cybersecurity is an ever-prominent, continuously evolving topic in the business world today. With new technological advancements daily, it can be challenging to stay on top of the latest “trends” in cybersecurity. Meaning, if you’re unaware of the latest cybercrime tactics, it will be difficult to evade its lures.

Luckily, here at Lutz, we have a team of tech-sperts who can help you understand what these cyber threats look like, and how to protect yourself and your business from becoming the next victim. Below are a few tips to help you stay safe and secure in the cyber-world:

#1

There are two ways cybersecurity threats are generated, internally and externally. Internal threats are the most common and cause about 55% of cybersecurity issues, while external threats cause about 45%.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/cyber-security-best-practices-for-your-business/

 

#2

Cybersecurity for your business, as well as for you individually, starts with understanding cyber threats and prevention measures in four primary areas: phishing, account security, physical security, and personnel security.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/staying-safe-cyberspace/

 

#3

When businesses want to keep their data safe and secure no matter where it’s located, they often use a virtual private network (VPN). It creates a safe way to access corporate data online over networks that are not encrypted or secure, such as free public Wi-Fi networks.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/should-your-company-be-using-a-vpn/

 

#4

Two-factor authentication is becoming the standard for many businesses. By simply requiring an additional form of authentication, for example, sending a text to your phone with a unique code to verify your login, helps to drastically reduce the probability that cyber attackers will be able to penetrate your system.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/two-factor-authentication-new-standard-online-security/

 

#5

At Lutz Tech, we advise all our clients to take widely accepted precautions such as using unique passwords, avoiding public Wi-Fi when accessing or sharing sensitive information, and regularly scanning for viruses and malware. On top of that, we recommend that our clients adopt a 3-step approach to guide them in preventing phishing attacks and minimizing damage if they occur.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/3-steps-to-help-you-steer-clear-of-phishing-scams/

 

#6

Securing your organization’s email is more important than ever. Microsoft 365’s addon, Advanced Threat Protection, includes anti-phishing capabilities that can detect email spoofing by hackers.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/microsoft-office-365-email-security/

 

#7

Your organization needs a robust Wi-Fi security policy that will protect its network from unauthorized access; without compromising the network availability or productivity for authorized users.

Use our four best practices that will help you ensure your business’s Wi-Fi network offers the highest level of protection to your organization.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/business-wi-fi-secure/

 

#8

If your business falls victim to cybercrime, it’s important to contact your financial institution immediately.

Other resources to contact in the event of a breach include your local FBI office, county sheriff’s office, police department, or division of criminal investigation. You should also report a breach at ic3.gov.

Learn more: https://www.lutz.us/cyber-security-best-practices-for-your-business/

 

There are many useful tools that can help you stay secure online. These resources, along with continued education, will help give you the protection you need in today’s cyber-world. Contact one of our Lutz Tech members today for or more information on cybersecurity, or to help you answer any questions.

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Running a Smarter Business + Simple Steps to Start Using Analytics

Running a Smarter Business + Simple Steps to Start Using Analytics

 

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running a smarter business + simple steps to start using analytics

ryan wade, software solutions manager

 

Small business managers wear many hats throughout the day: sales, operations, service, and support. Often, the days feel like a blur just keeping up with daily tasks. You know there is a better way, but it can feel overwhelming to add one more “thing” to the list. Spending time looking at data and ways to improve feels intimidating. What can analytics tell you that you don’t know by working in the business?

If this sounds like you, then this blog will provide a practical overview of data analytics, the benefits, and simple steps to help you get started.

 

What is analytics?

Asking what is “data analytics” is like asking what is “sales.”  It is a broad term. A simple way to think of data analytics is the practice of gaining knowledge from business information at the time when you need it. Reports are reactive, meaning they look in the past, where analytics are more real-time to help make informed decisions. Large companies have always used analytics to run their business, but today’s technology makes it more cost-effective for small businesses to implement best practices.

 

So when is the right time?

The truth is that not every business is ready. Becoming a more efficient, profitable or fast-growth company will require change, and change is difficult. Over time, implementing this may cause you to change processes, employees or customers, so at its core, the leadership needs to be committed to change.  But, with change comes rewards of working smarter.

 

Signs you are ready to get started:

  • You have standard processes in place and implemented systems
  • You use basic reports today but would value real-time data
  • Your systems “have the data”, but you need to combine it with spreadsheets to gain any real insight
  • You have a goal for the company that will help justify your efforts (growth, revenue, profitability, compliance, etc.)

 

How do I get started?

Once you’ve determined you are ready, there are simple steps you can take prior to engaging consultants like Lutz Tech.

