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We offer one password login with MFA&SSA

You dont need 17 passwords if you use or vendors’ application for virtual desktop.
With one login you access all you apps wherever they reside. Also this is from one of our clients using this as well as pother services.

From an email by an IT director of a 700+ person CPA firm to a client asking for an IT/telecom referral.
My Company, Applied Consulting Group was recommended to this client of this CPA firm.

Hello, James, all good here hope you are well.

Absolutely, listed below is the name of the company including the representatives they would need to contact. They are my main contacts. Best people I have ever worked with and known them for decades. They also provide our telco services, internet services, virtual servers, disaster recovery, backup services, Office 365, Cisco Umbrella, VPN, all of our Firewalls, SDWan, our new Citrix workspace, and of course hosted VoIP for all of our offices. Basically, they are the backbone of our firm. I trust them with my life. If your nonprofit needs some guidance or help I would gladly do so for you.

Contac Paul Steberger to learn more
Applied Consulting group
888.208.0020
prs@auaus.net

Not BDO………but we are pretty good

We offer you five areas of expertise to reduce overhead and improve operations

• IT, Telecom, WI-FI, and networks.
• Utility and Telecom contingency audits
• Internet a carrier bandwidth implementation and managed services
• Insurance risk analysis
• Workers Compensation refunds and savings
Our team has well over 35 years of experience in each area.

1. We just saved NJIT in Newark N.J. over$ 250,000.00 and Kyocera over $500,000.00
2. We provide all the Cloud services for 3 of the top 10 CPA firms in the NY Metro area
3. Our team has installed over 4000 telecom systems, and provided managed services for thousands of companies Nationwide
Our expertise in the 5 areas we work in may help you

These two 90 second videos quickly explain what we do. Lastly some of our teams’ clients include Hilton Realty, Vornado, First Jersey, the Kushner Companies, and many more l

First video on auditing
– https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7S2PmT_Wo7fU3g2b25ybjdTMWc/view?usp=sharing

Second video on cloud services/IT
– https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7S2PmT_Wo7fcTJHeEVHUTBVekk/view?usp=sharing

Here is the link

The above link is to the brief video of the comments of the CIO for a 1200 person CPA firm using our services

CIsco ends support on these but we can extend their life as well as reduce cost

Cisco ends support and will no longer support these phones but we have vendors that will. Acginfo.biz
An inevitable truth about the march of technology is that as it advances, products get left behind. Cisco recently announced a group of very old phones that it will no longer support in the latest version of Unified Communications Manager (Call Manager) 11.5.
Here is a list of the phones:
• Cisco IP Phone 12 S
• Cisco IP Phone 12 SP
• Cisco IP Phone 12 SP+
• Cisco IP Phone 30 SP+
• Cisco IP Phone 30 VIP
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7902G
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7905G
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7910
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7910G
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7910+SW
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7910G+SW
• Cisco Unified IP Phone 7912G
• Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920
• Cisco Unified IP Conference Station 7935

just a good story for 2020

The Garbage Man Became Our Superhero

By Masada Siegel

Scottsdale, Ariz. he screeching of the wheels would kick our feet into high gear. Racing to the front of the
house, we flew out the front door. We never wanted to miss the recycling truck pick up the big pink bucket in front of our home. We would wave and the driver would honk.
The smile on my toddler son’s face would grow as he announced, “He made beep beep for me.”
Once we were late and we missed the truck. My boy was so disap­ pointed that the next week, I flagged the driver down and introduced the two of us.
A cheerful voice from high up in the truck beamed down: “Nice to meet you, I’m Vince. So great to see you guys all the time.”
“Yes, you are the highlight of the

week.” I smiled. “Could you give me your phone number?” He looked at me quizzically. “If you don’t mind texting and letting us know five min­ utes before you come so we don’t miss you-that would be great.”
So began our friendship with
Vince. Recently, I said to him, “It’s the little guy’s birthday next week. Could you do something special for him?” I was thinking perhaps Vince would bring him a gift from the Scottsdale recycling program.
As I sat with my preschooler in our driveway drawing with Crayola chalk, waiting for Vince, who had tex­ ted me the five-minute warning, we saw the truck rumble down the street. Moments later empty boxes, bottles and plastics all flew into the truck, my son watched with delight. Then, like a superhero in a film,Vmce stopped, opened the door, stepped down and walked toward us.

In the years we have known him, we have never seen him out of the truck. He was holding a bag that said “Birthday Boy” on it.
He spoke looking at my little guy:
”I know it is your birthday tomorrow but I will not be here, so my little boy helped me pick out a special gift for you.”
He handed my son the bag. Inside
was a recycling truck, a school bus and a fire truck that all lit up and made sounds. My son, delighted and surprised, looked up shyly and thanked him. It was a moment of per­ fection, when everything was right in the world. When a big town got small, and a thoughtful friendship made a little boy feel extra special. It’s the little actions that matter, be­ cause those are the ones that tum into memories that last a lifetime.

Ms. Siegel is a freelance journalist.
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How Does Workers’ Comp Work, Exactly?

Workman’s compensation, commonly referred to as “workers’ comp,” is a legal program designed to cover the expenses of medical bills or loss of income suffered by an employee due to a work-related accident or illness. Although the eligibility requirements for workers’ compensation programs vary from state to state, they generally provide monetary assistance to those whose job-related activities have resulted in physical injury or illness. Depending on the type of workers’ compensation program, an employee may be eligible to receive monetary compensation from the employer or an insurance company, as well as from their insurance provider.

There are other types of coverage provided through these plans, such as personal injury protection (PIP) and personal liability coverage.

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What is Workers’ Compensation?

How workers’ comp works is that the employer pays most of the total medical costs associated with any worker’s compensation claim. An employee may be eligible to receive benefits from both the employer and the plan provider. There are generally three phases of a worker’s compensation claim. The first phase consists of filing a claim with the worker’s comp department. In most states, if the employee is injured or suffers an accident that requires him or her to miss work for an extended period of time, the worker’s compensation department must issue a notice of claim within 30 days.

The second phase of a workers’ comp claim is the determination of a determination regarding the amount of the claim. This phase begins with an investigation of the worker’s injury and the accident in question, the type of claim involved, the worker’s history of job performance, the nature of his or her work, and any additional information pertinent to the incident. Once this phase is complete, the employee may submit a petition to the administrator of their plan or an insurance company. If the worker is granted approval to proceed with the claim, he or she will begin receiving compensation immediately, as determined by the administrator or company.

Workers’ comp is necessary and critical to any business with employees. Applied Consulting Group will conduct a workers’ comp audit of your policy for overcharges, often going back ten years. Our team of experts will ensure that what you are paid what you should have paid.

Call Applied Consulting today at (888) 208-0020 or contact us here.