Top 5 Email Addresses Every Business needs

The 5 Email Addresses Every Business Needs

September 12, 2017 Chris Bangs 0

When it comes to business email and addresses, I have two fundamental rules.

1. Keep it business.

2. Make it obvious.

Keep it Business

One of the key foundations of success in business is credibility and trust. Though similar, these are two different things and are closely tied together.  You should do all that you can to foster these fundamental pillars of commerce. Exposing yourself to your client base or prospects as is not the way to go.

Make it Obvious

Make your company emails make sense, even to the most challenged of users and employees. In this way you will save time, increase productivity, and stay organized. […]


H-1B crackdown may affect IT industry

August 8, 2017 Chris Bangs 0

Clampdown on the H-1B visa program will make it difficult for the US IT sector to attract talent from other countries, and America might lose its competitive edge, according to a new study from the Center for Global Development. The Washington, DC-based think tank found that from the early 1990s to 2010, the H-1B visa program resulted in net gains for the United States and India. American workers across all sectors were better off by $431 million in 2010 when you consider the increased productivity and innovation within the tech sector, contributed to by foreign workers. […]


Broadband Connecting Rural America to New Opportunities. A Rural Broadband Strategy:

July 14, 2017 obsidian 0

Microsoft President Brad Smith is presenting Microsoft’s thoughts on the rural broadband gap in the United States at a lunch sponsored by the Media Institute in Washington, D.C. As he writes on the Microsoft on the Issues blog, it is an important opportunity to address a problem that is receiving a great deal of attention, but not many solutions.
Microsoft has spent several years working on the issue and published a white paper today with the company’s best ideas for a new national rural broadband strategy. […]


Should You Go All-flash with Your Storage?

July 14, 2017 obsidian 0

Should you use all-flash storage for your system? Ramesh Balan, VP Engineering for StorageCraft, answers in June’s TWiT TV’s show: “This Week in Enterprise Tech – A Storage Drive to Rule Them All”. Ramesh discussed the Exablox OneBlox and its innovative object storage system. He also offered some tips on how to efficiently manage storage with OneBlox tiered data architecture. Watch the recording of the show… […]


Microsoft July Patch Tuesday: Windows NTLM fix

July 14, 2017 obsidian 0

Microsoft’s July 2017 Patch Tuesday addresses more than 50 vulnerabilities in various Microsoft products/services, including 19 critical flaws and a much needed fix for Windows NTLM. Among the systems effected are Windows Server 2016, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008 as well as desktop systems like Windows 10, 7 and 8.1 […]