 

Define your goal
  • As with any project, you need to determine the return on investment and the overall goal. Be specific with what you are looking to accomplish, such as, we want to know the true profitability of our client contracts.
Determine your key indicators
  • Starting with the end in mind can help simplify the process. Identify no more than three high level or low “indicators” that helps you understand the real-time health of your business or department.
  • Think of this as your wish list of what you want to know about the business. Once you have your list, prioritize them in terms of the value they bring you versus the complexity to get the information.
Keep it simple
  • With the list you’ve created, choose one or two indicators that are straightforward and add value immediately. The goal is to use these indicators as experiments that help you learn how to best implement analytics.
Map the inputs and process
  • Once you’ve determined what you are trying to learn, you need to determine what data you need to get to the result. This information may not come from the same system, and that is ok. It may not be easy to get, and that is ok too. The purpose of this exercise is to determine what needs to change in order to get the information you need to run a smarter business. The change will come next.
Create reports that demonstrate the vision
  • For those that are starting from scratch, use spreadsheets to combine data from systems and flush out what you are looking to create.
  • Measure the value that the information would bring the business if you were able to efficiently implement a process to get the information real-time.
  • Focus on the information that adds enough value to implement changes to processes or systems.
  • For those that are already using spreadsheets to combine data from different systems and looking for a more scalable solution, Microsoft Power BI is a natural next step. Power BI’s platform is free to try.

In summary, analytics can serve as a critical tool in helping your business grow and become more profitable. Questions? Contact us today!

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402.778.7958

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RYAN WADE + SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS MANAGER

Ryan Wade is a Software Solutions Manager with Lutz Tech and has over five years of relevant experience. His primary responsibility is to manage the software solutions team and client relationships.  He also maintains standards and procedures for the department, both internally and externally.

AREAS OF FOCUS
  • Software Consulting
  • Client Relationships
  • Professional Services Industry
  • Real-Estate Industry
  • Banking Industry
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
  • BSBA, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
  • MBA, Creighton University, Omaha, NE
COMMUNITY SERVICE
  • Business Ethics Alliance, Committee Member
  • Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce, Audit Chair

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Lutz Tech adds Hinrichs and Sheridan in Central, NE

Lutz Tech adds Hinrichs and Sheridan in Central, NE

 

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Lutz Tech adds Hinrichs and Sheridan in Central, NE

Lutz, a Nebraska-based business solutions firm, recently added Tyler Hinrichs and Brenden Sheridan to its Tech division in its Central Nebraska offices.

Tyler joins the team as a Network Administrator. He is responsible for the design, installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of network technologies. In addition, he will develop and implement best practices for network solutions. Graduating from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, Hinrichs has a Bachelor’s degree in information technology with an emphasis on system administration, and a minor in music. Tyler works in both the Grand Island and Hastings Lutz offices.

Joining the firm as a Service Desk Engineer, Brenden is responsible for troubleshooting computer and server discrepancies and responding to any technical inquiries from clients. In addition, he will provide onsite assistance to outsourced IT clients. Sheridan received his Bachelor’s degree in information technology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He works in Lutz’s Grand Island office.

 

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How Microsoft Office 365 Can Optimize Business Processes

How Microsoft Office 365 Can Optimize Business Processes

 

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how microsoft office 365 can optimize business processes

matt longenecker, enterprise project engineer

 

When owning a business, there are many things to manage in a small window of time. From figuring out your finances to managing your employees, juggling everything can be a difficult task to accomplish. Especially if you’re new to owning a business, dealing with everything can be terrifying. But luckily, we are fortunate enough to live in a time with very useful pieces of technology—in addition to having many resources and tools right at our fingertips. That being said, while it feels daunting trying to handle owning a business, its important to understand that you aren’t alone in the process and there are many avenues in which you can seek help and assistance.

When you come to the conclusion that you need a better way of doing things, you should first consider the applications and programs you’re utilizing. Like we mentioned previously, technology has reached an incredible level nowadays, so there is a multitude of programs that can help you for a wide variety of tasks. However, wouldn’t you want to work with a platform that can handle many different business processes for you?

When searching for these applications, you want something flexible and you want something that’s a good bang for your buck. Let me introduce you to Microsoft Office 365. If you’ve ever used Microsoft Word or Excel, then you’re familiar with some of their products. However, Microsoft has revamped these applications and they have rolled out a few new ones that are helping companies everywhere. In this post, we’ll discuss five reasons how Microsoft Office 365 can optimize business processes.

