The transcript Jim Heisman (00:00): Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Jim Heisman and I'm the chief operating officer with Outer Edge Technology. And today is the first in a series of “ASK the Experts” experts technology series that we're going to put on to help educate our customers and the public [...]
A lot of businesses don't realize until it's far too late that legacy IT systems, applications and operating systems are more than just a ‘minor inconvenience.’ Everyone knows that older computer systems are naturally slower than newer ones, or that they likely lack advanced capabilities that are quickly becoming impossible to operate without. But what [...]
Can’t find the term that you need to identify a system or process in the field of data security? Look up the definition here in our handy glossary. We will work to add to and update this list of technical terminology as needed over time. Glossary Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) ARP is a communication protocol [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
What Does Microsoft’s End of Support for Windows 7, SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 Mean for Your Business?
After the somewhat rocky and ultimately controversial release of Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system, the technology giant finally released a viable successor - Windows 7 - in October of 2009. Instantly, it was seen as a return to form for the company that once ruled the desktop computing market. In as little as six months, [...]