About Rick Emlet

For over 30 years Rick has been an innovative leader in the IT systems and infrastructure industry. His business management background and technical insight has resulted in a history of successful ventures, culminating in the founding of Outer Edge Technology, an infrastructure management company specializing in designing, building, managing, and supporting custom hosted environments, regardless of infrastructure.

Why Microsoft’s Latest Licensing Cost Increases Matter More Than You Think

Regardless of the type of business you're running or even the industry you're operating in, it's safe to say that technology is an important facilitator of the hard work you're doing on a daily basis. Not only does the right application of technology enable better communication and empower collaboration in a best-case scenario, but it's [...]

By |August 20th, 2019|Managed Services, News|Comments Off on Why Microsoft’s Latest Licensing Cost Increases Matter More Than You Think

The Revolution is Here (Again): What You Need to Know About Virtual Desktop Infrastructures

In the grand scheme of things, virtual desktop infrastructure (otherwise known as a VDI) is actually a relatively "old" IT concept. Indeed, the technology in its current form has been around since at least 2006 - but in reality far longer than that, depending on how strict you are with the definition of “VDI”. However, [...]

By |August 14th, 2019|Managed Services|Comments Off on The Revolution is Here (Again): What You Need to Know About Virtual Desktop Infrastructures

Why Fortune 100 Companies Are Relying on Cloud Computing More Heavily Than Ever

According to one recent study, 83% of ALL enterprise workloads are expected to be in the cloud as soon as 2020. The same source revealed that about half of all IT professionals say that current advancements in both artificial intelligence and machine learning are playing a key role in this adoption, as both are predicted [...]

By |August 6th, 2019|Managed Services|Comments Off on Why Fortune 100 Companies Are Relying on Cloud Computing More Heavily Than Ever

8 Reasons Why Your Business Needs to Be in the Cloud Now

Cloud computing simply means storing and/or accessing data programs from a shared or dedicated pool of resources over a network (internet or dedicated) rather than locally on your computer’s hard drive. The resource pool can be tapped on demand, configured, and scaled up or down as desired. The Evolution of the Cloud It spawned in [...]

By |July 17th, 2019|Managed Services|Comments Off on 8 Reasons Why Your Business Needs to Be in the Cloud Now

IT Environment Vulnerability Health Check

There's an old saying that reminds us that "a chain is only as strong as its weakest link." Whoever first came up with that phrase was talking about your average enterprise IT environment whether they realized it or not. In a relatively short amount of time, the cloud has come along to completely change the [...]

By |July 16th, 2019|Managed Services|Comments Off on IT Environment Vulnerability Health Check

Data Backup Best Practices: Core Questions to Consider for Business Owners

The data that your business is creating on a daily basis is more than just information sitting on a hard drive somewhere. In many ways, it represents everything you've already worked so hard to build. That data is synonymous with the work you're doing for clients on a regular basis. It's what your people need [...]

By |June 24th, 2019|Tech Tips|Comments Off on Data Backup Best Practices: Core Questions to Consider for Business Owners

How to Get the Most out of the Cloud

For businesses in particular, cloud computing is one of the most exciting (and important) technology shifts to come along in a decade or more. With the right cloud-based deployment, your people can be more productive than ever. They can accomplish just as much on their smartphone in an airport lounge halfway around the world on [...]

By |June 21st, 2019|Tech Tips|Comments Off on How to Get the Most out of the Cloud

Common Misconceptions About the Hybrid Cloud: Here’s What You Need to Know  

Over the last few years, in particular, cloud computing has essentially become a ubiquitous part of our lives in many ways. Home computing users can employ the cloud for just about everything - from making sure that their music collection follows them to any device they happen to be using, to making sure that they [...]

By |June 20th, 2019|Tech Tips|Comments Off on Common Misconceptions About the Hybrid Cloud: Here’s What You Need to Know  

Ingredients & Benefits of an Effective Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster can strike at any time. The good news is that being prepared is the first step that you can take to protect your valuable business assets. Fortunately, by implementing the following five controls, IT managers can mitigate these risks and develop plans that will help enterprises reestablish business operations as soon as practicable.

By |June 10th, 2019|Managed Services|Comments Off on Ingredients & Benefits of an Effective Disaster Recovery Plan

Business Owner’s Guide to Outsourcing IT Requirements to the Cloud

If you’re a business owner, you are probably already outsourcing parts of your business. Indeed, the eight most outsourced functions are, customer support, data entry, HR, IT support, payroll and accounting, PR and marketing, transcription and virtual assistant. “Outsourcing” is not a bad word or thing, rather it presents business opportunities and solutions which may [...]

By |June 4th, 2019|Managed Services|Comments Off on Business Owner’s Guide to Outsourcing IT Requirements to the Cloud

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