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Digital Dentistry Comes with Risks: How to make sure your practice is securing patient data and eliminating the risk of disaster

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Is your dental practice becoming more digitalized? Have you already become paperless? Digital dentistry brings a host of new risks into your practice that you must be managing on a day-to-day basis. Too many dental practices set up their computer network and then forget about it - not performing regular maintenance, backup checks or critical security updates. This can lead to losing patient data and costly network problems. Find out how you can protect your dental practice from an ever-growing number of threats such as viruses, hackers, spam, spyware, system crashes, hardware failure, data loss, and even employee sabotage. This workshop will give you the critical steps you should be taking to make sure your digital dental practice doesn’t turn into a digital disaster. Whether you’ve made the transition or are making the transition to digital dentistry this seminar will reveal: • The single most expensive mistake most dentists make when it comes to protecting their patient and financial data • The fastest and easiest way to practically eliminate computer crashes, spam, spyware, viruses, data loss, error messages, and a host of other annoying technical problems finally and forever. • Everything you MUST know about backups and data security. • How to keep your employees from stealing data, inviting viruses, and using your company’s resources for personal (or even unethical) activities. • Critical maintenance checks, updates, and processes every business should regularly perform on their network – skip any of these and you are practically inviting trouble. • The secret to making your technology investments last longer and truly pay off. • What every business should demand from their computer consultant. The Prosthodontic Associates computer network is a model for other dental practices. During this workshop we’ll detail how they have setup their IT infrastructure for maximum security, reliability and peace of mind.


Managing Director

Brendan Howe is the Managing Director of TDC Net and one of the two brothers who own the company. In that role he advises more than 100 small business clients on how to effectively use technology to increase their company’s efficiency, profitability and security. Brendan frequently conducts seminars and training sessions for small business owners, many of whom find technology frustrating and don’t have time to keep track of the latest developments. Brendan sees his role as someone who can explain technology solutions in plain English that business owners can easily understand. Brendan is a member of the Advisory Board of the George Brown Institute for Entrepreneurship. He is also active in politics, having previously worked at Queen’s Park for the Leader of the Official Opposition. Brendan’s other private sector experience includes working as a communications consultant at GPC Communications (now part of Fleishman-Hillard) and in Sofia, Bulgaria as the Editor-in-Chief and Operations Manager of The Sofia Echo, that country’s English-language newspaper for the expatriate community


Tuesday June 14th, 2011, 06:00pm - 09:00pm


$65.00 plus taxes


Prosthodontic Associates Centre for Excellence – 2300 Yonge St. #901 Toronto, ON M4P 1E4


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