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Bill McMillan Vice President & Partner, Qumulis

About Bill McMillan

Bill McMillan, vice president and partner of Qumulis, has been involved in the computer industry for over 30 years. He was instrumental in moving local servers and computing infrastructure from the closet and storing them in data centers. This vision of the future, started 10 years ago, is now known as the “the cloud.”

Bill has owned and operated several computer-related businesses over the years, which evolved and progressed along with the computer industry. His forward-thinking and extensive background in the industry has placed him in the forefront of its trends.

Posts by Bill McMillan

How the cloud keeps your employees safe during snowstorm season

By Bill McMillan

Even if the stress won’t stop piling on as 2016 comes to a close, the holidays are here, and it is time for even business owners to unwind.

Major attacks will keep hitting vulnerable electronic systems: Are you prepared?

By Bill McMillan

On Oct. 21, a major attack on a company providing infrastructure to a number of major websites rendered them inaccessible. The outage was so big it prompted people to search

Cloud-computing for small businesses: It's vital

By Bill McMillan

Computer systems are not about to get less important to businesses.

Your computer is not just at your desk — it's everywhere

By Bill McMillan

You’re probably reading this at your work computer right now. You have to be at work, in front of your monitor, to access the programs and the data you need to do your job — or so you think.

Think computer program upgrades only create headaches?

By Bill McMillan

You run a business, so you want to do things the way you want to do them. In your estimation, that’s the best way to do them, because they serve your ability to run your business as best you can. The technology you use should help...

Security breaches are not the only threat to your computer system

By Bill McMillan

When was the last time you backed up your files on your computer?

Health care providers: Don't let your data get held for ransom

By Bill McMillan

For medical practices and other businesses that utilize medical records, there is no compromising computer security. In such cases,...

5 signs you're ready for cloud computing

By Bill McMillan

Do you think your business is ready for cloud computing? Here are some signs to look for:

Look, up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's — the cloud!

By Bill McMillan

Computers are powerful. The use of computers and the internet has enabled businesses to reduce their consumption of paper, their use of landline phones, the necessity of face-to-face meetings and more by providing connectivity that could...