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From the monthly archives: June, 2014

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'June, 2014'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Is Your Technology On Schedule? A Discussion on Hardware Refresh

Does your firm waste valuable dollars purchasing new work stations and software on a haphazard basis? Are you impeding the productivity of your staff by waiting for outdated equipment to break down before you replace it?

Todd Budde, a VCIO with ThrottleNet, appeared on TNtv to discuss the importance of a technology refresh schedule and how it can help a company save money and even improve staff productivity.

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3 Small Business Technology Trends To Watch

small business technology trends for summer 2014The way small businesses operate in 2014 is very different than they operated in 1954. Part of that is common sense. Times change. Creativity in business is becoming more important, as companies try to position themselves above the competition.

Business technology is ever-evolving. This doesn’t just affect big corporations who can afford a multi-million dollar IT budget. Nine out of every 10 businesses is categorized as a small business. Seven out of every 10 jobs is a small business job. A lot is riding on small business technology in 2014. Creativity in business is the difference between profiting and being left behind.

Consider these three actionable, profit-driving goals for small business technology this summer.

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Has Your Company Been The Victim of Social Engineering?

Has a member of your staff been “socially engineered”? Has an apparent friendly outsider somehow manipulated a staff member to gain access to your data and breach your corporate network?

Todd Budde, a VCIO with ThrottleNet, appeared on TNtv to discuss the dangers of social engineering and how to prevent it from occurring.

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Why Apple's IOS8 Operating System Should Excite Users and Developers

Apple's new iOS8 operating system was recently revealed at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco.

While iOS8 may not be a game changer it certainly offers many new features for business use and should excite developers wishing to share and create applications within the new framework.

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St. Louis Has a Strong Tech Future

The St. Louis area is suddenly becoming known as a hot-bed for technology.

Mike Heil, a Partner with ThrottleNet, appeared on TNtv to analyze the forces behind St. Louis’ rise as a technology hub spot and the future prospects for tech-related growth and employment.

Heil said that St. Louis is future proofing its economy by...

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Is Your Network Overweight?

Does your company utilize its PCs to mainly access corporate programs and information via web browsers?  Could your firm benefit by utilizing a less expensive infrastructure that still produces the same results?

Eric Aguado, a Partner with ThrottleNet, appeared on TNtv to discuss how utilizing a thin client infrastructure could be a real benefit for many types of organizations.

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