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Breaking Through the Haze of Cloud Computing

Breaking Through the Haze of Cloud Computing

Nov 12, 2014
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Every industry has a collection of words that are tossed around so often that it can be easy to wonder about the original meaning of the word. Examples of jargon-filled and buzzword-addled ads reach our eyes and ears every time you turn on the TV or radio, check out a magazine or scan down a social media site. For instance, consider the political ads that contain only slight variances of the same buzzwords that can make you wonder if all of the political candidates hired the same scriptwriter. Ditto for the press release of any “innovative” and “groundbreaking” (insert new product here) and you’ll see exactly what we mean. Read More »
5 Reasons to Ditch the Thumb Drive

5 Reasons to Ditch the Thumb Drive

Oct 23, 2014
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Think your data is safe when you upload it to a thumb drive? Think again—these handy devices aren’t as safe as you think. Before you pass out thumb drives to your employees or use them as backup or storage devices for your company, consider the following 5 reasons to ditch those thumb drives for good: Read More »
Is Pandemic Planning the Flu Shot Your Business Needs?

Is Pandemic Planning the Flu Shot Your Business Needs?

Oct 22, 2014
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Pumpkins, scarecrows, apple cider, and…flu shots? October is upon the metro and fall is in full swing. Enjoy it while it lasts, Kansas City, because flu season is just around the corner. Read More »
Expand Your Network Footprint through Virtualization

Expand Your Network Footprint through Virtualization

Oct 16, 2014
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As the old saying goes, time flies and somehow it’s already October again, a time when businesses are entering into the fourth quarter and are busy wrapping up end-of-year assessments and starting the process to solidify the company’s budgetary considerations for the upcoming year. If you’re like many businesses, you may be grappling with an important decision regarding if or when you will need to make adjustments in your current network footprint. This could be for a number of reasons including continuing expansion of in-house data needs created through the addition of new staff resources or additional vendor projects that are taxing the existing server network. Read More »