1. Wide Variety of Applications

When searching for the latest and greatest business applications, you want a one size fits all kind of deal. While there might be other applications more focused on specific tasks or processes, wouldn’t it be amazing to only work with one platform for all of your business needs? With Microsoft Office 365, that dream is now a reality. From collaborating with your staff on Microsoft teams to building sophisticated spreadsheets on Excel, Microsoft Office allows you to do just about anything. In addition, a lot of these applications are available online so you don’t even have to have these programs downloaded on your computer in order to use them. One awesome app, called Microsoft PowerApps, even allows users to build mobile applications using templates, so you don’t even need coding experience to create beautiful mobile applications. The wide variety of Microsoft Office applications are also very user-friendly, making completing business tasks easier than ever.

2. User-Friendly Products

Another key reminder that we have to take into account when looking for the most productive apps is the fact that Microsoft Office has programs that you’re already comfortable with. We all understand that new applications take some time to get used to—especially if the app has tools and features that are foreign language to us. Whether you used Microsoft Word five years ago or last month, aside from some upgrades, the application is still very easy to maneuver around. Aside from Microsoft Word, all of the other applications are extremely user-friendly. Whether you’re a tech-savvy business owner or if technology is a little hard for you to grasp, Microsoft Office will work for you. Every program has a relatable interface, so you never have to become familiar with a totally new look or design with many different features than the other programs. And since most of us are familiar with these products already, you can simply open these applications and get to work!

3. Users Can Work From Anywhere

One new feature that was rolled out only a few years ago is the cloud-based platform on Microsoft Office 365. Now that many programs have transitioned to the Cloud, Microsoft is along for the ride. That’s right, as long as you have an internet connection, all of these amazing applications and your important documents are available from anywhere at anytime. In addition, your programs, files, and emails can be accessed through any device. And if you have a desktop version of Office, these programs can be installed on up to five different devices per user. This cloud feature is especially useful for companies with remote employees, those who travel often, or companies with multiple locations. But even with companies that don’t usually work remotely or travel frequently, using the Cloud means that employees can always access these files no matter where they are. If a client needs something to get taken care of right away and you’re not in the office, you can now handle these requests quickly from anywhere at anytime. This adds flexibility to the workplace and makes your employees more productive than ever.

4. Top-Notch Security Features

While it’s amazing that Microsoft Office provides access to a wide variety of useful apps, even on a cloud-based platform, you may be wondering if all of that confidential information stays safe. While many people have the belief that using the Cloud means your files are unsafe, that is not the case. Microsoft Office 365 is an extremely safe platform that takes security very seriously. Not only does this cloud platform save you money by eliminating the need for server rooms to store files, Microsoft has also put in tons of effort to put sophisticated security measures into place. They’ve added many built-in features that are focused on preventing the loss of your valuable data. Some of these features include:

Data Loss Prevention

This includes a set of policies used to protect your important information from leaving your company through the Microsoft Office 365 platform.

Encrypted Email

This email protection feature keeps your emails safe by only allowing the recipient to read them. 

Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA)

This feature uses analytics and machine learning to monitor what happens on your network and alerts you if they find anything suspicious. In addition, ATA will also scan your emails to detect malicious links or something unusual. The email recipient will still receive the email, but they’ll also get a notification of why a link or attachment was not included.

5. Flexible Plans

Another reason why Microsoft Office 365 is a leader for all of your business processes is that they have many different plans that are focused on your needs. While there are similar programs out there that help you with a wide variety of business functions, chances are that they don’t have very flexible plans. Microsoft Office 365 allows users to mix and match their plans to find exactly what they need. No one wants to pay for something they don’t use, so feel free to choose exactly what you need from the many programs of Office and only pay for the programs and features you care about.

Start Focusing on What Matters!

While many business owners spend valuable time and valuable resources finding what products work and what products don’t work, Microsoft Office 365 gives you user-friendly, highly efficient programs right at your fingertips. Instead of spending countless hours wasting time looking for the right applications, simply choose your personalized plan from Microsoft and start working on what actually matters—like running your business! If you have questions about any Microsoft programs or you want to get started on a new plan that’s focused on your needs, then feel free to contact Microsoft today for more information.

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MATT LONGENECKER + ENTERPRISE PROJECT ENGINEER

Matt Longenecker is an Enterprise Project Engineer at Lutz Tech with over 20 years of experience in technology. He is responsible for meeting with outsourced IT clients to develop a plan to resolve their technical issues. This includes designing a solution plan, presenting a proposal, and then managing the technical support staff in implementing the project.

