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The Most Secure Endpoint Available on the Market.

Bromium and Microsoft announce Strategic Partnership to ensure Bromium micro-virtualization and Windows 10 work better together to provide the most secure endpoint available on the market.

Digital Connections, Inc. is extremely excited about the Bromium-Microsoft announcement.  This strategic partnership allows DCi to bring the most secure Windows computing environment to our customers and put a stop to data breaches that start at the endpoint all together ---all while providing a fast performing, seamless experience to the end user.

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MAY 11

DCi is Proud to Partner in Supporting Cracker Barrel's 4-Star Salute to Military Families

DCI is proud to partner with Cracker Barrel in support of our military families.

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APR 22

DCi wins The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS) contract.

In response to a nationally competitive RFP, DCi was one of the RFP respondents awarded a competitive contract for Emergency Responder Equipment and Supplies by The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS). DCi will provide specialty emergency response and public communications, including cellular modems and transducers, along with its partners.

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Feb 24

DCi awarded patent on their Infrastructure Management and Operations (IMO) process:

IMO or Infrastructure Management and Operations is an ITIL term used to describe a broader aspect of outsourcing, especially in small to medium size companies. IMOs are based on the simple principle of scale.

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Oct 30

Bromium Selects Digital Connections, Inc. (DCi) to Deliver Next-generation Endpoint Protection

CUPERTINO, Calif. And Hendersonville, Tenn. - October 30, 2014 - Bromium, Inc., the pioneer and leader in transforming endpoint security using micro-virtualization, and Digital Connections, Inc. (DCi), today announced a partnership to deliver Bromium’s vSentry© and LAVA™ enterprise solution through DCi.

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Jan 01

Three Major IT Trends That Impact (Outside of EHR) Physicians' Offices in 2015

Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems and its affiliated databases continued to dominate the technology discussion in 2014 and probably will again in 2015. But there are some major technological advances that will effect physician practices both in 2015 and certainly in future years to come.

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