Tony Soprano’s dislike of computers is well-known, but in 2007, it’s hard to keep a business running without one. (Another argument for creator David Chase ending the show after five seasons, but too late now.) Tony knows that yesterday’s bookie can’t compete with a txt-ing young punk offloading his risky punts on Betfair, and that though tradition’s important, sometimes old-school thinking just doesn’t cut it. To stay on top, a business has to move with the times. The goal is to provide useful business computer functions – documents, number crunching, and communications – while minimizing exposure to forensics processes…
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