Top 5 Five Tips for Coronavirus IT

Top 5 Five Tips for Coronavirus IT

As a 100% cloud based company, we have a long history of helping clients transition to remote work. Over the last month, we’ve supported hundreds of users who were suddenly working from home. For many, it was easy. They had the tools with them, on their own...
Dropbox Rebrands. Google Rebuilds.

Dropbox Rebrands. Google Rebuilds.

Good news, business users. Dropbox and Google Drive are finally competing on cloud file sync. Back in April of 2016, Dropbox posted this “A Revolutionary New Way to Access All Your Files.” It was a first look at their “Project Infinite” which touted the ability to...
Tech News. Dec 2015.

Tech News. Dec 2015.

We’ve put together a list of news items that we found curious these last few weeks. Apple TV The new interface is needlessly cumbersome and they are prone to the blinking white light of doom (it doesn’t include the USB Type C cable you need to unbrick it)....
Google Apps for Work. Small Business.

Google Apps for Work. Small Business.

Our business runs on Google Apps for Work. Well. At least our email. We have a soft spot for the stability and simplicity of the platform even though we work with Office 365 almost equally. We don’t spend a lot of time editing and sharing documents in Google...
Should We Be “On The Cloud?”

Should We Be “On The Cloud?”

We create new ways for our clients to access information from offices, airports and homes. We do this by connecting cloud services with more traditional office IT software (yeah, we’re looking at you Quickbooks Enterprise). We can bridge apps that were never...
5 Free Websites You Should Be Using

5 Free Websites You Should Be Using

Some of our favorite web services are utterly free (though you might have to cope with an ad or two). Here are five solutions that we use everyday, from photo editing to PDF creation to text editing. While not as powerful as their pricey counterparts, these freebies...