The Star Trek Guide to Saving a Bundle by Buying Refurbished Hardware

Financially, staying up to date with the latest hardware is no easy task for an IT department. After all, technology is constantly evolving and new hardware like servers, storage, and workstations can be a costly investment.

The good news? Buying the hardware you need doesn’t have to wipe out your IT budget. Instead, you can purchase high-quality, refurbished equipment that has been through a rigorous refurbishment process to ensure that it works properly. Continue reading The Star Trek Guide to Saving a Bundle by Buying Refurbished Hardware

HP’s Machine — the future of computing?

May 5, 2015

With diminishing returns on the horizon as current silicon-based, transistor technology reaches physical limitations, HP has set out to develop the next generation of computing technology. They have an ambitious plan with a project called “The Machine” which is the largest Continue reading HP’s Machine — the future of computing?

Still Using That old Thang…

If you are still using Microsoft Server 2003, support is set to end on July 14, 2015!

This is a big deal. If you are running this soon to be unsupported software the chances are your hardware probably needs an update as well. Not to mention, migrating your server environment is a time intensive process and will probably take longer than you think.

Hackers love outdated software and companies still using Microsoft Server 2003 are a tempting target for those less scrupulous individuals—and their numbers are multiplying if the news is any indication. According to the Microsoft website, data migration can take anywhere from

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