Dental Office Software Upgrade

Client Name: Dr. R.
Service Details: Business client, on-site consult, on-site/remote project
Problem and Request: A dental practice with 20 workstations and a legacy practice management software application needed some extra help. We met with the doctor to learn more about his IT environment, discover tech pain points, and help determine which technology solutions could contribute to his immediate and long term business goals.

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NAS Shared Storage for Home Office

Client Name: Shelley S.
Service Details: Business client, on-site support
Problem and Request: A home based business with a legacy CAD (computer-aided design) application needed to replace their old computers with new desktop PCs, and was looking for a better shared storage solution and network upgrade.

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Business Network Troubleshoot and Security Audit

Client Name: Frank A.
Service Details: Business client, on-site consult, on-site support
Problem and Request: Client needed help with network connection problems, printing, FileMaker Pro, backups, anti-virus, and access controls for staff members for a local dance studio.

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Google Apps for Executive Assistant and Boss

Client Name: Veronika K.
Service Details: Business client, on-site consult, on-site support, remote support, remote consult
Problem and Request: Client is an executive assistant that needed help with keeping her boss’s personal and business affairs organized, secured, and easy to use. The status quo of using a mix of personal Gmail and iCloud accounts was difficult to work with, fragmented, and insecure.

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They’re Not Searching; They’re Going to Yelp

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“When people want to find a place to go to dinner, they’re not searching; they’re going to Yelp.

– Steve Jobs, Apple Chairman and CEO (April 8, 2010)

I don’t always begin a blog post with an iconic quote from the visionary Steve Jobs, but when I do, it’s because I think that the guy was really on to something. Continue reading “They’re Not Searching; They’re Going to Yelp”

Apple, Google, Microsoft: Follow the Money

What is the difference between Apple, Google, and Microsoft? The “Big Three” tech companies, while in competition with each other in various segments, each have their own distinct financial profile: the best way to understand the differences between these three publicly traded companies is to look at the detailed reports each is required to file every quarter.

Here’s the breakdown, using the segments that each company uses to define how its business is organized:

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