A Dishwasher that "Technically" Works

April 29th, 2013

Here's another great insight from our friends at Have you ever had an appliance that didn't quite work right? I had an experience once with a dishwasher that just didn't clean very well. It seemed to work. It went through all the cycles.

Exploring Internet Explorer 10

April 19th, 2013

Another round of updates to Internet Explorer has come, and they have brought some interesting new features. Internet Explorer 10 was first introduced as the default internet browser for Windows 8, but has just recently been released for Windows 7 as well.

Do Not Install Every Windows Update

April 15th, 2013

The following article is a great post from our friends at Consultant or Amateur? that speaks to the importance of allowing your IT provider to be the sole runner of updates on your machine.

Do Not Install Every Windows Update 
As a Managed Service Provider (MSP), we manage our client's computers.

Google Glass: Could it be our future?

March 8th, 2013

Have you ever read a science fiction story where people used a heads-up display?  Where within their line of sight is an intelligent video display.  Where they can take pictures and video at a glance, hands free.  Where they could communicate with the office, friends, and family by just talking to them.

Windows 8: An Inside Look

February 28th, 2013

Here at the office, we’ve begun migrating to Windows 8 so we can better support our clients.  I have a bit of a unique experience as I also have a new Microsoft Surface tablet, and I have been enjoying the experience so far.  My first impression is that Microsoft has done a very good job.