Recently, more and more labs have been switching to cloud-based management software. One of the options availble for labs is LabStar. We recently spoke with Jeffrey Noles, CEO of LabStar, about his company's innovations, why labs should turn to the cloud and how lab owners can be assured of online security.
There are so many things to pay attention to in your dental laboratory that it can be easy to overlook something that can have a huge impact: privacy. If you don't keep an eye on some common privacy pitfalls, it can put your whole business in jeopardy.
Core3dcentres has announced the next series of core3daCADemy CE events, including a new implant-based course in mid-September. The courses include both online webinars and in-person events at locations around North America.
As you may have already heard, there’s a new bug called Heartbleed that lets attackers read the memory of a server of client, allowing them to retrieve private keys and other sensitive information. Read on to find out 4 things you need to know about the Heartbleed bug to make sure your dental practice is protected.
As a dental laboratory, you seldom, if ever, are privy to patient telephone numbers, mailing or email addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, medical records or data directly identifying individuals’ relatives, employers or household members as part of your dealings with the dental office.
1. Access from anywhere—even home! Our (Evident) customers rave about the ease of access. A typical response is “you mean I can work from home?” It’s the access from anywhere that grabs the attention of dental lab owners and their administration and sales staff. 2. Instant support