Monthly Archives: July 2013

Out with the Desktop PC, In with the Thin Client: Let’s Start the Conversation

Back in the early days of computing, desktop PC’s where the only way to go for employees to get work done. With those desktop PC’s came ports, floppy drives, and eventually CD/DVD drives. As USB became the standard and desktop … Continue reading

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The Business Dangers of Instant Messaging

While text has taken over as the main form of communication in the business environment, instant messaging (IM) is still used. The convenience of IM for the midsize market is plain to see: ease of use, fast response, and exchange … Continue reading

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