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ThrottleNet Names Abigail Diers Digital Marketing Manager

ST. LOUIS, MO – March 31, 2017 – ThrottleNet continues to support its rapid growth with the addition of Abigail Diers who will serve as the firm’s new Digital Marketing Manager.

Named the #1 IT Firm in St. Louis by St. Louis Small Business Monthly, ThrottleNet will utilize Diers’ talents to assist with the company’s multimedia marketing platforms. Diers will focus on video production, social media and online branding strategy.

Diers has an extensive background in marketing both in St. Louis and in New York. She served on the Public Relations Task Force with the City of Ferguson and worked in the fashion industry with Henri Bendel. As a volunteer she has served as Vice President of Administration with the American Marketing Association, St. Louis Chapter, and with the St. Louis Fashion Fund as an events coordinator. Diers is a graduate of Lindenwood University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing.

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Apple's New Products - Get Ready for Red

Apple wants you to see "red", and hopefully buy one too.

The tech giant is releasing a new red phone hoping to capitalize on a vibrant color scheme that could appeal to its huge base of consumers.

The red phones are available in both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models. They feature a crimson aluminum finish.

The phones come in 128GB and 256GB storage variations. Pricing is inline or perhaps a little higher than other iPhone versions.

 

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Why Offline Mobile App Development Matters to Your Users

offline-appsOffering apps that Work Offline Provide Users Convenience & Flexibility

Offline support for your mobile app is one of the most valuable features you can employ during the development process especially if your target audience is on-the-go.

In a mobile-first world that is constantly connected, one of the most crucial elements that can be missed during the development process is the understanding that mobile apps need to work offline too to be successful.

Here are 5 reasons why apps that work offline can be more successful than apps that hinge on an internet connection to work.

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The Top IT Complaints Help Desk Professionals Handle Every Day

help-desk-complaintsFour Common Helpdesk Issues IT Guys Pull Their Hair Out Over

In most businesses, the IT guy is a jack of all trades. While this individual is responsible for implementing company policies, discovering new technology and making sure the server doesn’t catch on fire he is constantly getting bombarded with IT help desk questions that drive him crazy.

Common helpdesk issues that occur in a department strained for resources can limit or altogether halt the productivity business owners demand from their IT workforce.

Below are four common IT help desk questions that contribute to declines in productivity:

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ThrottleNet Named Best In Reliability for 2017 by St. Louis Small Business Monthly

ST. LOUIS, MO – March 16, 2017– ThrottleNet has continued its impressive run of awards with recognition as a “Best In Reliability” company for 2017 in a survey of business owners just released by St. Louis Small Business Monthly.

Best In Reliability highlights companies providing the most dependable products and services consistently throughout the year. The winning companies are selected from nominations and comments from clients. The complete listing will be published in the magazine’s April, 2017 edition.

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Moving to the Cloud? How to Make Your Cloud Transition Go Smoothly

migrating-to-the-cloudThe cloud is appealing to small businesses for so many different reasons. Scalability, Security, cost and the freedom to go anywhere are all motivating factors that make moving to the cloud a no-brainer for business.

But change is hard – especially after years of learning and understanding the ins and outs of your legacy system. While some employees may experience headaches after migrating to the cloud there are steps you can take to make migrating to the cloud a hassle-free experience.

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