Reuben Kamp, Darkhorse Tech
Reuben Kamp is the CEO of Darkhorse Tech, a Dental-Specific Managed Service Provider (IT company). The son of a general dentist in Ithaca, New York, Kamp has been around dental since he was a baby. His company currently supports almost 900 dental practices across all 50 states and provides industry-leading tech support of daily operations, data management, and HIPAA compliance. In addition, Darkhorse Tech is working with over 90 dental startups a year from design, to installation, and support. View all posts by Reuben Kamp, Darkhorse Tech, Inc.
Whether you have an IT partner or in-house IT department, when you are experiencing an issue with your computers or network, it’s never fun. Learn some basic troubleshooting steps, and what to do to prepare for a service call with your IT expert.
Wi-Fi is great, but wireless printing may not be the best idea for your practice. Learn how to reduce points of failure to print without worry.
The server is of the utmost importance to your Dental practice. Get best practices for your server-based network in this post.
Do you need professional IT for your startup practice? Learn how the right choice can protect your practice and set you up for future success.
Intraoral sensors are some of the most widely used and vital pieces of dental technology is your practice. Learn which sensors are recommended (and which to avoid), and some great troubleshooting steps.
As of March 15th, 2022, Dental Practices are subject to The Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act (CIRCIA). Know what you need to have in place to be covered in case of a cyber attack.
Understand the main types of cyberattacks, the ﬁve most common vulnerabilities, and how taking a managed service approach for Dental IT can shore up your security and protect your patients and practice.
The design of your new practice should also consider the patient entertainment experience. This post reviews equipment options that provide modern features and ease of use for office staff.
Learn the critical IT setup components, their timeline, and what to look for in an IT partner for your start-up dental practice.
Microsoft Windows 7 and Server 2008 will reach End of Life on January 14, 2020. Learn what you need to do to minimize disruption and safeguard your data.