Michael Drobnis Heads to DC to Advocate for IT Sector Workforce Development, Cybersecurity, Privacy, Tax Reform, Broadband Access, New and Emerging Technologies and Global Trade are central to our industry

February 15, 2017

Springfield, VA February 13, 2017 – This week, Michael Drobnis from OptfinITy, LLC joined the CompTIA DC Fly-In to advocate for IT sector priorities on Capitol Hill during the association’s annual Fly-In to Washington, DC. CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, through its advocacy arm, champions member-driven business and IT priorities that impact all information… Read more »

Michael Drobnis, CEO of OptfinITy Named to Leadership Fairfax Class of 2017

September 28, 2016

Springfield, VA – OptfinITy announced today that CEO Michael Drobnis has been named to Leadership Fairfax’s Class of 2017. Leadership Fairfax is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to finding, training and growing leaders in Northern Virginia. Through the Leadership Fairfax Program, Emerging Leaders Institute and the Lifetime Leaders Program, Leadership Fairfax seeks to build leaders who… Read more »

Celebrate NVQI’s New Website

August 05, 2016

OptfinITy is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new website for Neurovascular Quality Initiative (NVQI)! After months of hard work and dedication, we are delighted to announce the new website, which can be seen at www.nvqi.org. The goal of the NVQI website is to inform Neurosurgeons about a new mechanism to track procedures… Read more »

The Importance of Testing Mobile Apps

April 14, 2016

Do you or your company have mobile apps? When was the last time you tested it for flaws, holes, or other vulnerabilities? If you haven’t, you’re not alone. Even very large companies such as Dominos have failed this test. In this article, a security consultant from the UK stumbled upon a pretty big bug in… Read more »

PC Troubleshooting Tips: Why is My PC Crashing?

April 04, 2016

So you’re working hard throughout the day when all of a sudden your computer screen goes blank, turns blue, or just shuts down altogether. If this problem is becoming more frequent than you’d like, consider these 5 tips from this article before going out and buying a new computer. 1) Corrupted System Registry Files: The… Read more »

The importance of a secure password cannot be emphasized enough.

September 29, 2015

It has been stated that the best passwords are longer with symbols, numbers, upper and lower case letters. While long passwords are considered the strongest, they are difficult to remember and prone to error input. Small Business Computing detailed how Windows 10 now offers several different options for you to log into your PC that… Read more »

Do you hate those banner ads that you see on websites?

September 23, 2015

Press Releases Ad Blockers and the possible threat to websites Do you hate those banner ads that you see on websites? September 23, 2015 03:00 PM EST According to an article on WTOP, Apple is now permitting apps to block them on their iPhone and iPad. The idea is to help users navigate on the… Read more »