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The Inside Wire
Why Mobility Matters MoreFebruary 10, 2016 9:13 amBy Travis Salyer Times are changing for mobility. A few years ago the mobile experience was not nearly as active or prevalent as it is today, but with the mainstream adoption of tablets and smartphones, mobile web usage has skyrocketed and finally overtaken the legacy desktop experience. Morgan StRead More
It Works Like ThisJanuary 26, 2016 11:00 amWebsite Functionality – Joe Bryant, Digital Design Solutions @ Tele-Optics Previous articles in our web design series (links at bottom) have covered topics like content, color and general design. This article will focus on functionality, also referred to as usability, which is concerned with hRead More
The Service Desk – Managing Change through Empathy, Expectancy, and EfficiencyJanuary 12, 2016 3:35 pmThe Service Desk – Managing Change through Empathy, Expectancy, and Efficiency Author: Bobby Davidson The only constant in an IT Service Desk environment is the inevitability of change. Clients of IT services are often faced with the option or requirement to adopt the latest IT offerings. ItRead More
Is Wireless Hardware Slowing You Down? – When To Upgrade Your Hardware To Boost Wi-Fi PerformanceDecember 31, 2015 10:43 amBy: Chris Hartley For the majority of SMBs , network hardware is only upgraded when it fails. Servers, switches, and software are often upgraded only when left with no other option, as opposed to being part of a plan or schedule. Is performance hindered by over-extending the use of legacy hardwRead More
Crafting Good ContentDecember 15, 2015 8:00 amCrafting Good Content By: Joe Bryant Don’t be content with content. Is that sentence confusing? Not if you read it like this… “Don’t be content” (emphasis on second syllable) as in comfortable “with content” (emphasis on first syllable) as in subject matter. It’s kind of catchy but nRead More