Catherine Livingstone, co-owner of Bryley Systems, was simply admiring the lovely holiday wreaths being hung by members of the Clinton Fire Dept. Since these fellows were just outside our office, Cathy decided to take a walk outside and comment in person, on how festive the neighborhood was looking. After exchanging holiday greetings, the next thing you know, Cathy had on a firefighters jacket and struck a pose with Dewey, the department mascot!
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Commercial customers can now purchase Microsoft Office 2019 for Windows and Mac. Office 2019 is the next perpetual release of Office. It includes significant improvements over Microsoft Office 2016 and earlier versions of on-premises Office. What’s New with Office 2019? Advanced presentation features. While PowerPoint is still one of the most popular and commonly-used presentation […]
Just one year ago, Bryley Systems relocated to our ultra-modern office space at 200 Union Street in Clinton. Walking or driving by, one might mistake it for a US Post Office, well it was! It was built in 1937 as the Clinton Post Office and was completely remodeled in 2005 when the building was sold and the post office relocated to the other end of town.
Every IT professional would agree that servers are the lifeblood of your organization. No matter what daily task you perform, whether it is responding to email, preparing for a presentation, or completing other workday tasks, it’s important to have a server in your office that runs smoothly. No organization, no matter what the size, wants to face the IT issues associated with a slow or non-responsive server. While there is no way to accurately predict when a server will need to be replaced, there are some general guidelines you should observe to ensure that this critical piece of equipment is running properly.
With black Friday just around the corner, many of us are starting to think about holiday shopping. We all love the convenience of being able to be at home in front of a computer vs the hassle of crowded malls and searching for parking spots. You can click here and there and order whatever product you desire and have it delivered to your front door. You can compare pricing, look for deals, compare products, and it all can be done quickly and in the convenience of your own home, any time, night or day. The downfall? Wherever there is money and users to be found, there are malicious hackers roaming around.
A fierce New England Nor’Easter can create a lot of chaos and the only way to maintain your organization’s productivity levels at its peak is to be prepared — long before the storm hits. Bryley Systems is encouraging our clients to call us now to ensure that Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are set up and […]
Monday, November 12, 2018. On a cool, crisp, Monday morning with clear blue skies , we proudly gathered outdoors by our 35’ flag pole and raised the American flag in a tribute to all veterans. We are very proud to honor our own John DeCola, Engineer and Senior Airman, USAF, and retired employee James Livingstone, […]
What makes Bryley Systems different? Longevity. It’s not just about the significant number of Microsoft, Cisco, and VMware Certified Engineers we employ, or the multiple Product Certifications we hold across company departments. What makes us strong as a Managed IT/Cloud/Security services provider is measured in 5 years, 10 years, even 20 years! Our company’s long-term […]
Worcester Business Journal October 15, 2018 Each year, the Worcester Business Journal (WBJ) compiles and publishes a list of IT Service Providers throughout Central Massachusetts. The list, published on October 15th, ranked Bryley Systems #5 in the organizations surveyed. Bryley has consistently ranked well on the WBJ list for the last 4 years. If you […]
With all the electronic devices that are used in homes and offices in today’s high tech world, oftentimes there just aren’t enough electrical outlets to plug them all into. Power strips offer a solution which enables a single outlet to handle multiple devices. But if you don’t choose one that also offers surge protection, you could be putting your devices at risk.