Our Services

  • Medical EMR/EHR

    If you a medical professional, EMR are a fact of life! Convergent medical can ease the transition from paper based systems to electronic medical records. We are the one stop source for your medical office.

  • Cloud Computing

    Enjoy access to your business data 24x7x365 from anywhere in the world. Empower your sales reps and field people by giving them instant access to the most pertinent information needed to help your customers.

  • Network Design

    Vanguard Systems specializees in designing, installing and maintaining your network. Our experienced specialists deliver industry-compliant installations and maintenance for voice, data, wireless and security.

  • Web Design & Development

    Vanguard comes alongside you to deliver the most beautiful & effective websites that will help you leave a better first impression. We are skilled in HTML, CSS3, Jquery, PHP and offer you CMS websites powered by Wordpress.

  • Email Hosting & Archiving

    Vanguard Systems offers you the most effective way to do email. Our Microsoft Exchange service will increase productivity at your office & with 24x7x365 support you will never be alone.

  • Remote Backup

    Never lose a file or important document with Vanguard Systems' Remote Backup. With hourly backup your office will be better prepared for technological, natural disasters.

Vanguard made setting my EMR painless…

Vanguard made setting my EMR painless, they worked around our office hours, trained my staff and let me continue to take care of my patients with minimal disruption.

Dr. Lisa Eng

5.0
2015-06-26T10:04:48-04:00

Dr. Lisa Eng

Vanguard made setting my EMR painless, they worked around our office hours, trained my staff and let me continue to take care of my patients with minimal disruption.
5.0
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News & Updates

Support For Windows 2003 Ending Next Month. Time To Upgrade.

June 22nd, 2015

Much like Windows XP reaching end-of-life this past April, the end is nigh for the server counterpart, Windows Server 2003. Server 2003 will conclude extended support on July 14, 2015. Unlike the end of support for Windows XP, the install base of Windows Server 2003 is lower as a total percentage of deployed systems, with…

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Do You Know Where Your Emails Are?

June 22nd, 2015

Most of our customers believe they are properly backing up their computers, however when disaster strikes, all too often we hear that they lost files that were never backed up in the first place. We recently were tasked with restoring a customers outlook from his local tape backup drive. Upon examining the customer’s drive, it…

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Montefiore Data Breach Exposes Over 12K Patient Records

June 22nd, 2015

Crain’s New York Business reports a data breach at Montefiore exposed 12,517 patient records. Montefiore announced Friday that it is notifying those affected patients in order to inform them that their information was stolen by a former employee between January 2013 and June 2013. The hospital states it wasn’t aware of the theft until it…

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Important Alerts

What is the “Get Windows 10″ Tray Item & How Do You Get Rid Of It?

June 8th, 2015

Windows 7 and Windows 8 users may have noticed a new Windows icon in their system trays over the course of the last several days. When clicked, a box opens introducing Windows 10. It states you are eligible for a free upgrade. Due to high customer demand, we are providing a simple walk through for…

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Should I Upgrade To Windows 10?

June 8th, 2015

Within the past week, most users of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 have received Microsoft’s intrusive “Get Windows 10″ advertisement, asking you to reserve your free upgrade to the new operating system so you can install on day one. The question stands; should you? And if so, when? Upgrading a perfectly good Windows PC to…

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Huge List of Dropbox Credentials Were Leaked

October 14th, 2014

It was reported today that Dropbox has been the victim of intrusion. According to this report, many Dropbox usernames and passwords were posted in a list by a user who revealed 420 of them to prove the information is real. The leak is believed to affect approximately 7 million Dropbox users. Dropbox claims through a…

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