Category Archives: Blog

Mid-Year Security Update

Mid-Year Security Update: Hackers pivot efforts to most profitable attacks, COVID Exploits on the rise Let’s face it.  2020 isn’t going to be remembered as anyone’s favorite year.  There has been a TON of bad news and it doesn’t stop coming.  Reading the latest security reports gave me a glimmer of hope for a few […]

4 Trends in Technology

4 Trends in Technology

4 Trends in Technology That Every Business Owner Should Know No matter what business you’re in, the implementation of groundbreaking technologies can play a vital role in achieving growth, increasing efficiency, and gaining a foothold over competitors. However, due to an increase in accessibility, it’s important to stay up-to-date on all of the latest trends […]

Google Throws Support Behind Kotlin

Google Throws Support Behind Kotlin Just a few days ago, Google announced that Kotlin will be their preferred programming language for Android app development. In their press release, they say that their next big step is that “Android development will become increasingly Kotlin-first.” They go on to discuss how many of the Android Jetpack APIs […]

SQL Server 2008 R2 End of Life

SQL Server 2008 R2 End of Life One of the major software end of life’s coming down the pike is Microsoft’s SQL Server 2008 R2.  This is essentially database software that the majority of folks use, but don’t really know much about.  This is because you’re familiar with the applications powered by SQL databases, and […]

5 Ways BYOD Will Evolve in 2016


In the technology realm, nothing stays at a standstill. Bring your own device (BYOD) was a hot trend for enterprises in 2015, and it’s certainly not dying down or going away this year. In fact, a new report shows that it has grown and evolved steadfastly since its inception, and there is a lot more to come. Discover what’s in store for 2016.

Network Cabling 101

IT guy fixing servers in a server room

There is no one-size-fits-all method to networking and infrastructure. Businesses are unique, and a Band-Aid approach never solved networking problems or protected a business. When you consider the responsibilities and goals of your company’s network, you will soon discover why network cabling and strategic mapping is absolutely necessary.   What are Your Goals for Your […]