Posts Tagged ‘IT’

10 essential steps to protect your data

Nobody likes feeling panicked about a lost phone, broken computer, or system failure. Unfortunately, these things happen every day, so we need to be prepared. What would you do if your business computers were damaged or destroyed? Do you have a backup plan? There are various ways to calculate the cost of losing work stored […]

How Should You Budget for IT?

Cast your mind forward 5 years. Will we still send so many emails? Will we be satisfied with a keyboard to fill in web forms and use passwords to log on to secure systems? The changes in speed of access and capability will be many. As facial recognition, voice recognition, and biometrics develop, our concept […]

End of the Road for Windows Server 2003

By: Alicia Hernandez, Think Technical Writer Ladies and Gentleman, this is the final curtain call for Windows Server 2003. Microsoft announced a long time ago that July 14, 2015 will be the end of the road for Windows Server 2003. Granted, it isn’t like at 12:00 A.M. on 07/14/2015 your WS2003 box will shut down, […]

The Virtual Desktop – VDI at a Glance

By: Alicia Hernandez, Think Technical Writer The concept of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) has been around for years, yet adoption and deployment rates have missed the predictions-mark year after year. As Tom Rose pointed out in his post The History of VDI “…the running joke is that 20XX will be ‘The Year of VDI’…” But […]

Let’s Talk About Compatibility

square peg round hole by Yoel Ben-Avraham

By: Melissa Glick, CEO Think Network Technologies According to the Chinese Zodiac, I am a Lion and my business partner (and brother) is a Snake. The male snake is intelligent, wise, but his weakness is that he is not good at talk or communication. The female tiger is open-minded, frank, and cares for others but […]