Avoiding the Goldilocks Approach when Choosing SaaS

We all do it. We scroll down the list aimlessly in search of what might fit best for the budget, and find several options that look like a good fit on paper, but in the business world are terrible options. This is what we refer to as the Goldilocks approach to choosing software; the method… Read more »

Strattam Capital to Invest in Contegix

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The following Press Release was issued today announcing that Strattam Capital, a leading private equity firm based in Austin and San Francisco, has acquired a majority share of Contegix, LLC. This is an amazing opportunity for growth and advancement and we are very excited to share the news. Strattam Capital to Invest in Contegix Investment Will Enable… Read more »

Do You Really Have to Update Your Software?

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Your business should never let important software programs get out of date unless you want to drive your customers away and enrich your competitors. Fortunately, you don’t have to waste a lot of time and money on updating software. In this article, we’ll explore five easy-to-implement solutions to keeping your company up to date. 1.… Read more »

SSDs vs. M.2 Drives: What You Need to Know

As SSDs (solid state drives) become more widely available to the public, at even 2TB sizes for laptops, a new trend develops in the world of data storage hardware: the M.2 drive! This has caused quite a bit of upheaval for computer users everywhere. For example, Apple’s latest versions of the Macbook Pro utilize the M.2 drive… Read more »

How Cloud-Based Storage Can Help Small Businesses

Small businesses have to be incredibly responsive. Unlike large companies, they have few employees and complete varied tasks on a small budget. Cloud-based storage allows small businesses to store an unlimited amount of photos, videos, and documents without purchasing and storing expensive equipment. Employees can also connect at any time with almost any mobile device.… Read more »

Understanding A Very Bad Day on The Internet

As Alexander would say, today has been a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day for the Internet. You’ve most likely heard about Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) on the news in relation to a DDoS attack that has taken down a site or service for a period of time.   Fortunately, you’ve probably seldom… Read more »

Hybrid Disk Drives Ease The Transition From HDDs to SSDs

Since its introduction more than a half century ago, the Hard Disk Drive (HDD) has been the king of data storage. For decades this technology provided a combination of high capacity, good performance, and low cost that was unmatched. But now there’s a challenger in the arena, the Solid State Disk (SSD). Why SSD technology is starting… Read more »

5 Tech Tools to Transform Learning

With technology’s constant changes, how can a teacher stay current and keep students interested? Here are five tech tools that can be used to create engaging educational content for the new school year. 1. Virtual Reality (VR) Technology When subjects, such as calculus and chemistry, are difficult to understand, students can become easily distracted or… Read more »

Internet Security Basics for Users

Sometimes, one of the hardest pieces of ensuring internet security for your business is teaching end users how to maintain security on all of their devices.  So many of them have been lulled into a false sense of comfort.  The internet, to them, is an endless source of information and mindless games.  What’s the worst that can… Read more »

All About Linux

Linux is an operating system that runs on UNIX similarly to Windows for Microsoft or OSX for Apple. It runs on many types of hardware platforms, and its source code is widely used by the public. Essentially, Linux is the sort of operating system users go to when they want to build software platforms from scratch,… Read more »