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  • Computer Problems Common Sense

    I often get asked outside of work to help people I know with computer problems. The requests always manage to start out the same way. “Since you are a tech head…” My desired response is to let them know, unequivocally, that I am not a tech head (or techhie, or anything else), but that I […]

  • Editorial Tuesday | Business Competition Stinks

    I am not a fan of business competition. While I do appreciate the free market and how competition drives innovation and efficiency, the connotation it carries with it is morose. I could get into a bevy of conversations on numerous aspects of business competition, no one would read through it; after all, this is a […]

  • Data Storage and Backup | Some Tasty Thoughts

    McDonald’s flagship burger, the Big Mac, just became a middle child. No longer is it just two all beef patties and the rest. They recently announced the start of the Grand Mac and Mac Jr. (CNN). My dad always bought it because of the special sauce. Interestingly enough, the inventor of the Big Mac died […]

  • Technology Advances in Film and the Office

    Being that we are a technology firm, it is perfectly acceptable to speculate on the nerdiness of our staff. I may or may not have multiple superhero action figures strewn across my office and there might possibly be a giant Boba Fett sticker staring into my office from out in the hallway. One of the […]

  • Looking Ahead with Hindsight: Goals for 2017

    A brief look through your social media stream may convince you that 2016 was a year to be left behind and quickly forgotten, but don’t be hasty in your purposeful forgetfulness. While all of us had ups and downs this past year, there are many things from 2016 that are worth celebrating and remembering as […]

  • Technology Trends for the New Year

    Far superior to its 8-bit predecessor, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System boasted major gains in technology along with the upgrade to 16-bit processing. Aided by experience and competition, the SNES still holds ground as one of the top gaming systems ever, at least according to VentureBeat. While I was immensely excited to get my hands […]

  • Managed Services with a Thankful Heart

    This is a special time of year. Not because of the extra lights, nor the sound of shoppers clanging their carts around late into the night. It is special, because no matter how strong commercialism tries to hide the deeper meaning to the season, we are still captivated by it. Thankfulness. Gratitude. Appreciation. For so […]

  • Technology Protection with Cisco Meraki

    As a parent, there is no better feeling than when your young child comes to you, wrapping their arms around you and relaxing into you with total trust and vulnerability. They receive your warmth and protection and find no better place for their comfort than when in your arms. They sleep wonderfully with that security. […]

  • Preparing for the Hurricane | Today and in the Future

    I am not originally from Florida; I’m from the land of tornadoes and corn stalks. While I have lived in and loved the sunshine state for many years now, I have not yet experienced a hurricane (and hopefully that still holds true through this next week). The storms in the heartland are vast and powerful, though […]

  • How Phone Service Has (And Hasn’t) Changed

    It amazes me how easy it is, as a husband and father in my upper 30s, to close my eyes and be transported to a time when life was so much simpler. Times when the most important part of my day was being home from school in time to watch my favorite cartoons, of which […]

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