Congregation Beth Israel of Houston

For the holidays I thought I might shed some light on a little Texas history close to home that some may not know. The congregation was founded in 1854 as an Orthodox Jewish kehilla and legally chartered in 1859. The Orthodox Beth Israel Congregation in Houston opened in a former house that had been converted to a synagogue. In 1874

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Shock Collar

Last week I purchased a “shock collar” on Amazon. The PATPET Dog Training Collar with Remote Rechargeable Waterproof Shock Collar for Dogs w/3 Training Modes, Beep Vibration and Shock, Up to 1000Ft Remote Range. I didn’t support shocking your dog as a training method before & don’t even more so now after purchasing it. My intention

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Measuring Customer Satisfaction

Many companies claim that they have the “Best service in the business” but few even have a way to measure how happy customers are. Here at Office Systems of Texas we have a system that allows us to capture feedback after every service call. We use the Net Promoter Score system www.netpromoter. com The average

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HIPAA & Cybersecurity Updates

HIPAA & Cybersecurity Updates The FBI is reporting that pranksters are hacking into smart devices in the home, accessing the audio and video feeds from the devise (i.e. Alexa, smart TVs, etc.) and then contacting local law enforcement to report a fake crime Hacker than watches the live footage of police response This is called

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Feds say don’t use Chinese hardware

Feds say don’t use Chinese hardware The US Department of Homeland Security published a “business advisory” warning US customers against using hardware created or linked to Chinese companies FBI is investigating more than 1,000 cases of data theft by Chinese government Claims that Chinese designed products could contain backdoors or hidden data collection mechanisms accessible

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