AREAS OF FOCUS
  • Project Planning & Implementation
  • Outsourced IT
  • Technology
  • Microsoft
  • VMware
  • Citrix
AFFILIATIONS AND CREDENTIALS
  • Microsoft: MCSE - 2012, MCSA - 2012, MCITP: Enterprise Administrator - 2008, MCITP: Server Administrator - 2008, MCSE - 2003, MCSA - 2003
  • MCSE - 2000, MCSA - 2000, MCSE - NT 4.0
  • Citrix: CCP-V, CCA-V, CCEE, CCEA-XP, CCA-PS 4.0
  • VMware: VCP-DCV 6.5, VCP-DCV 6, VCP-DCV 5, VCP-DT 5
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
  • BS in Management Information Systems, Bellevue University, Omaha, NE
  • AAS in Computer Programming Technology, Lincoln School of Commerce, Lincoln, NE
  • AAS in Information Technology, Lincoln School of Commerce, Lincoln, NE

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Should Your Company be Using a VPN?

Should Your Company be Using a VPN?

 

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should your company be using a vpn?

jim deboer, ESCALATION ENGINEER

 

When businesses want to keep their data safe and secure no matter where it’s located, they often use a virtual private network or VPN. Because of the rise in cyber attacks, Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programs and the necessity for enhanced data security, VPN demand is growing, with a projected industry growth rate of nearly eight percent in the U.S. market alone between 2019 and 2026. However, if you’re trying to decide if your company should be using a VPN, it’s important to understand the pros and cons of using one. Here are some important factors to consider:

 

What is a VPN?

A VPN is advanced technology that creates a secure internet connection for your devices via data encryption. It creates a safe way to access corporate data online over networks that are not encrypted or secure, such as free public Wi-Fi networks. VPNs work by creating a “secure tunnel” that can only be traversed by encrypted data. This tunnel “bores” its way to the receiving end by using tunneling protocols that encrypt the data you send and decrypts this information for the receiver. You can use several types of VPNs to enhance your data security, including traditional site-to-site VPNs using a WAN network, clientless SSL VPNs and other cloud-based VPNs.

 

How a VPN Helps Your Company

If you want to keep your information safe and secure from hackers and unauthorized users, then it’s worth considering using a VPN. Businesses use VPNs to enhance the security of their networks and maintain privacy when employees, contractors, vendors and other important stakeholders who have access to their data and networks are traveling, working from home, or otherwise accessing their information remotely.

 

Benefits of Using a VPN

VPNs offer several benefits for businesses, including:

  • Safe remote access. With employees traveling and working remotely, you can have workers or contractors accessing your proprietary information or your customers’ private information from any Wi-Fi connection.
  • Secure data sharing that’s safe to use. You can enhance data sharing by opting for a VPN that encrypts the entire internet connection. This makes a secure connection so that your employees can share data safely, whether uploading or downloading files. You can also use a VPN to avoid censorship when traveling abroad and conducting business in other countries.
  • Enhanced security. Relying on antivirus software programs and firewalls isn’t enough to protect your data. New malware is created as often as every four seconds and research shows that antivirus software programs have a 45-percent cyberattack identification rate. VPNs help to provide an extra layer of security from hackers, malware and viruses.
  • Easier management. VPNs make it easier to manage data access securely for Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) programs. You can also easily grant and stop access to contractors who use your network and database from remote locations.

Drawbacks of VPN

While your business can take advantage of the many benefits VPNs bring, there are a few drawbacks to consider. With a traditional VPN, you can expect the setup and costs to be time-consuming and more expensive than cloud-based VPNs. That’s because the more employees in your company that need VPN access, the larger the technology requirements. Also, it may take longer than expected to set up a conventional VPN if the VPN isn’t compatible with your existing network, or you need an IT team to help set up the VPN.

Deciding whether or not getting a VPN makes sense for your business is a personal choice. But it’s often a smart move to get a VPN to take advantage of its benefits, including enhanced security and safe remote access. Just compare the benefits and drawbacks of using a VPN for your business and consider your needs. By taking these measures, you can decide if getting a VPN is the right move for your company.

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JIM DEBOER + ESCALATION ENGINEER

Jim DeBoer is an Escalation Engineer at Lutz Tech with over 14 years of experience in the technology industry. He is responsible for managing escalation issues, as well as providing onsite technical support to outsourced IT clients.

AREAS OF FOCUS
  • Outsourced IT
  • Technical Support
  • Technology
AFFILIATIONS AND CREDENTIALS
  • VMWare VCP
  • Microsoft MCSA
  • Microsoft Certified Professional
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
  • BS in Network Engineering, University of Advancing Technology, Tempe, AZ
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
  • Should Your Company be Using a VPN?

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